Nashville, Tennessee: A Governors Advisory Program Panel Report

With economic conditions improving in Tucson (and throughout the country) and a new streetcar line being put in place for summer 2014, downtown Tucson is primed to catalyze citywide growth. The city of Tucson asked the Urban Land Institute to identify what type of development is recommended for the vacant land within the study area, a 500-acre section of central and western downtown, spanning past Interstate 10. …
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Advisory Services Panel—Northern Colorado: Estes Park, Fort Collins, and Loveland (Resilience Panel)

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The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado invited the cities of Fort Collins and Loveland and the Town of Estes Park to sponsor an Advisory Services Resilience Panel. The goal of the panel was to develop optimal regional strategies to mitigate the effects of natural disasters such as the historic 2013 Flood and fires that threaten their communities almost annually, and to recover from and adapt to such disasters. …
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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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