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PRESIDENTS MESSAGE As this issue goes to print we are signing off on a release of DeKalb County as one of our assigned territories. The HBAGC Board vote was unanimous but there was much discussion that saw a big positive for Illinois and Greater Chicago. We get to market that a state that isn’t doing very well in terms of single family new construction creates a brand new HBA with potentially 55 members. DeKalb Builders Association had no affiliation with NAHB but they saw the light when they had a political issue with nobody to argue their side. And then they saw the other benefits of being a member of a larger trade association with its marketing help, advocacy, relationship building and gaining inside knowledge of what is really going on. Next, Key Award submittals have a deadline of August 1. If you know of anyone that has a project they might want recognized please let the committee know. This includes homes, condos, apartments, interior design, remodeling and community efforts. Remember this is probably one of the least expensive ways to market your properties. And it shows that HBAGC has some great members doing great stuff. Finally we have just finished a very successful golf outing and look forward to summer events with other associations. Pat Coveny - HBAGC 2016 President


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CHICAGO-AREA SUBURBAN TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENTS ARE FULL-STEAM AHEAD IN LATEST BUILDING BOOM By Mike DeRouin, President, FitzGerald Associates Architects If you’ve attended any recent Chicago-area real estate events focused on multifamily

ning groups like the Metropolitan Planning Council, suburban officials and existing

development, no doubt you’ve heard panelists say “follow the train lines.” Virtually

residents have warmed to the benefits that TODs bring to land-locked municipali-

every community in the Chicago area with commuter rail access now has some sort

ties. TODs act as catalysts for additional development in suburban central business

of transit oriented development (TOD), and if our drafting boards are any indication,

districts, bringing greater foot traffic for area merchants, increased ridership on

even more are in the pipeline. Based on the sheer number of projects, the latest round

suburban commuter trains and tax dollars to village coffers.

of TODs in Chicago’s suburbs appears to have surpassed levels seen prior to the 2008

Building form is also evolving – upward. Rather than three- and four-story buildings,

economic meltdown.

several municipalities, such as Villa Park, will allow for new structures five and seven

Mimicking how development spread along the railroads when the suburbs were first

stories tall. Meanwhile, suburbs like Evanston and Oak Park that are as much urban as

colonized and developed, today’s TODs are sprouting in undeveloped and underde-

suburban in character are seeing multifamily buildings in the 20-story range. Many

veloped sites in proximity to nearby rail stations. However, rather than transporting

of these municipalities adopt new “form-based” zoning codes in place of traditional

goods and materials, the rails now primarily carry suburban residents to workplaces

Euclidian zoning laws, allowing builders to forgo strict floor area ratios or minimum

downtown.

lot size requirements in favor of attractive, compliant designs at an economically-

New suburban TODs have much in common with developments of the last few

viable density.

decades, but they also reflect an evolution in the suburban way of life and a change in

Suburban TODs differ from their urban counterparts in other ways, too. Perhaps the

market demand. The current suburban building boom is driven in part by a growing

most pronounced difference is the larger commercial component of a suburban TOD,

share of millennials seeking a convenient live, work, play lifestyle and the same high-

largely attributable to the fact that suburban TODs are much more likely to occur in

quality housing and resort-style amenities they enjoyed as urban residents.

primarily commercial or mixed-use zones, rather than residential areas in the city.

