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RESearch Kankakee County Development Showcase April 4

You’ve heard a bit about Kankakee County’s tremendous industrial expansions and jobs growth. Now it’s time for a deeper dive into our municipal plans and private-sector real estate development opportunities.

The RESearch Kankakee County, IL, Conference & Expo – set for Thursday, April 4, 2019 – is a focused opportunity for commercial, industrial and residential developers and others to learn more about our major active projects; prime Metro Development Zones, properties and plans; and relevant incentives and financing opportunities.

The half-day educational and networking event is a forum for the broader RE development ecosystem – from planners and financiers to brokers, developers and builders – to network with key decision-makers as well as business partners. The event will be held the former Sears retail site at Northfield Square Mall,  1600 IL-50, Bourbonnais, IL 60914 (Village of Bradley corporate limits).

On the docket:

  • Moderated Industry Panel, with expansion updates
  • Moderated Mayors’ Panel, with investment updates
  • Exhibits, featuring prime Metro Development Zones and properties
  • Vendor booths
  • Buffet breakfast
  • Networking
  • Drawings for an overnight stay at Lakeside Rentals, Frank Lloyd Wright Bradley House tour package, tour and tastings provide by Brickstone and Steam Hollow breweries, and a suite of services provided by LinkPoint Media.

Premier sponsors for RESearch Kankakee County, IL, are Nicor Gas, the Village of Bradley, Nucor Steel, Urban Farmer, Midland States Bank, LinkPoint Media, the Economic Alliance of Kankakee County, Kankakee County Chamber of Commerce, Manteno Chamber of Commerce and the Kankakee County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

For more information and registration, visit researchkankakeecountyil.com.

Area Development magazine currently ranks the Kankakee MSA #1 among 394 metros nationwide in year-over-year growth. Ranking is based on employment, gross metro product and earnings.