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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Mark Carroll, Vice President of Development from Skanska, joins the all-star panel for the ULI Washington Young Leader Chinatown Event on May 1st. The panel now includes: Doug Jemal, Founder and President, Douglas Development Tom Wilbur, Senior Vice President – Development, Akridge Jason Jacobson, Group Vice President of Development, Archstone Mark Carroll, Vice President – Development, Skanska For more information about the event and to register for the almost sold out event, click here.
At the invitation of the District of Columbia Library System, a ULI Advisory Services panel convened in Washington, D.C., in November to evaluate alternatives for the building housing the city’s central library. It is the District’s only building designed by famed architect Mies van der Rohe. The panel reported that building one or two additional stories atop the Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Library and making all or part of the larger building available for lease could generate as much as $4 million to $5.5 million annually to offset the … Read More
ULI celebrated 75 years of leadership in community building in December with a series of events in communities throughout the United States, including meetings with the mayors of Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and other cities. ULI’s district councils in the United States secured more than 35 proclamations from more than 75 public officials—including mayors and governors—recognizing the institute’s work in fostering the creation of vibrant living and working environments. They proclaimed December 14, the anniversary of ULI’s establishment in Chicago in 1936, as “ULI Day.” In New York City, Mayor Michael … Read More
March 24, 2012 So Others Might Eat (SOME) has been serving the District’s Homeless since 1970. With a commitment to giving back to our community, volunteers from the Washington DC’s ULI Young Leaders group served food, set tables, and washed dishes for a busy Saturday morning in SOME’s main dining room. The turnout of volunteers was amazing and, besides a few milk spills, went-off without a hitch. In sticking with it’s focus on Real Estate, the group toured a nearby development still under construction. Thank you to all who showed … Read More
Five local members are among the national industry experts and top decision makers featured at May’s ULI Spring Meeting 2012. They’ll present at the Charlotte Convention Center in North Carolina. Tuesday, May 8th: Anthony Chang, Cassidy Turley, Moderator for “Reframing Leadership: New Visions for Our Future” Wednesday, May 9th: Sean Davis, Morris & Ritchie Associates, Inc., Discussion Leader for “Urban Innovation and District Councils: Fostering Regional Cooperation” Erica Leatham, Ballard Spahr LLP, Discussion Leader for “Urban Innovation and District Councils: Changing the Game for Communities” Thursday, May 10th: Gadi Kaufmann, RCLCO, Moderator … Read More
News media contact: Lisa Rother - firstname.lastname@example.org, 202-506-0482 http://bit.ly/xwDOFJ NEWS MEDIA ADVISORY FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2012 ULI WASHINGTON REAL ESTATE TRENDS CONFERENCE TO FOCUS ON WHAT’S NEXT FOR GSA, DOD ULI Washington’s 15th annual Washington Real Estate Trends conference on April 17, 2012 will take an in-depth look at “what’s next?” for all major trends affecting the Washington real estate market , including the future demand for office space from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the Federal government. In light of recent developments at the U.S. General … Read More
The Washington District Council of the Urban Land Institute is seeking nominations for its 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award to honor a member of the real estate and urban planning profession in early December 2012 at a gala award dinner event at the National Building Museum. The Nomination form can be found at the link below, in addition to more details about the award, the criteria for nomination and a list of the previous award winners. www.surveymonkey.com/s/ULINomination Thank you in advance for your participation in our Lifetime Achievement Award nomination process.