• 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

    Registration is now open. Register by June 30 to secure your place at the best rate. 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

  • Vision Awards

    Honoring the visionaries in our industry. Congratulations 2016 Winners! Read More

ULI Chicago News

Chicago Product Council Members & Guests…

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The ULI Chicago Product Council Blue and Green flights hit the water on Wednesday, June 15th for their annual boat tour, this year highlighting new development on Goose Island.  Product Council members and guests had the opportunity to hear from R2 and CBRE about the development and leasing … Read More

NEW (Re)discovering Chicagoland Neighborhoods…

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ULI Chicago staff is getting around this Summer … and we’ll be posting our experiences as we visit fun, interesting, maybe breathtaking, and possibly goofy places, in the City and suburbs as we (Re)discover what makes this region so unique.  Come join us on this adventure and post … Read More

Meeting Summary: Leadership in the Changing…

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This is a summary of the May 17, 2016 meeting of the ULI Chicago Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) and the Goldie B. Wolfe Miller Women Leaders in Real Estate Initiative. Those who gathered at The Langham Chicago heard a panel of leading women in the … Read More

Building Reuse = Building Smarter: Why Developers…

Older, smaller buildings in mixed-vintage neighborhoods are outperforming newer, larger buildings in Chicago – they are launching 2X the number of jobs in new businesses, attracting innovative entrepreneurs at higher rates, and are also consuming 12% less energy. The ULI Chicago and National Trust’s recently released summary … Read More