The Associate is a professional position within the district council. As an integral part of the district council team, the Associate serves as a professional liaison among the district council, ULI headquarters, and Los Angeles real estate, planning, and development professionals. Oftentimes, the Associate is the face of the ULI Los Angeles District Council—members call the Associate first for assistance and information, so it is imperative that he or she be courteous and friendly with and for whom they work. The position necessitates that the Associate be able to travel to district council events and functions and work occasionally in the early mornings or evenings. This is a full-time exempt position at the Urban Land Institute….Continue Reading
The City of Northglenn is pleased to announce the Civic Center Campus and Community Center Drive Master Plan Project. The City is seeking statements of qualifications from consultant teams experienced in municipal campus master planning and corridor/streetscape planning. …Continue Reading
The ULI Houston District Council is searching for a District Council Manager to join their team. The ideal candidate will have a passion for urban planning and possess excellent communications and organizational skills. The District Council Manager’s overall responsibility will include planning and executing programs for Houston, as well as collaborating with district councils in Austin, north Texas, and San Antonio. This entails working closely with the Executive Director, Manager, Chair, volunteers, and other committee members to set the vision and execute logistics.
The District Council Manager is a professional position within the district council, serving as a liaison between the Executive Director of ULI Houston/San Antonio, the other Texas district council offices, and ULI headquarters in Washington, D.C., ensuring that all work is consistent with ULI’s policies and procedures, and that ULI Houston’s goals and objectives are met and ULI’s mission is carried forth.
The Triangle Associate position is part-time exempt (20-30 hours per week) and will report to the the Executive Director, Triangle District Council. As an integral part of the District Council team, the Associate serves as a professional liaison between the District Council, ULI headquarters, and ULI Triangle real estate, planning and development professionals. The Associate is one of the faces of the District Council – members call them first for assistance and information, so it is imperative that the Associate be courteous and friendly. The position necessitates the Associate be able to travel occasionally to District Council events throughout the area and attend meetings, events or programs in the early mornings or evenings….Continue Reading
The Senior Associate will play a critical communications role in the department’s objectives to ensure that ULI’s 73 District and National Councils (D/NCs) operate efficiently and effectively. In conjunction with the department’s team, the Senior Associate will be responsible for facilitating a variety of department communications about events, programs, and initiatives that support the work of the field staff and volunteer member leaders who run each D/NC. He/she will identify and prioritize communication opportunities and manage the appropriate mix of communication programs, channels, and vehicles that foster the exchange of useful information and alignment of ULI activities across the network. …Continue Reading
The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Greenprint Center for Building Performance, a worldwide alliance of leading real estate owners, investors and financial institutions committed to improving energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions across the global property industry, has announced the addition of Abundant Power as its newest innovation partner….Continue Reading
News from the ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative: January 21, 2015…Continue Reading
The Administrative Assistant to the CTO performs administrative and communications duties for the CTO….Continue Reading
Competition for prime assets in Europe’s major real estate markets is leading property investors to continue their move into secondary assets and recovering markets, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Europe 2015, a forecast published jointly by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PwC. The report highlights a surge in popularity for real estate investment opportunities in a number of cities that were hit particularly hard during the last market downturn, with dramatic rises in this year’s city rankings for Madrid (up 16 positions), Athens (up 23 positions), Birmingham (up 14 positions), Amsterdam (up 17 positions) and Lisbon (up 17 positions)….Continue Reading
The panel studied the Fort Norfolk neighborhood, previously known as Atlantic City, which lies just northwest of downtown Norfolk. …Continue Reading