ULI Regional Spotlight: Florida

$5 billion in development is taking place in the northern side of Miami, including Miami Worldcenter...

About ULI Southeast Florida / Caribbean

Here at the Urban Land Institute our mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating a sustainable, thriving future for our communities. We carry forth that mission by serving the Southeast Florida and Caribbean region with pragmatic land use expertise and education.

ULI Southeast Florida / Caribbean has over 1000 public and private sector members. Our members are involved in all aspects of real estate development and land use processes. LEARN MORE ABOUT US

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Connect with colleagues during #ULIFall special events at unique and exciting venues including @TheWharfDC and La Cosecha at @UnionMarketDC.

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#ULI recommendations included giant floodgates at the mouth of the #MiamiRiver, a specific tax for the waterfront area or a vacancy fee, and working with developers to encourage high density development on high ground, near mass transit and away from the vulnerable coast.

A plan for the future of the historic #LittleHavana neighborhood was released yesterday after two years of preparation. The collaboartion is being led by @Plusurbia, the National Trust and private sector developers.

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What's Happening at ULI Southeast Florida / Caribbean

  • Brett Gelsomino of ZOM Living and Marty Busekrus of Ciminelli Real Estate lead a discussion at the 2019 Leadership Institute‘s Capital Markets program day.

    Photo By Jean-Pierre Gautreaux - April 18, 2019

  • ULI members network and socialize at the 2019 annual Members Reception at ZOM Living’s new project Muze at Met Miami on April 9, 2019

    Photo By Korey Davis - April 9, 2019

  • ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean members network and socialize at the annual Members Reception at Muze at Met Miami on April 9, 2019

    Photo By Korey Davis - April 9, 2019

  • Photo By Korey Davis - January 23, 2019

  • Mike Jackson of AutoNation speaks at the 2019 Fort Lauderdale Forum with Vinnie Viola and Bob Swindell on February 23rd, 2019 at the Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale

    Photo By Korey Davis - February 23, 2019

  • Photo By Korey Davis - January 23, 2019

  • Kevin Smith, Colin Trabold, and Chris Roog of the 2019 Leadership Institute work on their Leadership Project advising the City of Tamarac on how to reinvigorate the city’s blighted retail centers.

    Photo By Jean-Pierre Gautreaux - April 18, 2019

  • Photo By Laura Magruder - December 02, 2018

  • Photo By Korey Davis - January 23, 2019

  • Felix Figueroa and Matt Shore speak to the 2019 Leadership Institute class about commercial debt and institutional equity at the program’s day on capital markets, sponsored by Wells Fargo.

    Photo By Jean-Pierre Gautreaux - April 18, 2019

  • Advisory Services Panel members Bob van der Zande (left) and Fernando Liaño Berjano study a map of Toa Baja during a field visit to various sites within the municipality of Toa Baja.

    Photo By Laura Magruder - December 02, 2018

  • Advisory Services Panelist Don Edwards reacts to ideas proposed by the resilience-focused team during the Urban Land Institute’s Advisory Services Panel for the municipality of Toa Baja, Puerto Rico. To his left, Jessica Boehland from The Kresge Foundation.

    Photo By Laura Magruder - December 02, 2018

  • ULI members attend the 2018 Miami Symposium on October 23, 2018 at the InterContinental Miami

  • Photo of the Palo Seco area, taken during ULI’s Advisory Services Panel in Toa Baja, PR in December 2018.

    Photo By Laura Magruder - December 02, 2018

  • Alan Ojeda of The Rilea Group speaks to members of the Leadership Institute on the program’s day on Capital Markets on April 18, 2019, sponsored by Wells Fargo.

    Photo By Jean-Pierre Gautreaux - April 18, 2019

  • Members of the public listen closely as the Urban Land Insitute’s Advisory Services Panel team presents their recommendations for the municipality of Toa Baja.

    Photo By Laura Magruder - December 03, 2018

  • Photo By Laura Magruder - December 02, 2018

  • Urban Land Institute Advisory Services Panel members’ welcome reception with Toa Baja residents, community activists and municipal personnel. Kamilah Acebal-Acevedo, panel intern, introduces herself to the guests during the panel’s formal introduction to the community. With her, left to right: Fernando Liaño Berjano, Chris Calott and Jacqueline Canales.

    Photo By Laura Magruder - December 03, 2018

  • Advisory Services Panel members and representatives from the municipality of Toa Baja pose for a photograph in Isla de Cabras, on the western shore of San Juan Bay.

    Left to right top row: Edgar Gomez, Desiree Pearlman, Dennis Roman (municipal representatives), Chris Calott, Don Edwards, Bob van der Zande, Michael Bloom, “Betito” Marquez (mayor of Toa Baja), James De Francia, Trini Rodriguez, Carlos Olmedo (former Planning Board Director of Toa Baja) Sarah Sieloff, Jessica Boehland (The Kresge Foundation), Jacqueline Canales, and Tom Roth.

    Front row, left to right: Grace Hill, Fernando Liaño Berjano, Leah Sheppard and Kamilah Acebal-Acevedo.

    Photo By Laura Magruder - December 03, 2018

  • Urban Land Insitute’s Advisory Services Panel presents their recommendations for the municipality of Toa Baja.

    Sitting in the front row (l-r): Ricardo Alvarez-Diaz (ULI-Puerto Rico chapter co-chair), Toa Baja mayor “Betito” Marquez, Alfredo Martinez Sanchez (vp of Puerto Rico Builders’ Association) and Jessica Boehland (The Kresge Foundation).

    Photo By Laura Magruder - December 03, 2018

  • Mark Gilbert, Craig Robins, and Kieran Bowers discuss retail placemaking in Miami at the 2018 Miami Symposium on October 23, 2018 at the InterContinental Miami.