ULI New York Provides Development and Connectivity Strategies in University Heights ULI New York is currently convening a Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) at the request of the New York City Department of City Planning in the University Heights neighborhood of the Bronx. Volunteer ULI members for the TAP, which is taking place July 23-24, will evaluate the development potential of the Harlem River waterfront sites immediately adjacent to the University Heights Bridge. With the goal of improving pedestrian access and creating a more integrated and complete community, the panel will … Read More
ULI New York Broadway Junction TAP On June 25 and 26, ULI New York members completed a Technical Assistance Panel for the NYC Department of City Planning in the Brooklyn neighborhood surrounding the Broadway Junction New York City Subway station complex located at the border of the Bedford-Stuyvesant and East New York neighborhoods. The panel, consisting of a multi-discinplinary team of ULI member experts, was charged with assisting the NYC Department of City Planning with strategies to incentivize large-scale and mixed-use development along the key blocks between Fulton Street and Atlantic Avenue … Read More
Call for Panelists! University Heights Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) University Heights — Bronx, NY July 23-24, 2014 ULI New York is seeking panelists for an upcoming TAP, details are below. If you are interested in serving as a panelist, please contact Sarah Krautheim. During this two-day program, a panel of 6-12 ULI members provide local governments and non-profits with the information and tools needed to move projects from the backburner to full steam ahead through a two day, free consultation service. Master plans, achieving a broader tax base, market feasibility, and financial structuring are … Read More
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Seventeen grants totaling $250,000 and targeted for projects ranging from Technical Assistance Program (TAP) panels to workshops have been awarded to ULI district and national councils through ULI’s Urban Innovation Grant program. The recipients were announced on Tuesday, November 5 at ULI’s 2013 Fall Meeting in Chicago. ULI New York was among the recipients and will use the grant for Build Healthy, Sustainable Communities: A TAP Panel Series. This project is a series of two two-day TAP panels to develop further implementation strategies for the New York City Department of City Planning … Read More