KYLE TERRY - Associate
Kyle Terry joined Goodman Williams Group in January of 2015. Since then, he has made significant contributions to residential, retail, office and industrial assignments in the City of Chicago and surrounding communities.
Major projects he has worked on include commercial corridor studies along Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln Park and Rand Road in Mount Prospect; analyses of the North Branch, Pilsen, and Little Village Industrial Corridors in Chicago; a residential market study for a proposed mixed-income housing development in the South Loop; and an analysis of recreational and open space proposals for Park District-owned properties in Southeast Chicago.
In his role as Associate, Mr. Terry is responsible for conducting fieldwork, collecting and analyzing primary and secondary data, and preparing reports and presentation materials. He is also responsible for producing graphics, maps, and various analyses using ArcGIS, CoStar and Esri Business Analyst, as well as government sources including American Community Survey and Chicago Cityscape, among other sources.
Prior to joining Goodman Williams Group, Mr. Terry interned with the Metropolitan Planning Council, the City of Gary, Indiana's Department of Redevelopment, and the Economic Development Department of Tinley Park, Illinois.
Mr. Terry earned his Masters of Urban Planning and Policy from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) where he served as Board President for the program. Prior to moving to Chicago, Mr. Terry was a research aide for Professor Nathan Monroe of the University of California at Merced. It was here that he gained valuable insight on the connection between research and policy.
Mr. Terry received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a focus on
American political systems from Northeastern Illinois University. It was during a semester spent in Buenos Aires, Argentina that he was exposed to the field of urban planning.
He is an active member of the Urban Land Institute, the American Planning Association, and UIC's College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs Alumni Association.