• 2015 ULI Fall Meeting

    Connect with the world of real estate in the tech capital of the world. Plug into the emerging technologies that will shape the industry for decades to come. Network with over 6,000 like-minded professionals, industry leaders and visionaries. Read More

  • About Us

    ULI Chicago, a District Council of the Urban Land Institute, has more than 1,300 members in the Chicago land area. Organized in 1986, ULI Chicago is one of the oldest district councils in the nation. Read More

  • Membership

    ULI brings together people in every profession and sector in real estate development and land use, from all over the world, and in every career stage, from rising star to world-renowned luminary. Read More

ULI Chicago News

New ULI Report Says Density Should be a Priority…


Embracing “good” density should be a priority for cities, according to Density: Drivers, Dividends and Debates, a new report published by ULI. The report makes the case for investing in density and offers an agenda for advocacy, demonstration, and public education on density issues. The publication … Read More

ULI Young Leaders Meet in Denver for 2015…


On June 18th and 19th, ULI Young Leaders from Chicago, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Boston, New York, Austin, New Orleans, Miami, and Denver gathered  to participate in the 10th annual ULI Young Leaders Exchange in Denver. Attendees experienced a day and half tour of projects … Read More

Randall K. Rowe, Green Courte Partners, LLC,…


ULI PRESS RELEASE WASHINGTON (July 1, 2015) – Randall K. Rowe, Chairman of Green Courte Partners, LLC, a private equity real estate investment firm based in Chicago, has been named the new Global Chairman of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a non-profit research and education … Read More

ULI Chicago Launches Building Reuse Partnership…


ULI Chicago and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, as a part of their partnership to promote building reuse in Chicago, organized an initial stakeholder convening in mid-June in Chicago.  Approximately 50 industry experts from a variety of backgrounds including developers, architects, planners, and public sector representatives participated … Read More