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ULI Chicago News

Two ULI Chicago TAPs Move Forward with Local…


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…


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

Private Equity focus of YL Small Group Discussion…


ULI Chicago Young Leaders’ three-part discussion series continued with its second session on Wednesday, February 11, 2015. The discussion, led by Jay Weaver and Robert Bloom of Walton Street Capital, focused on the real estate private equity industry. They discussed the history of real estate … Read More

ULI Chicago Kicks Off Women’s Leadership…


The Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI), established by ULI, has officially launched locally within the Chicago District Council.  Its core mission is to raise the visibility and number of women leaders in ULI and the real estate industry.  WLI will achieve this mission by organizing events … Read More