Tue, Dec 08 | Webinar

Central City - Economy

The future of key sectors, small and neighborhood business development, employment, training and hiring.
Registration is Closed
Central City - Economy

Time & Location

Dec 08, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Webinar

About the Event

Join CCAC and the CCAC Burnham Council for a series of inclusive leadership panels to strategize the way forward for the Central City. We believe the Central City belongs to all Chicagoans, and defining its future should include a range of diverse voices. This is an opportunity to build on CCAC’s 2019 A Central City Strategy for All of Chicago policy paper and recent CCAC successes linking Central City resources to initiatives for neighborhood commercial corridors and attracting investment to public sector land.

Panels will focus on how we can reconnect people to the Central City now, ensure a strong and equitable rebound from this recession over the coming years, and secure our long-term competitiveness. Please find more information below including individual registration links for each session.

Central City - Economy

December 8, 12:00-1:00pm CT

The future of key sectors, small and neighborhood business development,  employment, training and hiring.  

Panelists: 

Samir Mayekar, Deputy Mayor, City of Chicago 

Brad Henderson, CEO, P33 

Dawveed Scully, Burnham Council Leader, Associate, SOM

Registration Link

Central City - Destination

December 9, 12:00-1:00pm CT

Retail, entertainment, hospitality, culture and conventions.

Panelists: 

Michael Fassnacht, CMO, City of Chicago 

Lou Raizin, President, Broadway in Chicago 

Andrew Broderick, Burnham Council Leader, Senior Associate, Perkins + Will

Registration Link

Central City - Livability  December 10, 12:00-1:00pm CT  

Housing mix, pubic spaces (parks, waterfronts, streets), resident amenities,  pandemic resilience and public safety. 

Panelists: 

Alby Gallun, Senior Reporter, Commercial Real Estate, Crain's Chicago 

Bonnie Sanchez-Carlson, President, Near South Planning Board  

Daniel F. O'Shea, Deputy, Chief Area 3, Office of Operations, Chicago Police Department              

Malek AbdulsamadBurnham Council Leader, Real Estate Consultant, Compass

Registration Link