Monthly Archives: June 2013

Lynn Thurber Named the New Chairman of ULI

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WASHINGTON (July 1, 2013) – Lynn Thurber, chairman of LaSalle Investment Management in Chicago, has been named the new chairman of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a global non-profit research and education institute dedicated to leadership in land use and creating thriving communities worldwide. Thurber, a ULI leader and former treasurer of the institute, will serve on a voluntary basis for a two-year term that ends June 30, 2015. A member of ULI since 2004, Thurber plans to emphasize building on the progress made by the institute in recent years … Read More

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Welcome Ann Seurer!

Ann Seurer

ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean is pleased to welcome Ann Seurer as a new Associate in the Lighthouse Point office. Ann comes to us from Minnesota with a diverse professional and educational background. She has spent the last three years working as a Program Assistant for the Midwest Assistance Program, a nonprofit organization that assists low income, rural communities with their infrastructure issues. Ann has a BAS in Applied Engineering, with a focus on Environmental Science, and is currently working on her Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning. Ann is especially excited … Read More

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ULI Florida Summit in the News

The Naplesnews.com real estate journalist hears about desire for walkable neighborhoods at the ULI Florida Summit. From rethinking the sprawl that makes us flabby to finding ways to make office buildings greener, Florida’s developers are looking at ways to respond to changing consumer demands. Their motives aren’t entirely selfless. Construction was the hardest-hit industry in Florida during the recession, falling 49.7 percent from January 2007 to now and has yet to rebound completely, said Maureen McAvey, senior resident fellow at the Urban Land Institute, which held its annual summit for … Read More

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