The Economic Development Authority of the City of Newport News, Virginia (EDA) is seeking a highly experienced design/development/build team to plan, design, build and market a premier, predominantly residential community at its 285-acre Endview tract located at 350 Yorktown Road in northern Newport News, Virginia (Endview). …Continue Reading
The Office Administrator will provide office management and administrative support to the ULI U.K. National Council team in helping to grow the organisation’s membership base and deliver member-led activities through the council’s programme of work. The role is responsible for looking after day-to-day administrative tasks, including preparing and issuing invoices, responding to enquiries from ULI members, preparing membership reports, scheduling meetings, and handling data management. Reporting to the Executive Director, ULI U.K., this position requires proficiency in working with databases, as well as good organisational and communication skills.
‘Deck parks’ restore community ties in neighborhoods divided by highways…Continue Reading
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 the Washington, D.C., area’s real estate, planning, and development professionals. The Associate is one of the faces of the District Council—members call the Associate first for assistance and information, so it is imperative that he or she be courteous and friendly. The position necessitates that 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.
The Associate serves as an informed resource for District Council committees, interfacing with these committees to ensure that all work is consistent with the Institute’s policies and procedures and that ULI Washington’s goals and objectives are met. The Associate works closely with the Executive Director to maintain administrative, financial, and office operations of the District Council, including membership, sponsorship, programs, communications, and community outreach.
The Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Delray Beach (CRA) hereby announces its intent to receive and consider Requests for Proposal (RFP) by qualified entities for the lease or purchase of vacant CRA-owned properties located on the south side of W. Atlantic Avenue, between SW 6th and SW 9th Avenues, Delray Beach, Florida, for redevelopment to provide a mixed-use development including a full-service grocery store….Continue Reading
A guide to can’t-miss sustainability-focused events and content at the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting in Boston….Continue Reading
The City of Miami Beach can build on its efforts to improve resilience with a broader strategy that factors in livability, green infrastructure and economic issues in addition to stormwater management, according to the Urban Land Institute (ULI). ULI’s recommendations are included in a report released this week following a visit to Miami Beach this past April by a group of land use and urban development experts convened by the Institute to advise municipal leaders on the effectiveness of the city’s plan to mitigate frequent flooding….Continue Reading
The Building Healthy Places Initiative is delighted to announce the 2018 participants in the ULI Health Leaders Network, a program generously supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Colorado Health Foundation, and ULI Foundation Governor Randall Lewis….Continue Reading
ULI’s Women’s Leadership Initiative is pleased to announce the awardees of the 2018 WLI Prologis Fall Meeting Scholarship….Continue Reading
Cities across the United States continue to make new commitments to global climate mitigation—240 municipalities have signed on to the We Are Still In campaign, referring to the Paris Agreement, and more than 50 cities now have set 100 percent renewable energy targets for the future….Continue Reading