Report Summary: "Unlocking Accessory Dwelling Unit in Chicago" presents recommendations to encourage the creation of accessory dwelling units in single-family homes and 2-4 flats as well as larger multi-family residential buildings to increase the supply of housing units in Chicago. Because of their smaller sizes and utilization of non-primary spaces such as basements and backyards, ADUs are likely be more affordable than regular units in their neighborhoods, thereby improving housing affordability. A key deliverable of ULI Chicago's ADU Initiative, this report was developed over the course of a year by engaging nearly 100 stakeholders including industry and community experts and City of Chicago staff and officials.
In order to tackle the issue of underused and decaying urban areas, cities around the world are designing and implementing innovative and sustainable regeneration projects. This timely webinar discusses four cutting edge global case studies, which ar...
This panel will discuss adaptive reuse projects that have converted former industrial or commercial buildings into mixed-income housing often battling challenges such as rehabilitation, environmental remediation and historic preservation.
ULI Michigan's Larson Center for Leadership presents their Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) on "The Future of Work." The 8th cohort showcased their creative findings in: Adapting and Repurposing Obsolete Office Spaces, The Health and Well-being of Bu...
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