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Make the most of your ULI membership – get involved with a committee or initiative that helps grow our community. If you enjoy working on strengthening your District Council, we welcome your talents on such committees as Membership, Sponsorship or Programming Planning. Or, help us … Read More
Connecting with People Establishing partnerships and creating networks. At ULI, you will find unparalleled networking opportunities and the right mix of professionals to share experiences with while building relationships with new clients and partners. The member network includes the most influential leaders and decision makers … Read More
Our sponsors comprise the leading real estate industry companies in the region. Corporate Sponsors receive a number of benefits for their contributions, in addition to the satisfaction of knowing 100% of their funds are going to support ULI’s local programs, educational activities, and research.
Much has been written about the 1111 Lincoln Road project in Miami Beach, Florida, since its completion in 2010. Essentially a parking garage, it has been featured in the majority of high-profile architecture publications and hailed as a bold and intellectually stimulating piece of modern … Read More
Urban Land Institute’s Southeast Florida/Caribbean District Council today announced that it has been named a recipient of The Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s 2014 Community Development Grant. The grant is part of a $402,500 collective donation to address issues related to affordable housing and neighborhood … Read More
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
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