Placements that pop.

The YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago’s Urban Warriors program was the subject of a Chicago Tribune front-page story by Annie Sweeney — one of nearly 20 stories we secured for the program in 2014.
Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin writes long-form stories that often serve as an imprimatur of a design project. Here’s one of three glowing reviews he wrote for the June 2015 opening of The 606.
There’s more than one way to get into major media. MHC landed this full-page feature by working with an Hoy reporter whose work often appears in the parent paper, the Chicago Tribune.
The 606 opened in June 2015 as the Midwest’s newest gem. This Wall Street Journal story is one of dozens of national and international stories we managed for The Trust for Public Land.
Chicago Sun-Times columnist Laura Washington’s occasionally adopts the persona of “the Fat Nag” to urge readers to adopt healthy lifestyles. Here, she chronicled the success of a husband-and-wife Y members.
MHC coordinated a letter to the editor of Crain’s Chicago Business co-written by the CEOs of two important Chicago non-profit organizations, a powerful response to state budget cuts to social services in 2015.