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Built By Women Call For Nominations

Built By Women Call For Nominations The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF) is looking to identify 100 outstanding structures and built environments, contemporary or historic, that were designed and/or constructed by women for their Built By Women New York City recognition honor. BWAF, an organization dedicated to changing the building industry culture to allow for greater acknowledgement and respect of women’s work, is currently accepting nominations. Built By Women nominations require that the structures and built environments must have been a woman-led design (architecture, engineering or landscape) or construction, from … 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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ULI Members Carl Weisbrod and Alicia Glen Appointed to Mayor de Blasio’s Administration

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Former ULI Trustee, Carl Weisbrod Named Mayor de Blasio’s Department of City Planning Commission Chair New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio named former Urban Land Institute Trustee, Carl Weisbrod as the new chairman of the city’s planning commission. With over 35 years experience, Mr. Weisbrod is considered to be a plugged-in real estate consultant and was the former co-chair of the new Mayor’s transition team. “Carl is a quintessential New Yorker. He brings a real passion for our neighborhoods and our diversity across the five boroughs. And he also … Read More

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