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Dallas Advisory Services Panel Report Now Available

Dallas must invest in its communities in and around the Walnut Hill/Denton Drive Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) station by centering on the needs of people in the community, addressing safety and climate concerns, and building upon the areas of strength, according to a new Advisory Services panel report.

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ULI Celebrates Black History Month

In the spirit of Black History Month, ULI would like to highlight what the Institute is doing to continue to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion, both as an organization and for the real estate industry as a whole.

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NEW REPORT: ULI Sustainability Outlook 2021

The ULI Sustainability Outlook 2021 is the Institute’s first-ever look ahead on issues that are specific to ESG-related concerns in the real estate industry. Members from ULI’s Sustainable Development Council (SDC), along with ULI Global Chairman Owen D. Thomas and ULI Trustee Ken Hubbard, contributed to this report. From ESG investing to grid-interactive buildings, and from climate risk to healthy buildings, it’s an exciting time for the real estate industry to advance sustainability.

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Building Climate Resilience in Cities Worldwide

New research from ULI and the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) calls on cities worldwide to recognize their common challenges in building climate resilience. This research combines the expertise and experiences of five cities around the world – Hong Kong, Miami, New York, Rotterdam, and Singapore.  Read more on Knowledge Finder.

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Final Showdown – UrbanPlan National Competition
In 2020, ULI held its first-ever UrbanPlan National Student Competition. Ten teams of high school students who completed UrbanPlan in 2020 at school joined. They went through the UrbanPlan exercise again but responded to an additional set of criteria from the city that prompted them to consider COVID-19 and its impact on a community.