Monthly Archives: June 2017

Home in America: Immigrants and Housing Demand

Over the past two decades, immigrants account­ed for about 28 percent of all household growth in the United States and have been a critical factor in the housing market’s recent recovery. Immigration policy is poised potentially to have a big impact on the continued improvement and overall health of the U.S. housing market. Home in America: Immigrants and Housing Demand examines the influence of immigrants in shaping urban growth patterns, particularly those who have entered the U.S. since the Great Recession. Among the key findings from the report: Without the … Read More

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Harvesting the Value of Water Stormwater, Green Infrastructure, and Real Estate

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Through regulations or incentives, more cities are looking to the private sector real estate community to help them manage stormwater runoff.  Harvesting the Value of Water explains why stormwater is important to cities, outlines the policy landscape, and includes eleven case studies of innovative approaches to green infrastructure that had positive financial, operational, or design outcomes.   Learn how developers and designers: Increased developable land Reduced drainage system costs Enhanced property value Improved amenities, aesthetics, and marketing appeal Read the Full Report This complimentary report was made possible by the … Read More

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Relive the 2017 ULI Spring Meeting

View presentations, videos, and photos from the 2017 Spring Meeting.  Featured Videos: ULI is its Members Emerging Technologies Transforming the Real Estate Industry in 2017 Real Estate Experts Share Their Forecasts for 2017 and Beyond Real Estate and Philanthropy Watch all Spring Meeting videos at spring.uli.org/videos. Speaker Presentations:  View slideshows from your favorite Spring Meeting sessions in Seattle. Urban Land Coverage:  Read articles highlighting the Pacific Northwest and Urban Land’s exclusive meeting coverage.

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ULI is its Members

You deliver on our mission. You enhance our communities. You shape the future of our industry. We wanted to know how we could make an even greater impact and provide an even better experience for members. You told us how important ULI is to you and what could be improved. We have listened and we have made substantial changes. Fundamentally, this means more opportunities for more members. Watch the full video to see how we are improving the ULI experience. Our work is not finished. We are just getting started. … Read More

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Join ULI Baltimore and save $25 on membership dues!

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The best opportunities to get involved and build relationships are reserved for ULI members. Members save 25% or more on all ULI offerings including books, events, and educational workshops. Joining will be one of the best investments you will ever make. Join by June 30, 2017, using promo code MEM17 and save $25 off your annual membership dues! Bringing the industry together. It’s all about the people—people with diverse experience building better communities and successful careers through participation in ULI. Unique among professional organizations, ULI brings together people in every … Read More

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Transform Baltimore: Understanding Baltimore’s New Zoning Code

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On Wednesday, April 5, 2017, ULI Baltimore met for a quarterly program and networking at the War Memorial in Downtown Baltimore. Over 175 developers, architects, and other interested participants were in attendance to dialogue about Transform Baltimore. The audience was thoroughly informed by a distinguished panel who outlined the nuts and bolts of passing this historic legislation in December 2016. The panel included Laurie Feinberg, the Assistant Director for the Baltimore City Department of Planning and Project manager and chief architect for Transform Baltimore – Zoning Code Rewrite; Kara Kunst, the … Read More

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