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The mission of this 6-month long mentoring program is to foster an exchange of professional ideas, friendship and expertise among young real estate professionals and industry veterans. This program matches the Baltimore District Council’s Young Leaders (members under 35) with experienced professionals for guidance and … Read More
Welcome to the Baltimore/ Washington Transit Oriented Development Product Council, a selected group of industry professionals, who meet twice a year in various parts of the DMV, and actively participate and influence development and transportation policies that encourage responsible use of land and creation of thriving … Read More
ULI Baltimore members with national or international experience in the field of adaptation for sea level rise / tidal flooding and or, in the case of weather-related disasters, building resiliency. While the project is specific to the Annapolis historic district and the Eastport Conservation District, experience or … Read More
ULI Baltimore is a 501(c) 3 organization of diverse individual and corporate members who seek to provide leadership for fostering responsible land use in the Baltimore region. As a trusted convener for sharing knowledge and as an unbiased source for timely land use information, ULI Baltimore is a critical link in improving state and local land use policy and development practices. Read More
Celebrate Columbia’s 50th Anniversary by examining the development patterns and trends over the first 50 years and looking at the future development on several key parcels including Columbia Gateway, Downtown Columbia, Long Reach Village and Howard Community College. Introduction: Josh Olsen (Monument Realty), author of … Read More
The Neighborhood Design Center (NDC) is seeking nominations to its Board of Directors. Founded in 1968, the Neighborhood Design Center is a nonprofit organization that facilitates the development of healthy, equitable neighborhoods through community-engaged design and planning services. By providing the tools, expertise, and partnerships … Read More
An Apology, 3 Blessings, and a Challenge An Apology— In 2008, the world fell down around our heads with 15 million in our active development pipeline. Our attempt at a global restructure failed and after a frenetic 4 days preparing for a bankruptcy filing, I … Read More
Thank you for attending the 9th Annual WaveMaker Awards of 2017 at the Monument City Brewing Company Building! This year, we had more than 450 attendees! To view photos from the event, click HERE.
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