April 4th, 2019 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Charlotte Marriott SouthPark How is SouthPark shifting from a suburban activity center to an urbanized district with a unique urban character? The once retail dependent market is now integrating housing and employment into mixed use trends as the district grows. The 2016 ULI SouthPark Report and specific major projects are contributing to a more meaningful, connected fabric of transportation and pedestrian systems. Panelists will dive into how this momentum has shaped development in this area and how future projects, like the Cultural Loop, are helping realize … Read More
Check out this video of mobile tours at the 2019 ULI Carolinas’ Meeting.
Get a quick snapshot on the overall Charlotte office market, specifically digging into how Charlotte is now a top 25 tech market largely due to fintech growth. The webinar will focus on tech absorption, why CLT is an attractive location for these companies, and macro trends of tech tenancy to name a few. Members are encouraged to reserve your conference room and invite others from your office to participate. Speaker: David Smith, Head of Occupier Research, Cushman & Wakefield
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More than 750 ULI members from North and South Carolina met in Raleigh, NC February 11-12th to connect, learn, and engage at the 2019 Carolinas’ Meeting. The 6th annual meeting leaped into the future with discussions about sustainable development, technology and embracing change. See more photos here!
Receive your copy of Emerging Trends in Real Estate® when you join ULI this month. Learn where you should invest; which sectors and markets offer the best prospects; and what are the trends in capital markets that will affect real estate. Join us today using source code TRENDS. Attend local and regional events, meet with potential partners, and discover opportunities to be involved.
Apply for the Capital Markets Council The mission of the ULI Charlotte Capital Markets Council (CMC) is to engage each member on substantive capital market trends and larger financial issues that affect each of us individually and our industry more broadly. We structure the content to facilitate two-way conversations with the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. The key to success of the Council is rich dialogue among senior-level industry experts. The CMC convenes a group of ULI Members and Capital Markets professionals to: Inform and update its members on current … Read More
ULI Charlotte is proud to welcome our new members since December 26th. Find out more about ULI Charlotte here. David Thames, Wells Fargo Bank – Commercial Real Estate Banking Joseph Hart, Greystar Jason Pritchard Rusty Gibbs, The Nichols Company Frank Bryant, Trade Winds Ryan Doherty, Progressive AE Ben Douglas, Crescent Communities Vince Savarese, Cenero Michael Miller, Citisculpt LLC Eric Liebich, Commercial Real Estate Jarad McCray, Citisculpt LLC John Barnes, Thomas & Hutton Engineering Corey Ellis, II, DPR Associates, Inc. Nirzarni Coston, Georgetown University Julie Jackson, Gensler Karli Kulhanek, Georgetown University David Rimmer, Envirotrol Kate Bowers, Moseley Architects Robert Settle, Commercial Carolina Rochelle Federal, Insite Properties, LLC … Read More
Andrew Rosti is director of investments at Grubb Properties in Charlotte. The most satisfying part of his job, he says, is “working through unique capital structures and working creatively to attract new capital.” What helps him do his job well is also what he considers his greatest leadership strength: a well-developed sense of patience. Patience and a determination to overcome obstacles are two traits that served Andrew well recently, while working on the Park at Perimeter Center East in the Atlanta suburb of Dunwoody. Grubb Properties had been working with … Read More
A panel of ULI members presented the final Technical Assistance Program (TAP) report to the Town Commission on January 22. The Town of Waxhaw asked the ULI Charlotte to conduct a TAP that would assist Town leadership in determining the highest and best use for several municipally-owned properties in the historic downtown district. Panelists were asked to study the potential land uses and economic viability of four “core” parcels, as well as five additional “peripheral” parcels that either serve a civic function for the Town or sit adjacent to other … Read More
Have you registered for the ULI Carolinas’ Meeting in Raleigh? CONVERGE with hundreds of professionals at the leading regional meeting | CONNECT and build your network, allowing new ideas and solutions to surface, break down silos and inspire new approaches | CREATE heightened collaboration and learning exchange to help you identify and apply solutions that will optimize efficiencies, solve challenges and propel you forward. Check out who is planning to attend and register today. Click here to view a list of attendees.