Chicago Loop Alliance regularly commissions reports that reflect its vision for a vibrant downtown and guide the Loop's future.
By the Numbers - Monthly Reports
To help you better understand the status and operational plans of Loop businesses, Chicago Loop Alliance has surveyed stakeholders and collected other data monthly since July 2020Read the Reports
Learning Expedition Chicago 2019This report presents the conclusions made during the GBD Learning Expedition, reveals the main trends in the development of the global business districts, and also identifies the main challenges (opportunities) to the evolution of the districts...
State of the Loop: 2018 Economic ProfileIn May 2019, Chicago Loop Alliance released its State of the Chicago Loop: 2018 Economic Profile, providing data on a variety of industries in the Loop.
Arts in the Loop Economic Impact StudyCLA seeks to help its members gain a deeper understanding of the impact the large collection of arts and cultural assets in the area have on the Loop economy.
Transforming WabashCLA's Transforming Wabash Report offers a series of short- and long-term projects to promote and strengthen the historic Wabash Avenue district downtown.
Resource Guide for those in Immediate NeedCLA and Chicago Help Initiative have compiled a Resource Guide with information on food, healthcare, shelter and job resources for those in critical need.
2013 Strategic Action PlanThe Strategic Action Plan provides focus and direction for CLA activities. The overall charge of CLA is to realize the objectives and actions for each program area as outlined in this plan.
2018 Annual ReportThe Chicago Loop continued to flourish with new hotels, more residential development, top-notch office space, diverse retail offerings, and, of course, world-class arts and cultural institutions.
2016 Annual ReportFrom restaurants to residential units, the Loop saw a surge in new development. What once was strictly a nine-to-five workspace has transformed into an urban hot spot.
2015 Annual ReportOnce a place with a singular purpose, the Loop has become a destination for just about everything — from world-class attractions and amenities to the highest concentration of office space and higher education institutions in the entire state.