Monthly Archives: October 2013

After Sandy: ULI Looks at Mitigating Climate Change Through Land Use

The reality of climate change will forever change community building, according to a new ULI report. Leading up to the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, ULI has prepared After Sandy: Advancing Strategies for Long-Term Resilience and Adaptability. Learn more. This panel was convened at the request of ULI New York, ULI Northern New Jersey, and ULI Philadelphia, with the support of the ULI Foundation. Our very own Jim Murley, SE FL/Caribbean ULI member also served on the panel.

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Miami’s Red Hot Condo Market: Upcoming Symposium

The District Council is pleased to announce its successful event, the Miami Condo Market Symposium: Embracing Boom & Bust Cycles. The event is was on October 29th at the Four Seasons Hotel in Miami from 8:00 a.m. until 11:45 a.m. The symposium’s keynote speaker was Jonathan J. Miller, President and CEO of Miller Samuel Inc. Mr. Miller, a nationally recognized expert in real estate valuation whose market reports are considered the “report of record” by leading financial institutions, media outlets, and federal and state agencies. A series of three panel discussions featured a definitive … Read More

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Comment on FL Energy Resiliency Report

FYI – Florida’s eleven regional planning councils have released a stakeholder review draft of the Florida Energy Resiliency Report for the State of Florida. This report was prepared as part of a project supported by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, U.S. Department of Energy, and Florida Office of Energy. The Florida Energy Resiliency Report includes a survey of public attitudes related to energy costs and tolerance for alternative choices; considers the circumstances of energy issues that are specific to Florida; and contains sophisticated economic analysis based on … Read More

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