• Retail Initiative

    What does retail development need to survive and thrive in the 21st century? A key question being addressed in ULI Chicago's two-year Retail Initiative. Read More

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    The Spring Meeting is held exclusively for Full Members. Register by March 27 at spring.uli.org to save. Read More

  • About Us

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ULI Chicago News

Panel Explores Options for Old McHenry County…

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ULI Chicago is conducting a two-day Technical Assistance Panel (TAP), March 10-11, 2015 to recommend realistic and financially sustainable uses for the Old McHenry County Courthouse in Woodstock, IL. The City of Woodstock is sponsoring the expert panel who will discuss future use, ownership, restoration, … Read More

Building Healthy Places Toolkit Enhances…

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The ULI  Building Healthy Places Initiative is leveraging the power of ULI’s global networks to shape projects and places in ways that improve the health of people and communities.   The Initiative has recently released the highly anticipated  Building Healthy Places Toolkit: Strategies for Enhancing Health in the Built Environment. … Read More

Two ULI Chicago TAPs Move Forward with Local…

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February 18, 2015 – Groundbreaking on the Renovation/Redevelopment of the Historic Rosenwald Apartments The subject of a February 2010 technical assistance panel in cooperation with 3rd Ward Alderman Pat Dowell, the Rosenwald Apartments, originally opened in 1929 as safe and modern housing for a burgeoning African-American … Read More

Related Midwest Concludes Three-Part, YL…

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For the third and final session of the outstanding Young Leaders Small Group Discussion series, Related Midwest gave a presentation on “Executing on a Vision” to a sold-out audience of ULI Young Leaders.  The presentation featured some renowned members of Related Midwest staff, specifically Curt Bailey, … Read More