• 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

  • 2017 ULI Spring Meeting

    Join senior leaders at the ULI Spring Meeting, exclusively for Full Members. Read More

  • Vision Awards

    Honoring the visionaries in our industry who abound with creativity and passion making a difference in the places where we live, work and play. Nominations for the 2017 Vision Awards are now being accepted. Read More

ULI Chicago News

Chicago’s Troubled Buildings Initiative:…

This post, in our series featuring Chicago’s Troubled Buildings Initiative (TBI), winner of the 2016 ULI Larson Housing Award, focuses on a typical multi-family residential building that was successfully rehabilitated via TBI. Community Investment Corporation (CIC), one of the City’s implementation partners for TBI, played … Read More

Discussing Housing Sub-markets in the Chicago…

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Housing markets are defined by a combination of many different socio-economic and physical factors that often transcend jurisdictional boundaries. To identify areas with similar housing characteristics across the seven-county region, the Metropolitan Mayors Caucus, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) and Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC) … Read More

(Re)discover: Naperville Riverwalk

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ULI Chicago headed west to experience the final bits of fall in Naperville in this installment of the (Re)discovering Chicagoland Neighborhoods Series, our continuing focus on what makes this region unique.  Winter has officially arrived, bringing new places to explore indoors and out. Share your findings with #rediscoverchicagoland. Downtown … Read More

2016 Larson Housing Award Winner: City of…

Winner of the 2016 ULI Larson Award for Leadership in Housing Policy, Chicago’s Troubled Buildings Initiative (TBI) is an innovative, inter-departmental program that is leveraging community partnerships to prevent neighborhood blight while improving housing options in low and moderate income neighborhoods across the City. Through … Read More