Category Archives: Programs

Members-Only Webinar: Small-Scale Development: Two Case Studies

Members-Only Webinar: Small-Scale Development: Two Case Studies Wednesday, May 10, at 1:00 p.m. EDT As real estate development continues to offer opportunities for entrepreneurs, the small-scale developer must continue to develop expertise and to progress with industry trends. This webinar will look at two projects that successfully exemplify innovative small-scale development. Speakers:  Payton Chung, Director, Case Studies and Publications, Urban Land Institute, Washington, D.C. (moderator) Liz Dunn, Principal, Dunn + Hobbes, Seattle Lorenzo G. Perez, Co-founder, Venue Projects: Venue Builders, Phoenix REGISTER ULI Case Studies showcase innovative approaches and best practices in real estate … Read More

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ULI to Upgrade Online System


ULI will be upgrading its online member management system. These system enhancements will improve member value and make ULI more responsive to your needs. Time of outage: Wednesday, February 15, to Tuesday, February 21. For assistance registering for meetings during this period, please contact ULI Customer Service at 1-800-321-5011 or by email at Reference the appropriate event code(s): ULI Charlotte CoffeeTalk on March 2nd: 8105-1711   Carolinas’ Meeting: 8301-1702 . (See the Ticketed Events page for additional event codes.) We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your support in helping us improve … Read More

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2017 ULI Fall Meeting Session Proposal Site Now Accepting Ideas!


Do you have a BIG idea for a concurrent session at the 2017 ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles? We have created a site to help you inform the 2017 Fall Meeting. This site is a place for YOU to provide input on the meeting and is your chance to influence the content of the premier gathering of the real estate industry. Share up to five suggestions for the concurrent sessions you would like to see in Los Angeles. Use the themes of leadership, trends in real estate, and development … Read More

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Who’s Moving In? Who’s Moving Out?


Who’s Moving In? Who’s Moving Out? Come hear the updated statistics about migration f­lows into and out of Mecklenburg and surrounding counties within the Charlotte region. This program coincides with the release of the Calendar Year 2015 American Community Survey data, including volume of migration by characteristics such as age, location, income, employment and family/household size. Coverage will include the housing choices of migrants and information on comparable urban areas. If you want to learn more about the changing face of population in the Charlotte region, come to this program! Click … Read More

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Apply Now for ULI Fall Meeting Scholarships


 ULI and its partners offer the following scholarship opportunities for the 2016 Fall Meeting: Wells Fargo ULI Student Scholarship Program | 2016 Fall Meeting WLI Prologis Scholarship | 2016 Fall Meeting Rose Center Scholarship

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Apply Now for a Regional Initiative Council


Apply Now for Regional Initiative Councils Modeled after national product councils, the mission of the regional initiative council program is to convene councils comprised of ULI members to promote learning, build District Council leadership, share knowledge and expertise and encourage regional collaboration. The RICs provide opportunities for leadership and volunteer involvement in ULI, at the regional level, by promoting excellence in programming, by fostering a culture of openness, and by sharing issues critical to land use planning and real estate development. Click here for more information. Council Types and Topics Market … Read More

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ULI In the Community


Locally, ULI Charlotte TAPs (Technical Assistance Panels) provide similar services to local government and community-based non-profit organizations. Because of the diverse expertise of the members of the District Council, a broad array of issues can be evaluated. Member’s expertise is available on commercial retail, office, industrial, residential, and mixed land uses in a multiplicity of urban forms. Read More

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Download the 2014 Infrastructure Report

Around the world, communities are investing in infrastructure. Hundreds of billions are spent each year by countries around the globe maintaining existing infrastructure and expanding and enhancing systems. Despite the activity, there is always more to do, and nearly everywhere there is a sense that resources lag far behind the need. Download the full report here.

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CONNECT Our Future Invitation to Focus Groups

Are you familiar with CONNECT Our Future? What: Focus Group Meetings for Business and Development Interests When/Where: Cabarrus, Gaston, Lincoln, Mecklenburg, and Union counties Why: What factors make land more attractive to develop? Where are the ‘hot spots’ for future growth in the region? Your input is needed to determine the local, development related assumptions that will be used to build the regional scenario planning model, which will be used to measure the trade-offs and costs associated with competing future growth alternatives. Who: Economic developers, land development specialists, real estate professionals, site selection consultants, business location … Read More

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CONNECT Our Future on “Charlotte Talks”

CONNECT Our Future had a panel discussion on “Charlotte Talks,” on Monday, February 4, 2013.  The panel discussion featured Charlotte City Council Member David Howard, Allen Tate COO Pat Riley, Statesville Mayor Pro-Tem and Centralina Council of Governments Co-Chair Michael Johnson, and York Mayor and Catawba Regional Council of Governments Chair Eddie Lee.  A recording of the show will be available on the “Charlotte Talks” website at  

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