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ULI New York’s mission is to serve as the principal forum for real estate professionals in our area, reflecting the Urban Land Institute’s best practices in leadership development, community service and enhancement of land use policy and practice. ULI New York strives to provide to … Read More
ULI New York is a member-led organization committed to providing high-quality programs and projects to New York’s land use professionals. Members can get involved by attending any of our local events or by becoming active with one of our local committees, councils or initiatives. Committees … Read More
ULI New York gathers people from across the region to share best practices on responsible land use. We convene real estate leaders from multiple disciplines — including developers, investors, planners, public sector leaders, designers, academia and more.
For some, it might be difficult to believe that a city as densely populated as The Big Apple with nearly one million buildings crowding the landscape is in fact one of the greenest, most energy efficient cities in the U.S. But for political officials, New … Read More
Every year, the Jane Jacobs Forum brings together leading women in the fields of architecture, planning, development and the arts for a conversation on urban issues and solutions as inspired by Jane Jacobs. With the theme “Women as City Builders,” this year’s forum took place … Read More
Housing finance industry leaders came together last week to debate the future role of government-sponsored lending giants, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Both entities were placed under the conservatorship of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) during the financial crisis from which they have yet … Read More
What rhymes with “waterfront redevelopment plan”? I wondered that after recently reading that the storyline of an upcoming musical whose plot revolves around a 40-ish city planner moving to New York. Clearly a musical needs a larger audience than 40-something women with city planning degrees, … Read More