Michael Mini

Michael Mini serves as Executive Vice President of the Chicagoland Apartment Association (CAA), managing the daily operations of the professional association that represents over 190 multifamily property owner/manager companies, 6,000 industry professionals, 1300 properties, and 225,000 apartment units. The CAA is a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization, affiliated with the National Apartment Association, that provides advocacy, education and networking to the apartment industry in Chicagoland and throughout Illinois. Mini has leveraged his experience and relationships to promote the interests of the apartment industry to elected officials, government agencies, civic organizations and the media. Working with the Board of Directors, he is responsible for achieving strategic and financial success, and ensuring that the association goals and values are met.

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Executive vice president of the Chicagoland Apartment Association
OCT 14, 2020

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JUL 20, 2022

Like most of America, Illinois is adversely impacted by a significant shortage of housing. The Chicagoland region alone requires tens of thousands of new apartments to satisfy our anticipated housing demand. The Chicagoland Apartment Association (CAA) recognizes an immediate need for the state legislature to continue developing strategies aimed at a balanced housing approach – policies that will encourage the construction of an additional supply of market-rate, affordable, and workforce housing.

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The Nation’s Housing Affordability Problem Has Reached Illinois, But We Are Finding Solutions

Like most of America, Illinois is adversely impacted by a significant shortage of housing. The Ch...
FEB 17, 2021

The global pandemic has created an urgency in Illinois to ensure that housing is affordable and plentiful, but I’m not certain this next statement is widely understood: Advocacy groups from both the landlords’ and the tenants’ perspective absolutely agree there is a shortage of viable affordable housing options in many neighborhoods across the state.

Beyond the significant areas where we concur, our differences of opinion stem from how to accomplish our shared goals of increasing affordable housing, with rent control remaining as perhaps our widest disagreement.

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Rent Control and Excessive Regulation Threaten to Derail Affordable Housing Agenda

The global pandemic has created an urgency in Illinois to ensure that housing is affordable and p...

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Executive vice president of the Chicagoland Apartment Association