ULI to Use National Survey to Help Local Leaders Better Understand Resident Preferences, Build Better Communities with $75,000 from Knight Foundation


The Urban Land Institute (ULI), a global research and education institute dedicated to leadership in land use, is launching a new initiative to help four U.S. cities – Charlotte, N.C.; Detroit, Philadelphia and San Jose, Calif. – better understand what people value in their communities in order to build more livable, successful cities. The initiative will connect the national results of ULI’s biannual survey of consumers regarding housing, transportation and communities to local data and regional trends for each of the cities to help them plan for the future. It is funded by $75,000 from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation….
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Content Director, Europe

ULI is seeking a Content Director, Europe, to join its Global Content team and develop ULI’s content programme of activities in Europe as part of the global content programme. Reporting to the Chief Content Officer (CCO), the Director will be responsible for the initiation, development, and execution of ULI Europe’s content plan in order to support the growth of the organisation in Europe and enhance its visibility. The role will be based in the London office….
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Resources Available – Housing Opportunity 2015: Better Places, Better Lives

ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing and Enterprise Community Partners hosted colleagues from across the country to explore critical issues in affordable housing development, finance, and design on July 13-15, 2015 in Minneapolis, MN. Attendees learned about topics such as changing demographics, lowering development costs, striving for net zero energy, and creating healthier communities full of opportunities to thrive. …
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Norman, Oklahoma — Advisory Services Panel


Given the growth and emergence of strong mixed-use urban industrial districts nationwide, MassDevelopment, and the cities of Malden and Everett tasked the panel to focus on the unique issues of land development in metro Boston’s urban core, in light of the additional land development activity and market need for increased housing, commercial space and the integration of these uses….
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