Monthly Archives: October 2013

Enjoy the Benefits of Membership with ULI’s Apps

ULI’s family of mobile apps makes it easy to get the full ULI experience on the go. Access the indispensable information and connections that only ULI can deliver, all on your iPad, iPhone, or Android device. To navigate the Fall Meeting with the Events app or read Urban Land on your tablet or smartphone, visit www.uli.org/mobile.

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After Sandy: ULI Looks at Mitigating Climate Change Through Land Use

The reality of climate change will forever change community building, according to a new ULI report. Leading up to the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, ULI has prepared After Sandy: Advancing Strategies for Long-Term Resilience and Adaptability. Learn more.

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Webinar: What a ULI Survey Tells Us About the Future of Communities

How do Americans feel about where they live, and what do they want from their communities in the future? Get these answers and more with this free webinar recording from ULI. Download the presentation by ULI’s Rachel MacCleery, former North Carolina Transportation Secretary Gene Conti, Brian Allan “A.J.” Jackson of EYA, and Ilana Preuss of Smart Growth America to learn what ULI’s “America in 2013” survey of community preferences tells us about the shifting demographics and changing attitudes that are transforming U.S. communities.

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Last chance to save at the ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago!

Sign up by Friday for the 2013 ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago to take advantage of discounted rates to the real estate industry’s premier event. Attendees of the ULI Fall Meeting come from every sector of the real estate industry and from around the world.  They are developers, investors, owners, lenders, public officials, planners, architects, consultants, lawyers, and engineers – and they are all decision-makers. Structured networking events and a list of attendees make it easy to meet the people you need to know. Register by Friday to save on … Read More

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