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ULI Foundation secures million-dollar gift to help cities solve complex land use challenges
ULI Foundation Secures Million-Dollar Gift to Help Cities Solve Complex Land Use Challenges

The ULI Foundation has announced a $1 million donation from long-time ULI leader and trailblazer in multi-family and residential real estate, James D. Klingbeil, through the Klingbeil Family Foundation. The gift will support ULI’s Advisory Services program, which has provided holistic, tailored land use solutions and best practices to cities and communities for the past 75 years.

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Nancy and Geoffrey Stack Family Foundation Donates $5M to the ULI Foundation
Stack Family Foundation Donates $5 Million

The Nancy and Geoffrey Stack Family Foundation has generously donated $5 million to the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Foundation, directing the gift to the ULI Chair’s Fund, which was established to build a $50 million endowment of unrestricted funding for ULI’s programs and operations.

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