Thanks, in large part, to the educational efforts of non-profit and governmental plan-

And while we see urban TODs reducing and even eliminating on-site parking, the

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typical suburban lifestyle doesn’t yet support an auto-less existence, even for TODs located in the center of town. Residential demand for parking is compounded by the suburban TOD’s commercial components that also bring greater parking needs. The additional off-street parking TODs provide also serves to free up the curbside parking favored by small merchants and service providers. By our count, Oak Park’s downtown district stands to gain an additional 1,400 parking spaces through the developments currently underway there, including Oak Park Station, a FitzGerald-designed TOD that will include 428 parking spaces for public, residential and retail uses. With their built-in residential foot traffic, suburban TODs are also prime venues for restaurant tenants – even more so than urban TODS where there are usually numerous dining options within walking distance of a development. For bigger-box retail spaces in suburban TODs, local and specialized grocers garner the most attention, which can be highly attractive to not only the building’s residents, but also a village’s downtown work force. In working with developers to determine what other major shifts lie ahead for suburban TOD, we certainly can’t ignore the trend of corporations like McDonald’s and Kraft-Heinz choosing to move their headquarters to the city. Far-sighted developers may find the next hot spot for suburban TODs to be those challenged corporate parks with Metra access. Where walkable transit doesn’t exist, savvy builders and owners, both commercial and residential, would be wise to consider offering rush hour shuttles to train stations to help solve users’ “last mile” woes. Developers, investors and residents new and old stand to benefit much in the near future as suburban TODs continue to grow in popularity. With the support of local officials and neighbors, suburban TODs can be a muchneeded economic boost and a positive game-changer for many downtowns. FitzGerald Associates Architects is an award-winning architecture and design firm specializing in new and rehabilitated residential, commercial and office space. One of the most active architecture firms in transit-oriented development, FitzGerald has designed many TODs in Chicago and the surrounding surburbs over the firm’s nearly 100 year history.

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Trendy, modern, efficient, smart — words not normally associated with heating systems… until today. Warmup’s new technologically innovative heating system combines all these qualities into one thermostat. No two household thermostats are the same as they become completely personal to you through your preferences and routines of everyday life. With the self-learning SmartGeo software and unique The Product design features, the new 4iE® Smart WiFi Thermostat is a perfect fit The concept behind the 4iE® Smart WiFi Thermostat is a no-touch for any home. required heating system. The thermostat system will create a heating schedule based on your inputs. Adjustments and scheduling to The Company the heating system are also made through a new system known as The new 4iE® Smart WiFi Thermostat is a new innovative heating SmartGeo™ or an alternative system known as Natural Language 16 SUMMER 2016


Programming™. The thermostat also has unique design features Where to Purchase that can be personalized to fit a wide range of spaces and customer The 4iE® heating system is available from all Warmup resellers. To preferences. find the closest store near you, visit the Warmup website’s store locator (www.warmup.com/store-locator). The MyHeating smartphone What is SmartGeo? app is available for download for both iOS and Android, free of purSmartGeo uses the routines of your everyday life, through a self- chase. learning feature, to automatically adjust the heating of your space as necessary. This new technology is connected to a smartphone app, MyHeating, that uses your location to determine the room’s temperature based on your distance from your home. In other words, the closer you are to home, the warmer your home will become. Better still, this new heating system is efficient and reduces your heating by up to 25%! The 4iE® Smart WiFi Thermostat saves you money and effortlessly provides you with a warm welcome to any space installed with this technology. What is the Natural Language Programming? If the SmartGeo feature is not appealing, the 4iE® Smart WiFi Thermostat provides an alternate technology known as Natural Language Programming™. This system is simple to use and incorporates terms and phrases to set up a heating program. For instance, your answer to the question What time do you wake up? could be recorded to make the needed adjustments to your heating in the morning. Your inputs will then be recorded for programming and voila, another simple heating feature of the 4iE® Smart WiFi Thermostat! Unique Design Features The 4iE® Smart WiFi Thermostat is designed to fit a range of styles from modern to traditional. The thermostat has “high-gloss effect front faces and bevelled chrome edges to reflect wall colors.” The thermostat is available in Onyx Black and Bright Porcelain finishes. There are also various vinyl overlays that can be applied to the thermostat to add an extra personal touch to any room. The overlays are available in a series of bold colors, textured metal and wood, as well as customized photo options. In addition to functional, the thermostat is personal! Even the display of the thermostat can be individualized with a variety of themes and backgrounds to choose from. A local weather forecast feature is also built in!

