Monthly Archives: January 2014

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Give Input on ULI Fall Meeting Agenda!

What sessions would you like to see at the 2014 ULI Fall Meeting in New York City? Now is your chance to influence the content of the real estate industry’s premier gathering. ULI wants to know: • The trends and issues you want to learn about at the Fall Meeting. • The visionaries who should deliver the keynote speeches. Submit your ULI session idea at: http://bit.ly/1bKVY10 The ULI Fall Meeting Idea Generator is a place for YOU to provide input on the Fall Meeting program. Post your concurrent session idea, vote, … Read More

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

After Sandy

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. Related “After Sandy” video

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

Willowsford

A master-planned community in Virginia is setting itself apart with its working farm and other health-oriented amenities.  Willowsford is a 4,125-acre master-planned community that includes a range of luxury single-family housing and a wealth of amenities, many related to fostering healthy lifestyles, including a working farm and a farm-to-table focus. The project consists of four noncontiguous villages linked thematically and with shared amenities. A total of 2,195 homes are planned. Read the new ULI Case Study.  

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