The Pullman Historic District, the destination of a 2013 ULI Fall Meeting mobile workshop, is qualified to become a national park candidate, the National Park Service ruled in September, citing the area’s unique historical significance. George Pullman, who designed the Pullman Sleeping Car for trains, built Pullman as the first company town in the nation, and the district has been a national landmark since 1970. Read more about the NPS report at ULI Chicago.
Don’t miss the opportunity to visit this Chicago treasure or other destinations as part of a Fall Meeting Mobile Workshop or Special Interest Tour. These small-group tours give you behind-the-scenes access to sites and projects that you won’t get anywhere else. Sign up for a tour when you register for the Fall Meeting – and enjoy a meeting registration discount if you sign up by Oct. 11.