Senior Manager, Corporate Partnerships

Working with the Vice President of Corporate Partnerships, the Senior Manager position will be responsible for raising over $4 million of annual sponsorship revenue to support ULI’s two annual conferences in the Americas region and contributing to the growth of the Institute’s corporate partnership program. The position will support both the creation and execution of strategies to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward corporate sponsors and will be responsible for the account management of an assigned portfolio of sponsors and prospects. …
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Senior Associate, Center for Commercial Real Estate Economics/Finance

ULI is seeking a Senior Associate to help support the full range of activities of the ULI Center that focuses on real estate economics and finance.  Reporting to the Center’s Senior Vice President, this position will support the operational components of this program and have the ability to learn and grow into substantive areas.

Some of the on-going products that the Senior Associate would be involved with are Emerging Trends in Real Estate, Real Estate Economic Forecast, the McCoy Symposium, and Fall and Spring Meeting sessions. Other products are generated as new initiatives and partnerships are formed.

In addition to strong administrative and project management skills, they must place strong emphasis on: accuracy and attention to details; on-going communication with the Senior Vice President; a proactive and positive approach to the work; and the ability to meet multiple deadlines in a fast-paced environment.

They must also have strong interpersonal and customer-service skills and be able to interact with senior executives in a respectful and productive manner. ULI is a membership organization and the position requires contact and relationship-building with ULI members and leaders, district council leaders, product council leaders, funders, public officials, consultants, researchers, data providers, and authors….
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Associate, ULI Northwest

ULI Northwest is searching for a member to join our small team of highly energetic professionals. Our creative work group is the productive force behind an array of programs and initiatives in real estate development and land use in the Pacific Northwest. As the local district council of the Urban Land Institute, we carry forth ULI’s mission to connect the global real estate community.

The Associate is a professional position within the district council. As an integral part of the district council team, the Associate serves as a liaison among ULI headquarters, the district council, and ULI Northwest real estate and land use professionals. Often the Associate is the face of ULI Northwest, providing assistance and information, so it is imperative that the Associate is friendly, professional, and an informed resource about ULI. The Associate travels to ULI events throughout Washington state and Oregon and occasionally works early mornings and evenings for events. Some national and global travel occurs as well. The Associate will be a daily point of contact for all team members across the region.

The Associate serves as an informed resource for ULI’s Northwest’s operations, as well as some of the district council’s content-focused committees. The Associate will support the executive director and manager to ensure that all committee work is consistent with ULI’s policies and procedures and that the district council’s goals and objectives are met. The strongest candidate will be a highly organized, energetic “people person” able to multitask effectively with responsible follow-through.

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FCP Joins the Urban Land Institute’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance

FCP℠, a privately held real estate investment company, has joined the Urban Land Institute’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance (Greenprint). Greenprint is a worldwide alliance of the foremost real estate owners, investors and financial institutions committed to improving the environmental performance of the global real estate industry, with a particular emphasis on reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions….
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ULI’s Women’s Leadership Initiative and Prologis Promote Diversity in Real Estate Industry with WLI Prologis Achievement Awards to Female Real Estate Professionals

Ten outstanding female real estate professionals were recognized at the Urban Land Institute’s recent Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C. as the 2019 recipients of ULI’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) Prologis Achievement Award. Recipients of the prestigious award were hosted at the meeting by senior WLI members, who are serving as mentors to the awardees to help them advance in the industry and strengthen their engagement with ULI….
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Hemisfair – San Antonio, Texas – Advisory Service Panel

The Advisory Service Panel team came to San Antonio to provide strategic advice on the transformation of the eastern portion of the Hemisfair site downtown into an urban district with park space that serves as a focal point for the community.

The panel was conducted in conjunction with the 10-Minute Walk Campaign, a national movement striving to ensure that residents of urban neighborhoods throughout America have access to a high-quality park within a ten-minute walk from their homes. The 10-Minute Walk Campaign, which has been endorsed by over 230 mayors, involves a partnership between the Urban Land Institute, The Trust for Public Land, and the National Recreation and Park Association….
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Senior Associate, Sustainability

The Urban Land Institute’s Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance (CSEP) is seeking a Senior Associate to support implementation of key programs, undertake research, and coordinate activities across our center’s climate mitigation and resilience programs.

The person hired for this position will report to the Vice President for Content, Urban Resilience. This position will initially be a one-year to 18-month engagement, through December 2020, with the potential for an extension or a renewal.

ULI’s Urban Resilience program provides Institute members, the public, and communities across the United States with information on how to be more resilient in the face of climate change and other environmental vulnerabilities. The program seeks to provide technical assistance, advance knowledge, and catalyze the adoption of transformative practices for climate adaptation, including best practices in building design, urban development, and land use policy.

The Urban Resilience program’s portfolio includes research, convenings, outreach, partnerships with ULI’s network of district councils, and technical assistance projects for cities. Recent areas of focus have included climate risk and real estate investment, extreme heat and the built environment, and coastal resilience.

ULI’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance is a worldwide alliance of leading real estate owners, investors, and strategic partners committed to improving the environmental performance of the global real estate industry. Through measurement, benchmarking, knowledge sharing, and implementation of best practices, Greenprint and its members strive to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent by 2030.

Core areas of focus for Greenprint center on reducing carbon and thus building value across the built environment. This includes the development of research reports and resources on the business case for high-performance green buildings, the convening of market leaders to advance sustainability in real estate, the analysis of portfolio-wide benchmark performance of ULI Greenprint members, and the promotion of results to the broader ULI membership and real estate market at large.

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ULI’s Latest Real Estate Economic Forecast Sees Continued Growth for Economy and Industry

The Urban Land Institute’s latest Real Estate Economic Forecast shows that while real estate economists are tempering their views on economic growth in the U.S., they continue to forecast positive gross domestic product (GDP) growth, slower but solid job growth and steady real estate markets and returns through 2021.  …
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