Advisory Services Panel—San Bernardino, California

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A ULI panel was convened in September 2014 to examine the San Bernardino Line. The focus of the ULI Advisory Services Panel was to evaluate the market opportunities and constraints throughout the SB Line that currently exist or can reasonably be forecast to exist in the future with the underlying objective to develop an integrated land use/transit vision for the corridor….
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The Advisory Services Times-Dispatch, September 2014

This installment of our newsletter includes links to more information about the last few panels completed by ULI Advisory Services; and an overview of two recently completed panels – Northern Colorado (Resilience Panel) and Downtown Clearwater, Florida,a list of upcoming panels this summer and spotlight on Jim Heid, a longstanding member and active leader at ULI….
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Advisory Services Panel—North End, Charlotte, North Carolina

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In April, ULI was asked to conduct and Advisory Services panel to specifically focus on the feasibility of an innovation aspect within Charlotte’s North End corridor. The panel was asked to assess how this could be a catalyst for new land uses and neighborhood revitalization as well as the appropriate types of supporting uses and development to realize the area’s new vision….
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Advisory Services Panel—Vancouver, British Columbia

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he ULI panelists were asked to provide strategic advice about implementing transit enhancements along the Broadway Corridor – a key east-west 13km connector and business hub – and suggest best practices that TransLink, the regional transit authority and the City of Vancouver should consider as the planning initiative progresses. …
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Advisory Services Panel—Raleigh–Durham International Airport (RDU), North Carolina

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ULI was asked by the Raleigh–Durham Airport Authority to address land owned by the Airport that is not designated or may be required for future aeronautical purposes in a manner that benefits the Research Triangle Region and to identify additional long-term revenue to the Airport Authority that complements the operation of the Airport….
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