About The Club

Mission: The Union League Club of Chicago exists to enrich the lives of our members through the Club’s commitment to community and country.

 The Union League Club of Chicago promotes the unique opportunity for members to participate as a leading voice in civic, philanthropic and cultural affairs. Our offerings focus on high-value membership experiences in a premier environment that provides opportunities for personal growth and development.

The Union League Club of Chicago believes in the freedom to choose a lifestyle and in paving a path for a better city and a better nation. This freedom exists through the support of three foundations, maintaining a public affairs department that pushes for change in local, state and federal government, and collecting and showcasing some of the finest Midwest and American art in the country.

The Club is a timeless home away from home that opens the door to opportunities for members and their families. It provides the venue and creates the experiences that make up a member’s lifestyle. From health and fitness, to social and professional networking, to community involvement, to fine dining, to family programming and special interests—the Club is a diverse collection of people sharing similar values while accomplishing great things.

Did you know the Union League Club of Chicago is rated a top city club in the world by both Club Leaders Forum and Board Room Magazine? For more "Did you know" facts, click here.

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For 140 years, the Union League Club of Chicago has upheld the sacred obligations of citizenship, promoted honesty and efficiency in government, supported cultural institutions and the beautification of the city and supported our nation’s military and their families.

Through the efforts of its dynamic membership, the Club has been a catalyst for action in nonpartisan political, economic and social arenas – focusing its leadership and resources on important social issues. As early as 1893, Chicago gained recognition as a world-class city when it hosted the World’s Columbian Exposition. Club Members were instrumental in having Chicago named as the site of the exposition by the United States Congress. Since that time Club Members have played a role in establishing many of the city’s cultural organizations, including Orchestra Hall and the Field Museum. In the 1990s, the Club celebrated its role in the opening of the Harold Washington Library Center.

Today, the Club continues its pursuit to remain committed to community, country and culture.
Many things can be said about the Club’s involvement in the community. From the work done by the Public Affairs Committee, to members’ backing of the Club’s three foundations, to the Art Committee’s support of local artists; the Club makes every effort to improve the present while laying the groundwork for a successful future.

The Club has never wavered in its support of the men and women who serve our country. This support comes from our own Chicago 502, which supports the soldiers and families of the Army’s 502nd Infantry Regiment/101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), our 721 Club, which supports the crew and families of the USS Chicago (SSN 721), a U.S. Navy submarine and our American Legion Post #758, which supports U.S. veterans and their families.

The Club’s original principle to support cultural institutions and the beautification of the city has not only continued, but flourished. The ULCC not only supports cultural institutions, but has become one in its own right. With nearly 800 pieces of artwork, the Club was named by the Chicago Tribune “The Other Art Institute of Chicago.” After renovating the Rendezvous and Wigwam, updating menus and upgrading service, the Club can also claim some of the best food and dining experiences Chicago has to offer, as evident from the 2015, 2016 and 2017 DiRoNA award.


People aspiring to extend themselves by meeting new people and enjoying enriching activities and programs will find an array of unique opportunities for entertainment and personal growth at the Union League Club of Chicago. From arts and cultural activities to professional and social networking to wine tastings and high-profile guest speakers, the ULCC offers a dynamic combination of private club amenities, world-class cultural events and opportunities for making meaningful connections, all with a greater sense of purpose through commitment to community and country.

Remote workers and independent professionals seeking a unique shared working community will find the ideal setting for building professional and purposeful connections at the Union League Club of Chicago. So much more than work and meeting space, the impressive clubhouse offers private club amenities, fine arts, inspirational programming, award-winning culinary creations and fitness and wellness facilities that combine to create an extraordinary place to do business.

Whether you are looking to expand your social circle, get fit, find a co-working community, bring more art into your life, experience delicious food and wine, find quality family programming— all while supporting the development of a better city and nation through advocacy in government, Chicago’s youth in the arts, engineering and the ULCC Boys & Girls Clubs— come and experience the diverse membership of the ULCC. 

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Directions and Parking to your next elevated experience

Club Address
Union League Club of Chicago
65 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604

The Union League Club of Chicago creates unique experiences to socialize and elevate your lifestyle. Whether you're looking to expand your circle, grow your profession, impress your clients or simply enjoy some time away from the office, there's no better place then the all-encompassing Union league Club of Chicago.
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Parking & Transportation
Valet Parking available at the Federal Street Entrance.
Self Parking available at the garage on the northwest corner of Federal and Van Buren. Special rates are available for guests with tickets that are validated at the Front Desk.
Click here to visit the South Loop Parking Garage website for purchasing parking tickets in advance.

Union League Club Parking Rates (Effective September 15, 2019)
Self Parking

Weekdays, all day: Member Rate $29 | Non-member Rate $38
Weekday mornings (5:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.): Member Rate $8 | Non-member Rate $28
Weekday Evenings (4:00 P.M. TO 2:00 A.M.): Member Rate $13 | Non-member Rate $28
Weekends (7:00 a.m. TO 2:00 A.M.): Member Rate $13 | Non-member Rate $28

Valet Parking
0-4 Hours: Member Rate $37 | Non-member Rate $39 
4-8 Hours: Member Rate $39 | Non-member Rate $41
8-24 Hours: Member Rate $49 | Non-member Rate $55
*All prices subject to change without notice

Public Transportation
The Club is just two blocks from the LaSalle Street Metra Station, six blocks from Union Metra Station and only blocks away from every 'L' station. For more information on taking public transportation to the Club, call 800.443.0578.

ULC IN the News

A media destination for political forums, high-profile speakers and community involvement

The Union League Club of Chicago (ULC) is not only a place that enriches members' lives, but it is also a place that improves the world. With a motto of "commitment to community and country," the ULC is a place that educates through forums, enriches the lives of Chicago youth through its support of three foundations, supports America's troops through its various military organizations, and maintains a voice in local, state and federal government. In fact, through the work of the ULC, the 17th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution was created as well as the development of the Chicago Harold Washington Library, and the Columbian Exposition coming to Chicago. To the right are links to just a few of the earned media placements the ULC received in the past.


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Lunch, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Dinner, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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