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Panels

The ULI Chicago Technical Assistance Panel provides a multi-disciplinary team approach to address a specific land-use or development challenge.

Panels

Moving your Project Forward

ULI Chicago’s signature Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) provides comprehensive and strategic advice in response to a specific land use or development assignment.

  • Two-day commitment with extensive research and in-depth analysis
  • 10-12 member expert panel
  • Confidential stakeholder interviews
  • Public Presentation

Deliverable: Full-color, printed report that assembles practical, implementable recommendations to the sponsor and the local community.

Browse sample reports in the ULI Chicago TAP Report Library

Benchmarking Success

The Technical Assistance Panel process includes a 1, 6, and 12 month followup with sponsoring organizations to discuss progress, challenges or changes that have occurred in the original scope of work for each panel assignment. This is an important component of the process that allows for further assistance and guidance as communities work towards implementing recommendations from the ULI Chicago panel report.

Need More Information?
Contact ULI Chicago at 773-549-4972.

Latest Panel Updates

ULI Chicago participates in the American Planning Association’s State Conference in Evanston, IL

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ULI Chicago was invited to present its findings regarding the redevelopment of the former Joliet prison at the Illinois State Conference of the American Planning Association held October 1-3, 2014 in Evanston. ULI Chicago Member, David Galowich, Principal, Madison Realty Group, Inc., who had served as the Chair for the ULI Chicago Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) for the Joliet prison redevelopment, participated in a presentation and panel discussion along with representatives from the City of Joliet, Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP), and Openlands. The Joliet prison, closed in 2002, … Read More

Argyle Neighborhood Expected to Get Shared Street

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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 Ald. Harry Osterman (48th) has released a rendering of the streetscape plan, which features Chicago’s first “shared street,” a street design more common in Europe that blurs the line between street and sidewalk by raising the street and cutting curbs while slowing traffic and creating … Read More

Steps Continue to Include Pullman in National Park System

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IHPA to host meeting to discuss possible options for including Pullman neighborhood in National Park System The Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, along with the National Park Service, will host a public meeting on Thursday, August 21, 2014 about the possibility of making the Pullman neighborhood part of the National Park system.  The purpose of the meeting is to give concerned citizens and organizations an opportunity to provide input and learn more about the efforts to make Pullman the next unit of the National Park Service.  Read more Read more about … Read More