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ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean News

Six lessons learned at the Urban Land Institute…

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Many of the big players in the Miami condo market, including Related Group CEO Jorge Perez, convened Friday for an Urban Land Institute event. The Miami Condo Market Symposium at the Epic hotel came at the time when 290 condo towers are in some stage … Read More

Uptown Urban Village – Latest ULI TAP

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The District Council recently presented the Fort Lauderdale City Commission with a two-day Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) report on how to reconfigure a job and transit-rich corridor along the Cypress Creek/I-95 area into a walkable, livable neighborhood. The study was requested by the City of … Read More

District Council To Host 2nd Annual Miami…

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Industry-Leading Real Estate Developers, Financiers, And Investors To Discuss Key Trends Impacting The Region Miami – November 14, 2014 – The Urban Land Institute’s Southeast Florida / Caribbean District Council is pleased to announce its 2nd annual upcoming event, the Miami Condo Market Symposium. The … Read More

Addressing Rising Sea Levels in South Florida…

The City of Hollywood, Florida, required the Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort project to use materials that will break away in storms for any outdoor facilities that are within 45 feet (13.7 m) of the beach and to use native trees like the coco palm that can withstand severe winds. (Rendering Courtesy of Lojeta Group)

State and municipal governments are taking steps to ensure the safety of their coastal communities by implementing more stringent design and building standards for new construction and redevelopment projects. They also are beginning to replace old infrastructure with flexible systems that can adapt to future … Read More