ULI Announces 14 Finalists for the 2010 Awards for Excellence Competition Covering Europe, Middle East, and Africa

Seventeen developments from the Americas have been selected as finalists in this year’s Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Awards for Excellence: The Americas competition, widely recognized as the land use industry’s most prestigious recognition program. From this elite group, up to ten will be selected as winners of the competition, which will be announced April 16 in Boston during ULI’s Real Estate Summit at the Spring Council Forum….
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Efforts By Europe, U.S., Japan To Shore Up Ailing Financial Institutions Is Having Mixed Success, Says Too Big To Fail, A New Report From ULI Europe

Government intervention in different countries to shore up ailing financial institutions is having mixed success in reviving their respective economies and real estate markets, according to Too Big to Fail, a new report from the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Europe office. A common sentiment is that an industry recovery will hinge on the extent to which any immediate boost from the aid ultimately results in steady, predictable flows of private capital to real estate. …
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The Final Four: Teams From Harvard, Maryland, NC State/UNC, And Penn Are Finalists In 2010 ULI Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition

Teams from Harvard University, the University of Maryland, College Park, North Carolina State University/University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the University of Pennsylvania have been selected as the finalists for the eighth annual ULI (Urban Land Institute) Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition. The finalist teams were charged with the design of a development site in the city of San Diego….
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Urban Land Institute Advisory Services Panel To Offer Recommendations On Core To Shore Redevelopment In Oklahoma City

An advisory services panel from the Urban Land Institute is visiting Oklahoma City March 1-5, 2010, to provide strategic advice on the redeveloping the “Core to Shore” area of Oklahoma City. The panel, sponsored jointly by the City of Oklahoma and ULI Oklahoma, will be making recommendations on how best to leverage economic growth resulting from the upcoming Interstate-40/Crosstown Realignment. …
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