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ULI — Ideas to shape tomorrow’s horizon ULI Baltimore’s District Council inaugural WaveMaker Awards Program At the 2009 ULI Spring conference, the Urban Land Institute honored Baltimore’s Inner Harbor with its prestigious Heritage Award. The Heritage Award is given to development projects and programs in … Read More
ULI neither lobbies nor advocates for any one point of view. At the state and local level, ULI Baltimore addresses community building and land use issues through Community Outreach programs. Through these programs, ULI members collaborate with other stakeholders to implement solutions for better communities. Community Outreach enables local ULI leaders to identify challenges to better development, feature best practices from across the country and devise new solutions to improve land use patterns. Read More
The first Real Estate Entrepreneur Program of 2015 will focus on strategic planning and implementation. These programs put entrepreneurs in the same room with ULI senior leaders, providing a unique opportunity to engage industry experts in an exchange of ideas. You can: Link to the event … Read More
This free webinar has been developed exclusively for ULI Full Members to explain the value of Product Councils and the process for joining one. The webinar will be held this Thursday, so spread the word as soon as possible. You can: Link to the event … Read More
Ed appeared at a TEDx in Florida to explain how communities reap competitive advantages by establishing unique identities. Share the video of his presentation with your members. A photo of Ed is attached.
What hot new topic do you want discussed at the 2015 Fall Meeting in San Francisco? Submit your idea for a chance to organize a concurrent session for an audience of real estate industry leaders. Caitlin Sandford and Rachael Holloway of Stockland, Australia’s largest diversified property group, … Read More