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Electric Cities: ULI TORONTO SYMPOSIUM

April 24th and April 25th 2017 – ULI Toronto’s Electric Cities Symposium convenes experts internationally and across the region to address the most current real estate topics at the intersection of mobility, placemaking and technology. This symposium will challenge Canada’s largest and fastest growing city region to become the global leader on how to make cities better places to live, work, learn, play and invest. Read More

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ULI Philadelphia Awards for Excellence

The ULI Philadelphia 4th Annual Willard G. “Bill” Rouse III Awards for Excellence, modeled after the ULI Global Awards for Excellence, will recognize superior development projects in Eastern and Central Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware on June 14th at the Ballroom at The Ben in Philadelphia. Criteria for the awards include factors beyond innovation in planning and design, including adaptability to other communities, sustainability, economic success, overall community health and social impact to address neighborhood revitalization goals. Read More

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How Zoning Can Ease Land Assembly

FROM UrbanLand Magazine online: Where property ownership is fragmented and several adjacent sites are needed for redevelopment, persuading all of the owners to agree to voluntary land assembly can be very difficult. Every piece of property is important in the jigsaw puzzle of land assembly, and one property owner can halt the process by refusing to sell. Creative zoning, however, may change property owners’ minds and accelerate voluntary market transactions. Read More

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TOMORROW’S EVENT TO BE RESCHEDULED

The event scheduled for February 9th at Famished Frog will be rescheduled due to the pending snow storm. Please look for an email providing directions on applying your payment to the new date or requesting a refund. Stay safe! Read More

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New Development Practices and Revitalization in Atlantic County

ULI PHILADELPHIA EVENT- Join local leaders and new developers in real estate on February 16th who will discuss the latest and most innovative projects in Atlantic County and City. Keynote speaker Dr. Harvey Kesselman, President of Stockton University, will provide insights on the Gateway project, a $210 million public-private redevelopment in Atlantic City. Read More

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NRBP: Real Estate Market Forecast: Newark Continues to Rise

The buzz surrounding the opening of the new Prudential Tower and Military Park area restaurants and retail continues with the forthcoming opening of the newly redeveloped Hahne & Co., building and multiple residential projects. What is in store for the coming year and how will economic factors affect continued growth? Find out March 7. Read More

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SAVE THE DATE: MARCH 23, 2017

The Newark Downtown Renaissance: Hahne & Company Redevelopment- A Catalyst for Community Growth

Join ULI Northern New Jersey members and colleagues for a behind -the- scenes , moderated panel discussion and tour of the adaptive reuse project currently underway at the historic Hahne & Company Department store building in Newark. Read More

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Downtowns Matter by Edward T. McMahon

There are over 25,000 incorporated communities in America. Many are prospering, but many others are not. How is it that some small cities and towns can prosper, while
many others are suffering disinvestment, loss of identity and even abandonment? Read More

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Evolving U.S. Suburbs Continue to Shape Residential Demand and Development

Suburban housing markets across the United States are evolving rapidly and overall remain well positioned to maintain their relevance for the foreseeable future as preferred places to live and work, even as many urban cores and downtown neighborhoods continue to attract new residents and businesses, according to a new publication from ULI. Read More

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Building Healthy Corridors: Strategies for Transforming Urban and Suburban Arterials into Thriving Places

This webinar will take place January 11, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. EST. Outdated and automobile-oriented commercial corridors exist in nearly every community across the United States, creating adverse health and safety conditions for the people who live, work, and travel on these streets. Over a two-year period, the ULI Healthy Corridors project investigated best practices to reinvent these under-performing corridors in health-promoting ways. Four “demonstration corridors”—in Denver, Boise, Nashville, and Los Angeles—have engaged local partners in their community to work on the opportunities and challenges for specific corridors to become better places. This work is helping to advance efforts to foster places that promote health through strategies to transform the built environments of urban and suburban arterials, focusing on not only the streets themselves but the adjacent neighborhoods. Read More

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