ULI New York is hiring an Associate for our Midtown, Manhattan Office. ULI New York is a District Council of ULI. As one of ULI’s largest District Councils, it has over 2,200 members throughout the state of New York. For additional information, please visit http://newyork.uli.org. Position Summary: Reporting to the Executive Director, ULI New York seeks an energetic and entrepreneurial Associate to serve as an integral member of the team responsible for engaging local volunteer members, managing committees and programs, and working with partners to advance the mission of ULI and deliver value to … Read More
The 2017 ULI Fall Meeting was held October 23-26 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California. Members had the opportunity to connect with every sector of the real estate industry, building relationships with developers, investors, architects, planners, brokers, academics, attorneys, decision makers, and government. A series of seminars and candid discussions with thought leaders on the most important topics and trends in real estate took place throughout the week. Videos Access videos from the 2017 Fall Meeting General and Concurrent Sessions here. Speaker Presentations View slideshows from your favorite 2017 Fall … Read More
The ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative announced in September the recipients of the WLI Prologis Scholarship Program in connection with ULI’s Fall Meeting in Los Angeles, October 23-26, 2017. Senior women at Prologis created the grassroots group Breakthrough that supports the retention of women and identifies and removes barriers to advancement for Prologis across the globe. Breakthrough’s goals resonate with those of WLI in that Breakthrough strives to create a work environment where women feel connected and empowered, while creating a business culture that offers opportunities for success and recognizes the … Read More
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ULI New York’s Women’s Leadership Initiative is pleased to announced its 2017 recipient of the ULI New York Alice Connell WLI Scholarship, Jackie Manzer, Tenant Relations Manager at Hines. The Alice Connell WLI Scholarship celebrates exceptional women in real estate who have made significant contributions to the New York District Council and underwrites the cost to attend the 2017 ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles, California, including a reimbursement to the recipient for up to $1,000 in travel expenses. Having served on ULI New York’s Young Leaders Group Programming Committee since … Read More
The Building Healthy Places Initiative has officially announced the participants selected to join in the 2017-2018 cohort for the ULI Health Leaders Network, an effort designed to empower real estate and land use professionals with the skills, knowledge, and networks to improve health outcomes in their professional practice and communities. The first cohort of Health Leaders will convene in an introductory forum during ULI’s Fall Meeting in Los Angeles, participate in a series of webinars, work on small group projects involving a commercial corridor in Seattle, and conclude with a final forum in Denver. Thirty-two professionals … Read More
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Attend the 2017 ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles! Apply for this Year’s ULI New York Alice Connell WLI Scholarship Are you or someone you know interested in attending the 2017 ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles, California? The ULI New York Alice Connell WLI Scholarship is designed to promote the participation of women at ULI’s annual Fall Meeting and to promote leadership among younger women who might not otherwise be able to attend. The scholarship includes one (1) complimentary registration to the 2017 ULI Fall Meeting as well as … Read More
NYU School of Professional Studies Schack Institute of Real Estate Honors Silverstein Properties CEO Marty Burger at the 46th Annual Urban Leadership Award Dinner. The NYU School of Professional Studies (NYUSPS) Schack Institute of Real Estate honored ULI New York’s Chairman Marty Burger, chief executive officer of Silverstein Properties and member of the NYUSPS Schack Advisory Board, at its 46th Annual Urban Leadership Award Dinner on Monday, June 12, 2017, at the Mandarin Oriental, New York. The highest honor conferred by the NYUSPS Schack Institute of Real Estate, the Urban Leadership Award … Read More
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On April 24 and 25, 2017 ULI New York members completed a Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn. This ULI New York TAP was made possible through generous grant funding from The New York Community Trust. The Urban Land Institute was awarded a $100,000 grant in July 2016 to raise awareness and encourage the use of resilient building practices in New York City, and to foster a greater understanding among the public and private sector nationwide regarding the many benefits of building for resilience. Through this … Read More
The 2017 ULI Spring Meeting was held in Seattle, Washington, May 2-4. The ULI Spring Meeting provided an exclusive opportunity for Full Members to connect with every sector of real estate, building relationships by bringing together top decision-makers and industry experts from a broad spectrum of backgrounds. A series of seminars and candid discussions with thought leaders on the most important topics and trends in real estate took place; with a special keynote address from former Vice President, Joseph R. Biden, Jr. 2017 Spring Meeting Roundup HIGHLIGHTS ULI is its Members … Read More
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“Five Minutes With…” Michael Montante, Vice President at Uniland – developer of the Delaware North Building in Buffalo, winner of the 2017 ULI NY Awards for Excellence in Mixed-Use Development. What features of your project are you most proud of, and why? The Delaware North Building and its entire campus is a project dedicated to improving a neighborhood due to its strategic location in the Central Business District (CBD) of Buffalo, NY. We are most proud that we took an underutilized, contaminated site and a distressed building and transformed them into … Read More