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As the Housing Recovery Strengthens, Affordability and Other Challenges Remain The national housing market has now regained enough momentum to provide an engine of growth for the US economy, according to the latest The State of the Nation’s Housing report released today by the Joint Center for Housing Studies. Robust rental demand continues to drive the housing expansion, and sales, prices, and new construction of single-family homes are on the rise. Even more important, income growth has picked up, particularly among the huge millennial population that is poised to form millions of new households over the coming decade. At the same time, however, several obstacles continue to hamper the housing recovery—in particular, the lingering pressures on homeownership, the eroding affordability of rental housing, and the growing concentration of poverty. The national homeownership rate has been on an unprecedented 10-year downtrend, sliding to just 63.7 percent in 2015. As Chris Herbert, managing director of Harvard’s Joint Center for Housing Studies, notes, “Tight mortgage credit, the decade-long falloff in incomes that is only now ending, and a limited supply of homes for sale are all keeping households—especially first-time buyers—on the sidelines. And even though a rebound in home prices has helped to reduce the number of underwater owners, the large backlog of foreclosures is still a serious drag on homeownership.” As these lingering effects of the housing crash fade,

homeownership may regain some lost ground, but how soon and how much are open to question. Moreover, the report finds that income inequality increased over the past decade, with households earning under $25,000 accounting for nearly 45 percent of the net growth in US households in 2005–2015. As Herbert sums it up, “The question is not so much whether families will want to buy homes in the future, but whether they will be able to do so.” Mirroring the persistent weakness on the owner-occupied side is the equally long surge in rental housing demand, with increases across all age groups, income levels, and household types. With vacancy rates down sharply and rents climbing, multifamily construction is booming across the country. But with strong growth among high-income renters, so far most of this new housing is intended for the upper end of the market, with rents well out of reach of the typical renter making $35,000 a year. Because of the widening gap between market-rate rents and the amounts many households can afford at the 30-percentof-income standard, the number of cost-burdened renters hit 21.3 million in 2014. Even worse, 11.4 million of these households paid more than half their incomes for housing, a record high. The report finds that rent burdens are increasingly common among moderate-income households, especially in the nation’s 10 highest-cost housing markets, where three-quarters of renters earning $30,000–45,000 and half of those earning $45,000–75,000 paid at least 30 percent of their incomes for housing in 2014.

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Cost burdens are nearly universal among the nation’s lowestincome households. Federal assistance reaches only a quarter of those who qualify, leaving nearly 14 million households to find housing in the private market where low-cost units are increasingly scarce. Low-income households with cost burdens face higher rates of housing instability, more often settle for poor-quality housing, and have to sacrifice other needs— including basic nutrition, health, and safety—to pay for their housing. These conditions have serious long-term consequences, particularly for chil-

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Successful Lobby Day Bill Ward, Executive Vice President, HBAI

The 2016 HBAI Lobby Day participants may be best sized up as a group that works hard and plays hard. The preparation and execution of seven of our local associations had our members and local executives meeting with their elected officials right up to the moment we started our evening reception. And our reception was grand, with the Senate Republican Leader, Christine Radogno dropping by, as well as Hugo Chaviano, the Director of the Illinois Department of Labor. In all, 45 Representatives and Senators stopped by the HBAI Lobby Day Reception to meet builders and associates from their region of the state. Thank You East Central, Greater Southwest, Greater Chicago, Springfield Area, Southwest Suburban, Northern, and Peoria HBAs for covering the ground you did on Lobby Day. You made our day in Springfield work for all of our members. Here’s what we have accomplished: Interior Design Practice Act – the sponsor of the bill agreed with our members that the bill does more than the proponents maintain it does, and vowed to hold the bill from consideration, as written. SB463 would move interior design from a Title Act to a Practice Act, meaning there would be a day when our builders and remodelers would be need sign-off by an interior designer prior to a closing on new construction or finishing a remodeling job. Reversal of Authority for Public Construction Bonds – the sponsor of this bill agreed with HBAI that proponents of the bill need to study this matter more before moving it forward. SB3053 would have taken the authority to choose bonding tools away from developers and would have given it to the counties and municipalities. The option has been with the developer for 20 years. Mandatory Paid Sick Leave – two bills that would have required the smallest of employers to provide paid sick leave have been halted in the House & Senate

