• Building Reuse

    ULI Chicago is partnering with the National Trust for Historic Preservation to encourage market-driven reuse of vacant and under-utilized buildings in Chicago. Read the full report "Building on Chicago's Strengths" available now. Read More

  • 2016 Fall Meeting

    Register now and make new connections that could have a big effect on your business. Read More

  • 2016 Lifetime Honoree

    Congratulations to 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award honoree James A. McShane, CEO, The McShane Companies. Join us on December 1st to celebrate! Read More

ULI Chicago News

FY17 ULI Jeffrey Kahan Fellows Announced

The ULI Foundation and ULI Chicago are pleased to announce the FY17 Jeffrey Kahan Fellows, Anastacia Fratto, ResElevate and Rocky Afo, Leopardo Companies, Inc. The Fellows will participate as Full Members in ULI for the coming year as well as join a national Product Council at the ULI Spring and Fall … Read More

Panel Recommendations Presented at Public…

Gurnee Public Presentation

ULI Chicago panelists presented recommendations for revitalizing East Grand Avenue in Gurnee at a public meeting attended by stakeholders including area residents, businesses, and local elected officials. The panel’s recommendations, crafted after an intense 2-day Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) completed on July 12-13, 2016, focused … Read More

ULI Chicago to Present Revitalization Strategies…

ULI CHICAGO MEDIA ADVISORY Urban Land Institute (ULI) Chicago to Present Revitalization Strategies for East Grand Avenue in Gurnee – Public Presentation: August 23, 2016 WHAT: A panel of real estate experts from ULI Chicago will present strategies for revitalizing East Grand Avenue in Gurnee … Read More

(Re)discover: Alleyways

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For this post in the (Re)discover Chicagoland Neighborhood Series, ULI Chicago went off the beaten path and explored Chicagoland alleyways! Check out our alley-finds below and don’t forget to share your own favorite unusual places with #rediscoverchicagoland. Alleys are an integral part of Chicago’s urban structure – … Read More