Chicago Energy Efficiency Road Show

Investments in water and energy efficiency can reduce operating costs and boost cash flow across your portfolio of multifamily affordable housing properties. Developers, owners, and others from across the Chicago region gathered on September 29 to find out how. NH&RA’s Preservation Through Energy Efficiency Road Show explored the knowledge, tools, and connections you need to conduct water and energy retrofits on your properties. In addition to the resources provided at the event, PTEE Road Show attendees now have access to a private social networking tool where they can ask questions, share experiences and learn from their fellow attendees and faculty on energy and utility efficiency initiatives.

Registration Fees

Early Registration

Cutoff Date NH&RA Member Non-Member
Early Registration
July 29, 2015
$135.00 $135.00
Regular Rate
September 29, 2015
$150.00 $150.00

Gleacher Center

450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60611

Hotel Info

NH&RA reserved a block of rooms for conference participants at The James Chicago. Room rates start at $269 per night, not including taxes and fees. To make your reservation, please contact the James Hotel directly at (312) 660-7131 or online using group code CNAT28. Please indicate that you are attending a National Housing & Rehabilitation Association event and make your room reservation by September 4 in order to secure the discounted rate.

If you have any difficulty reserving a room please e-mail Irta John at ijohn@housingonline.com.

The James Chicago
55 East Ontario
Chicago, IL 60611

Travel Info

The University of Chicago Gleacher Center, 450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive, is easily accessible by multiple modes of transportation.

From O’Hare Airport

Taxi
The taxi stand can be found just outside the baggage claim area. Cab fare will be approximately $35 and you should allow one to one-and-a-half hours.

CTA Train (the “El”)
The Blue Line of the Chicago Transportation Authority train system, commonly known as the “El” or elevated train, runs from O’Hare to the Loop area downtown. Follow airport signs reading “Trains to City” to the boarding area. Buy a fare card from vending machines at boarding area. Disembark Clark and Lake stop. Exit station at street level and take a taxi to Gleacher Center, or walk east on Lake Street four blocks to Michigan Avenue. Turn left and walk north the two blocks on the east side of Michigan. After crossing the bridge over the river, walk to the right through the plaza with the fountain between the Equitable Building and Tribune Tower. Gleacher Center is on the right at the end of the plaza, facing east toward NBC Tower.

From Midway Airport

Taxi
A taxi stand is located right outside the baggage claim area. Cab fare will be approximately $30 and you should allow 30 to 45 minutes.

CTA Train (the “El”)
The Orange Line of the “El” or elevated train runs from Midway to the Loop area downtown. Follow airport signs reading “Trains to City” to the boarding area. Buy a fare card from vending machines at boarding area. Disembark at the State and Lake stop. Exit at street level and take a taxi, or walk two blocks east on Lake Street to Michigan Avenue. Turn left and walk north the two blocks on the east side of Michigan. After crossing the bridge over the river, walk to the right through the Chicago Tribune / Equitable Fountain Plaza. Gleacher Center is on the right at the end of the plaza, facing east toward NBC Tower. The train ride is about 30 minutes.

Taxis

Taxis are available outside of Gleacher Center

Public Transportation

CTA Buses
Take any of these bus routes running along Michigan Avenue: 33, 125, 145, 146, 147, 151, 157.

Buses running between Union Station or Ogilvie Transportation Center and Michigan Avenue are:
120, 121, 125, 151, 157.
Exit/enter the bus at the 400 block of Michigan Avenue near the Chicago Tribune Tower.

CTA Subway and Elevated Trains
Take Red Line to State/Grand stop; walk east to Michigan Avenue, south to Illinois Street, then east one short block to Cityfront Plaza Drive

Take the Brown Line or Purple Line to State and Lake stop; walk east to Michigan Avenue, north over bridge, and right along river or through plaza to Gleacher Center.

Parking

Click here for parking options around the Gleacher Center.