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Women’s Leadership Development Institute Kicks Off in January

Join the Inaugural WLI Class The 2015 Women’s Leadership Development Institute Applications Due January 9. ULI is looking for women who want to make their mark in the real estate industry. Over the course of eight modules in five months, you will have the opportunity to network with colleagues from different disciplines in real estate in a collaborative learning environment while interacting with local business leaders (male and female), public officials, and national experts. The Women’s Leadership Development Institute module topics include: • Leadership • Management • Team Building • … Read More

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Your All-Access Pass To ULI

ULI’s family of mobile apps makes it easy to get the full ULI experience on the go. Download the indispensable information and connections that only ULI can deliver, all on your iPad, iPhone, or Android device.

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Moving Up or Changing Careers? Enroll in ULI’s Real Estate School

Moving Up or Changing Careers? Enroll in ULI’s Real Estate School   Moving up, moving on, or moving into new territory? Make sure you are ready with ULI’s Real Estate School.   For more than 25 years, the ULI Real Estate School has set the standard in continuing education for land use professionals. ULI assembles some of the most experienced instructors and professionals in the country who bring materials, research, and case studies drawn from their own classrooms and professional experience.   Real Estate School offers basic, intermediate, and advanced courses … Read More

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Case Study: 1450 Brickell

In this new Case Study from ULI, get an inside look at the financing, design, and development of 1450 Brickell, an office project in Miami that uses impact-resistant glass to make the building more resilient against flying debris in hurricanes. Alan Ojeda, the founder and CEO of Rilea Group, began planning the second phase of his two-acre project on Brickell Avenue in 2005, the same year that numerous high-rise buildings in the area were badly damaged by Hurricane Wilma. Since Ojeda was planning an office building with a glass curtain … Read More

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Developing for Humanity

Do you ever wonder who Urban Land Institute is and what we do? Take a short 1:47 to watch this video clip that gives a brief introduction to ULI and insight into the basis for who we are, what we do and why we do it.

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REPORT: Real Estate to Gain Momentum in 2014, Conditions in Tallahassee Will Bring Projects

Real estate development in Tallahassee will continue to benefit from such strong institutional attributes as state government and local universities, which will help create the market conditions for more projects ahead, a national researcher said Wednesday. Dean Schwanke, senior vice president of the Urban Land Institute and executive director of the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate, spoke at ULI’s local chapter luncheon at Hotel Duval, where the topic was trends shaping the industry outlook. As has occurred elsewhere as real estate conditions improved, multi-family projects were the … Read More

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Kresge Foundation Awards $800,000 to ULI Community Resiliency Program

ULI’s community resiliency program explores how issues related to climate change are affecting the real estate industry and reshaping urban growth patterns. Through the $800,000 grant from The Kresge Foundation, ULI will leverage the substantial expertise of its members to provide guidance on community building in a way that responds to inevitable climate change and sea level rise, and helps preserve the environment, boost economic prosperity, and foster a high quality of life. Learn more. Candid insights and observations from these experts formed the basis for After Sandy: Advancing Strategies for Long-Term … Read More

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New ULI Case Study: Community’s Health Amenities Pay Dividends

A master-planned community in Virginia is setting itself apart with it’s working farm and other health-oriented amenities. The project consists of four noncontiguous villages linked thematically and with shared amenities. A total of 2,195 homes are planned. Read the New Case Study.

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