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Urban Land Institute names 2016 ULI Chicago Vision Awards finalists

The Urban Land Institute of Chicago has named the following finalists for the 2016 Vision Awards. Winners will be announced June 1 at the 5th annual Vision Awards event, in the areas of Program, Project, and Young Visionary.

The Urban Land Institute of Chicago has named the following as finalists for the 2016 Vision Awards. Winners will be announced June 1 at the 5th annual Vision Awards event, in the areas of Program, Project, and Young Visionary.

This year, ULI is changing the venue and format of the annual ceremony. The event will be held at Morgan Mfg, 401 N. Morgan St., from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Program Finalists:

Cal-Sag Bicycle Trail Masterplan

Near North Quality-of-Life Plan & Design Guidelines

Oakley Square Redevelopment

Pullman Park Masterplan

UI LABS/Digital Manufacturing & Design Innovation Institute

Project Finalists:Arc at Old Colony, 37 W. Van Buren

CTA Cermak-McCormick Place Station, 12 E. Cermak

Chicago Athletic Association, 12 S. Michigan Avenue

Chicago Public Library, Chinatown Branch, 2100 S. Wentworth Avenue

City Hyde Park, 5105 S. Harper

Hampton Inn (Chicago Motor Club), 68 E. Wacker Place

Intrinsic School, 4540 W. Belmont

Lake Street Studios, 727 W. Lake Street

The Lycée Français de Chicago, 1929 W. Wilson

Maggie Daley Park, 337 E. Randolph Street

NEIU El Centro, 3390 N. Avondale

New City, 1457 N. Halsted

Roosevelt Collection, 150 W. Roosevelt Road

Soho House Chicago, 113-125 N. Green Street

Southwick Place, 5150 Southwick Drive, Matteson, IL

Stony Island Arts Bank, 6760 S. Stony Island Avenue

Young Visionary Finalists:

The late Jay Michael, founding partner & CEO, CEDARSt Companies

Jason Nuttelman, vice president, JGMA

Jason Olt, president, Bucksbaum Retail Properties

Viktor Schrader, economic development manager, Oak Park Economic Development Corporation

Carolina Tencer, graduate student, University of Chicago Booth School of Business