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ULI Chicago to Present Redevelopment Recommendations for the Devon Avenue Corridor – 10/28/13

ULI CHICAGO MEDIA ADVISORY

Urban Land Institute Chicago to Present Redevelopment Recommendations for the Devon Avenue Corridor – Public Presentation: October 28, 2013

WHAT:
A panel of real estate experts from ULI Chicago will present redevelopment recommendations from the Devon Avenue Corridor Technical Assistance Panel that took place on September 10-11, 2013.

WHEN:
October 28, 2013
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

WHERE:
Lincolnwood Village Hall
Council Chambers
6900 N. Lincoln Avenue
Lincolnwood, IL

PARTNERS:
Village of Lincolnwood
City of Chicago
Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP)
Urban Land Institute Chicago (ULI Chicago)

The Village of Lincolnwood applied for and was awarded funding from the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning’s (CMAP) Local Technical Assistance (LTA) program to evaluate the redevelopment potential in the Devon Avenue corridor between McCormick Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue.

CMAP and the Village of Lincolnwood selected ULI Chicago as the technical assistance partner to advance the project with a two-day Technical Assistance Panel (TAP). ULI experts in development, market feasibility, finance, land use, and design met on September 10-11, 2013, to tour the study area, interview community and business stakeholders, and explore different strategies for redevelopment along the Devon corridor.

Devon Avenue crosses the boundary between Lincolnwood and the City of Chicago, and, as a result, officials from the City of Chicago were invited to participate in the panel to enhance multi-jurisdictional collaboration.

CONTACTS:
To learn more about the Devon Avenue Corridor TAP, please visit chicago.uli.org or contact Cindy McSherry, Executive Director, ULI Chicago, 773-549-4972.

ABOUT:
ULI Chicago, a District Council of the Urban Land Institute, has more than 1,000 members in the Chicago land area. Organized in 1986, the district council celebrated 25 years in 2012. The ULI Chicago Technical Assistance Panel program draws upon ULI member expertise to provide creative and practical solutions to land use challenges in communities across the Chicago region and beyond. ULI Chicago’s TAP program was started in 2002.

Urban Land Institute is a global nonprofit education and research institute supported by its members. Its mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. Established in 1936, the Institute has nearly 30,000 members representing all aspects of land use and development disciplines.

Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning is the official regional planning organization for the northeastern Illinois counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will. CMAP developed and now leads the implementation of GO TO 2040, metropolitan Chicago’s first comprehensive regional plan in more than 100 years. To address anticipated population growth of more than 2 million new residents, GO TO 2040 establishes coordinated strategies that help the region’s 284 communities address transportation, housing, economic development, open space, the environment, and other quality-of-life issues. CMAP is working with communities throughout the region to implement the plan through its Local Technical Assistance Program.

 

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One Response to ULI Chicago to Present Redevelopment Recommendations for the Devon Avenue Corridor – 10/28/13

  1. Lisa McSherry says:

    Village study points out possibilities for new Lincolnwood TIF, 11/5/13
    Read more at http://lincolnwood.suntimes.com/news/business/devon-LWR-11072013:article

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