ULI Louisiana News
Join ULI Louisiana’s Women’s Leadership Initiative and One Canal Place for a kickoff luncheon featuring EJ Encalarde, of Festival Productions Inc. In addition to planning some of New Orleans’ great festivals, EJ offers evidence and experiential-based coaching programs for companies and leaders. She will be talking to WLI about leadership and “Living for Today.” Lunch will be provided by Green Fork. Parking in One Canal Place will be validated. This is a Member’s Only event, sponsored by One Canal Place. Please register now, space is limited. Click HERE for more … Read More
Join the ULI Young Leaders Group and Humphreys & Partners Architects to celebrate White Linen Night 2018. Enjoy the cool comforts of air conditioning, refreshments, and small bites in Humphreys’ newly opened gallery space at 608 Julia St (corner of Camp & Julia, adjacent to Degas Gallery). This invitation-only event is open to ULI members and guests. Space is limited, so please RSVP. For questions, please contact McDaniel Wyatt (email@example.com). We look forward to seeing you there!
Ever wonder what happens behind the floodwall or what’s rolling on the river? Find out firsthand. ULI members will be treated to an overview of the Port, and a tour of the Port from the River. The tour will provide an opportunity to see the vibrant economic activity along the Lower Mississippi River and understand how it impacts our community and the world. The Port of New Orleans is a deep-draft multipurpose port at the center of the world’s busiest port system — Louisiana’s Lower Mississippi River. Connected to major … Read More
ULI member David L. Waltemath ranks among the top residential developers in the New Orleans metro area. ULI recently sat down with David, Scott and Kelly Waltemath to profile their real estate development operation. ULI: How did you get started in real estate development? DW: I’ve always been involved. Two generations of my family were successful real estate developers before me. My father, Henry “Hank” Waltemath, carved out many of the major neighborhoods in Algiers on the Westbank of New Orleans. Today, I’m proud to say, we have a fourth … Read More
ULI Louisiana YLG and ICSC Next Gen are excited to present the next installment of their co-hosted “Development 360 Series.” Building on the success of the inaugural event, highlighting the development process from start to finish, each event in this quarterly series will focus on one area in the process. First up is DEVELOPMENT. Come hear from four (4) local developers on how they got their start, challenges they have overcome, and best practices in an interactive session. Come early and stay late for happy hour and interactive discussion! Panelists: … Read More
1601 Lafitte Avenue is an adaptive reuse renovation of two former warehouse buildings into an office building, housing the main offices of Hotel Management of New Orleans. The buildings, built from ca. 1900 to the 1960s’, formerly housed several uses including lumber warehousing, ice and cream production, and a meat processing, packing and sales facility. The project is in the historic Tremé neighborhood, located just outside of the Esplanade Ridge National Register District. The site historically was part of a corridor that hosted businesses serving the Carondelet Canal, … Read More
What is UrbanPlan? A realistic, engaging, and academically challenging classroom-based, web-supported program in which students learn the roles, issues, trade-offs, and economics involved in urban development. It provides our future voters, neighbors, community leaders, public officials, and land use professionals with a hands-on experience in developing realistic land use solutions to vexing urban growth challenges. How It Works? “Each student team member chooses one of five roles: finance director, marketing director, city liaison, neighborhood liaison, or site planner. Through these roles, students develop a visceral understanding of the various market … Read More
ULI Members are invited to bring a prospective member to Port Orleans Brewing Company to network with other members and prospects and to learn about the benefits of ULI membership. Enjoy flights of craft beer and a brewery tour from CEO and master brewer, Brian Allen. The tour will be from 6:00-6:30p. The event and drinks are free to all but registration is required. *Please note all registrants from the previous March 28th event are automatically registered for this rescheduled event.