• 2015 ULI Fall Meeting

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    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

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ULI Chicago News

FY16 ULI Jeffrey Kahan Fellows Named

The ULI Foundation and ULI Chicago are pleased to announce the FY16 Jeffrey Kahan Fellows, Chad Broderick, Vice President, The John Buck Company and Yonina Gray, Associate, Metropolitan Planning Council. The Fellowship provides opportunities for promising ULI Chicago Under 35 members to participate as a … Read More

ULI Chicago Addressing Retail Challenges…


ULI Chicago is continuing to convene clusters of neighboring suburban communities as a part of its two-year Retail Initiative to share best practices, and to foster a regional, collaborative approach towards retail development. In July, ULI Chicago convened two separate meetings in South Holland, Calumet … Read More

ULI Chicago Releases Report Outlining Redevelopment…


ULI CHICAGO PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, please contact Cynthia McSherry, Executive Director, ULI Chicago, 773-549-4972 ULI Chicago Releases Report Outlining Redevelopment Options for the Old McHenry County Courthouse and Sheriff’s House in Woodstock, IL CHICAGO  (July 30, 2015)  The Urban Land Institute Chicago … Read More

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