If you have the time and inclination to make it to the Daley Center Monday morning, the case involving the Mosa Building (1014-1036 West Leland) is on the docket at 9:30am. The presence of the court advocates shows community concern; although they are silent representatives, occasionally housing court judges enter their presence into the court records.
At the court hearing a month ago, the residential units were placed into receivership, which not only resulted in the building being secured, it also prevented unknowing home buyers from being able to purchase the units and continuing the cycle of throwing good money after bad. (Click on the link for a short history of the problems with this building.)
The hearing will be on the 11th floor of the Daley Center, in Courtoom 1109 or 1107 (we're getting conflicting reports). If you attend, just check the docket of cases posted on the bulletin board for the property courtroom.
Update: See the comments for a lengthy account of what happened at housing court today.