Taft Chicago partner Liz Butler will speak on the panel “Equitable Transit-Oriented Development: The Facts, Figures and Opportunities” at the Chicago Central Area Committee Monthly Meeting on July 11. Panelists will discuss the necessary efforts to be successful and the experiences of the first equitable transit-oriented development project to commence in Chicago.
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Butler focuses her practice in the areas of land use, zoning, entitlements, urban planning, public incentives, historic preservation, and economic development, as well as general real estate transactions. She has negotiated and enacted economic development and historic preservation incentives, performed general property evaluations and zoning due diligence, and structured and closed numerous real estate acquisitions and dispositions. Butler is a member of the American Planning Association and a certified member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.