• 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

How to Expand Your Membership: Monthly Coffee…


Making a personal connection with someone who is deeply committed and intimately knowledgeable about an industry or organization is one of the most productive relationships you can foster.  On the third Friday of every month, ULI Chicago offers just that to their members – and … Read More

(Re)discover: Chicago’s Buildings


With over 200 sites available to visit through Open House Chicago, where do you begin? We have a few ideas; ULI Chicago provides a list of must-sees in this week’s segment of the (Re)discovering Chicagoland Neighborhoods Series, our continuing focus on what makes this region unique.  Take advantage … Read More

ULI Members Provide Input on Proposed Updates…


ULI Chicago’s Public Policy Committee hosted Michael Berkshire from the City of Chicago, Department of Planning and Development (DPD)  for a presentation on the proposed update to the City’s Sustainable Development Policy. First implemented in 2004, Chicago’s Sustainable Development Policy requires new development projects and … Read More

Redevelopment Exercise Sparks Discussion…


Members of ULI Chicago’s Mentorship Program recently gathered with John Gavin, Principal at Sterling Bay, to brainstorm land-use and redevelopment ideas for the former Coyne College site in Fulton Market. The exercise, modeled after the District Council’s Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) program, provided Proteges and Mentors the … Read More