Monthly Archives: April 2015
The goal of ULI’s 2014 Annual Report is to capture and celebrate a broad range of ULI impacts and accomplishments from fiscal year 2014—July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2014—while spotlighting stories of members who deliver on ULI’s mission every day. This year, we are presenting the Annual Report in a digital-first format to create a more interactive, dynamic, and visually compelling experience. This is in line with ULI’s commitment to sustainable business practices. Another benefit of this format is the ease with which you can share the report with … Read More
For more on the ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative, visit http://uli.org/wli
Members of the Urban Land Institute are community builders, people who develop and redevelop neighborhoods around the globe, and most importantly leaders. ULI’s mission statement begins with the phrase “To provide leadership in the responsible use of land,” which is intertwined in nearly every aspect of our organization. We challenge our members to be leaders in their communities, their fields, and the Institute by creating sustainable and thriving communities worldwide. Through the Institute, members have opportunities to learn from each other, via our various leadership programs including The Larson Leadership … Read More
Rik Kirkland, Director of Publishing at McKinsey & Company, speaking at the ULI Global Trustees and Key Leaders Midwinter Meeting 2015.
13 Urban Trends to Watch; the 10 Most Walkable U.S. Cities; and How Houston’s No-Zoning Approach Evolved With the City
13 Urban Trends to Watch; the 10 Most Walkable U.S. Cities; and How Houston’s No-Zoning Approach Evolved With the City Robert Krueger Director, Public Relations & Social Media at Urban Land Institute Urban Land Magazine Monthly Digest ———————————————- Go to Urban Land: http://urbanland.uli.org =======Top Urban Land Magazine Stories======= • 13 Urban Trends to Watch by Henry Cisneros In an excerpt from his new book, Urban Real Estate Investment: A New Era of Opportunity, Henry Cisneros makes the case for the forces of change that will create a new urban reality. … Read More