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.
Housing is a key to creating and sustaining thriving communities, and ULI has been a leading provider of research and analysis on issues that affect housing since the Institute’s origins in the 1930s during the Great Depression. Affordable and workfo...
The panelists share with us about the currently trending topic 'ESG', and how it relates to the real estate industry.
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