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(HB3297 & SB2147). Progressive Income Tax – attempts to amend the constitution and create the “millionaires brackets” for the taxation of income stalled in the House. HBAI opposes this tax in its proposed form. Sales Tax on Services – the expansion of state sales tax onto services, not just products, is not moving at this time. HBAI is opposed to its application onto home construction and remodeling. Consolidation of Local Government Functions – legislation to downsize some local government functions is on the move and is supported by HBAI. HB4501 passed out of Senate Local Government Committee and now awaits final passage on the Senate floor. And a big Home Builder Thank You goes to House Rep. David Harris, a Republican from Arlington Heights. The Minority Spokesman on the House Revenue Committee, Rep. Harris gave us up-to-the-minute information on how the Illinois General Assembly is attempting to solve its budgetary and pension fund obligations. The General Assembly is set to adjourn in less than three weeks. Hopefully, all of our good work will remain in effect through the May 31 adjournment date.


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1,000

ON THE JOB & MOST NATIONAL AND LOCAL INCENTIVES

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The best capabilities in the trade. Best-in-Class 37,500 lb GCWR1 Available Proven 6.7L Cummins® Turbo Diesel Engine Standard 6.4L HEMI® Engine with MDS Fuel Saver Technology

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VISIT NAHB.ORG/FCA TO GET STARTED

1 Based on 3–5 pickup-based conventional cab chassis over 10,000 GCWR. 2 Family members must reside in the same household as member. Not available on SRT models. On The Job (OTJ) incentives vary depending on model chosen. See dealer for NAHB allowance and OTJ incentive details and eligibility requirements. ©2016 FCA US LLC. All Rights Reserved. Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram are registered trademarks of FCA US LLC. FIAT is a registered trademark of FCA Group Marketing S.p.A., used under license by FCA US LLC. Cummins is a registered trademark of Cummins Inc.

MACH 1, INC. REAL ESTATE ANALYSIS PROJECT DEVELOPMENT MUNICIPAL COORDINATION  

Andrew Venamore    

602 Academy  Drive   Northbrook,  IL  60062    

Cell:    

224/619-­‐4539

Fax:

224/326-­‐2483

Prepared by: Southfield, MI • 248.354.9700

98259_CHRY_SB_NAHB_ToolKit_HalfPage.indd Office:   224/326-­‐2698    

1:08 PM Saved at: 4-27-2016 From: kcarter-mpt-11871 Email:   andrew@venamore.net   Job info Client Job # Prefix Trim Bleed Live Line Screen Product Code Unit Caption

CHRYSLER SMALL BUSINESS 161049700035 98259 8.5” x 5.125” 8.75” x 5.25” 8” x 4.875” 300 dpi 000 - CHRYSLER SMALL BUSINESS Magazine Great Relationships Come With

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Evans, Joe Kirsten, Marc Duane, Lauren Karagosian, Anthony Stoewsand, Jenna Frankel, Jillian Faith None 3

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Krystal Carter / Jeffrey Mansk

Fonts Fonts: Minion Pro (Regular), Knockout (HTF28 JuniorFeatherwt, HTF30 JuniorWelterwt, HTF51 Middleweight, HTF29 JuniorLiteweight), Veneer (Regular) Link Name: 98259_CHR_14_581_UU_4CSWOP_HalfPg.tif (CMYK; 300 ppi; 100%), CHR_16_138_CP_RAM_ CC.tif (CMYK; 1177 ppi; 25.48%), CHRY_12_BL_

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