Monthly Archives: March 2014

Chairman Robert C. Lieber featured in New Urban Land Magazine Article

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Chairman Robert C. Lieber featured in New Urban Land Magazine Article Originally published in UrbanLand By Stephen Blank Robert Lieber joined C-III Capital Partners in August 2010 as an executive managing director after having served under New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg as deputy mayor for economic development. He also serves as an executive managing director of Island Capital Group and a vice president for Anubis Advisors, which provides strategic planning, executive management, restructuring, merger-and-acquisition, and other financial services to Island Capital Group’s portfolio companies, including C-III Capital Partners.   Read the rest of … Read More

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2013 ULI Annual Report Released

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2013 ULI Annual Report Released  At ULI, it is not just the buildings, neighborhoods, and cities we develop that inspire us, it is the people and the lives they create in these places every day. Our Annual Report reviews the work of ULI over the past financial year, but, more important, recognizes the impact our members have made on their communities.​ 2013 was a busy year for ULI — even by ULI’s standards. We expanded our partnerships with organizations outside the industry that share our commitment to excellence in community building. … Read More

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New Forecast for Housing and Real Estate: ULI-EY Market Outlook Survey of 39 Economists to be Discussed in April 1 Webinar

New Forecast for Housing and Real Estate: ULI-EY Market Outlook Survey of 39 Economists to be Discussed in April 1 Webinar  Are improvements in housing inventories and builder sentiment expected as the year goes on and the weather improves? When will employment growth and demographics start to favor housing activity? Is mortgage availability expected to worsen or improve over the next few years? How will the current economic and political environment affect housing and other property types?  Industry economists will address these questions along with whether they feel investors are … Read More

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RFQ: Transit-Oriented Development District Redevelopment Plan in Norwalk, CT

RFQ: Transit-Oriented Development District Redevelopment Plan in Norwalk, CT The Norwalk Redevelopment Agency, Norwalk, CT  is seeking Statements of Qualifications from qualified planning consulting teams to develop a Transit-Oriented Development District Redevelopment Plan pursuant to the provisions of Section 8-127 of the Connecticut State Statutes to provide the framework for implementation of the strategic recommendations in the South Norwalk Railroad Station Area Transit Oriented Development Strategy Master Plan. The team should include a broad range of urban planning and development expertise including specifically zoning, transportation, parking, economic development, housing markets, … Read More

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Learn Online: The Why and How of Public Private Partnerships

Learn Online: The Why and How of Public Private Partnerships Understanding potential deals through the eyes of public officials, and knowing how to access the tools available, are key prerequisites to meeting the self-interests of both the public and private sides in a development deal.  This new ULI webinar will give you the understanding and competencies to engage productively in that conversation. This program will describe why public private partnerships are so critical to successful development today by providing several case study examples illustrating different aspects of the practice.  The … Read More

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Executive Director Felix Ciampa Joins HuffPost Live Today at 12:10pm to Discuss the State of NYC’s Infrastructure

Executive Director Felix Ciampa Joins HuffPost Live Today at 12:10pm to Discuss the State of NYC’s Infrastructure Can New York City’s Infrastructure Be Fixed? Watch Now! Aging water mains, deteriorating roads, crumbling public schools – a new report finds that New York City’s infrastructure needs at least $47 billion in repairs. In the wake of the East Harlem gas explosion, will overdue investments finally happen?

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Building Healthy Places: Unlocking the Value Conference: Resources Now Available

Building Healthy Places: Unlocking the Value Conference: Resources Now Available On February 20 and 21, ULI convened its first-ever Building Healthy Places Conference. About 300 people gathered in Los Angeles to discuss the next big ideas in driving innovation and connecting real estate and health. The conference brought together leaders, researchers, and practitioners in the fields of real estate development, public health, planning, and more to start advancing the state of policy and practice around creating healthy places and communities. The two day conference included general and concurrent sessions, roundtable … Read More

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Infrastructure 2014: Shaping the Competitive City to be released at ULI’s Spring Meeting in Vancouver on April 9

Infrastructure 2014: Shaping the Competitive City to be released at ULI’s Spring Meeting in Vancouver on April 9 How do real estate developers and investors who could pursue opportunities across cities regionally, nationally, or even internationally think about infrastructure? And how do city leaders use infrastructure investments to position their cities for real estate investment and economic development? Are public and private perceptions and priorities aligned, or do they diverge, and in what ways? Infrastructure 2014: Shaping the Competitive City answers these questions with a survey of top public sector … Read More

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ULI NY Receives 2014 Resiliency Grant

ULI NY Receives 2014 Resiliency Grant; ULI Announces Recipients   Four grants totaling $80,000 have been awarded to four Urban Land Institute district councils as part of ULI’s Resiliency Grant program. The grant money will support local projects that help advance ULI’s work in helping develop long-term urban design and real estate strategies to making cities both more resilient and adaptable to the impact of climate change. The grants are part of ULI’s larger program of work on climate change, sustainability and resiliency. The funding for the Resiliency Grant program … Read More

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Last Chance to Apply for Housing Awards

Apply now or nominate a colleague who has designed or developed an exceptional project or program that supports housing opportunities for America’s working families. The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing has extended the deadline to March 17 for its two awards programs: The Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards recognize and honor exemplary developments that demonstrate creativity in expanding housing opportunities for America’s working families. New this year, the 2014 Jack Kemp Awards will honor developments that ensure housing affordability for a range of incomes, particularly for … Read More

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