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ULI Chicago News

ULI Announces 2014-15 Jeffrey Kahan Fellows…

The ULI Foundation and ULI Chicago are pleased to announce the 2014-15 ULI Jeffrey Kahan Fellows, Molly Ekerdt, Project Manager, Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc. and Collin McKenna, Director of Acquisitions, Golub & Company LLC. Molly, a product of a J.C. Nichols-planned and developed neighborhood in Kansas City, … Read More

Interest High in Urban Data and its Implications…

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ULI Chicago had an incredible turnout for its monthly breakfast meeting, September 18, at the Union League Club of Chicago with over 300 participants.  “Chicago’s Emerging Neighborhoods: How to find them, How to track them, How to develop in them” focused on the City of Chicago’s Data Portal, … Read More

Young Leaders Get Insider View of New City…

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On Tuesday, September 9th, over 100 Young Leaders gathered for an overview of one of Chicago’s largest urban developments, New City. The ULI Foundation hosted the presentation which highlighted the history of the project, as well as details regarding several obstacles the development team overcame to … Read More

Argyle Neighborhood Expected to Get Shared…

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September 5, 2014 – DNAinfo Chicago – Are You Ready to Share Argyle Street with Bikes, Pedestrians, Cars, Trees? UPTOWN — After more than a year of planning and community meetings, officials said they’ve finalized the design of the upcoming Argyle Streetscape.  The office of … Read More