Announcing the 2023 Vision Awards Project of the Year Finalists
ULI Southeast Florida / Caribbean names five finalists for its 2023 Project of the Year Award.
ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean is seeking proposals from nonprofit and public sector entities for Leadership Projects for the upcoming academic year of the Leadership Institute.
Leadership Projects are pro-bono advisory service projects offered through the Leadership Institute that seek to provide solutions to tangible land use and real estate challenges faced by local non-profit organizations and public entities. Projects are completed by teams of Leadership Institute participants during the nine-month program. Past project clients include Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority, City of West Palm Beach, Habitat of Humanity Broward, Miami-Dade County Parks, and FAT Village.
“Working with the Leadership Institute to address two important urban development initiatives was incredibly rewarding for our organization. It’s rare to be able to capture the energy and expertise of a diverse array of industry leaders and we hope to be selected for a Leadership project again in the future”.
– Jenni Morejon, President & CEO, Fort Lauderdale Downtown Development Authority
The Leadership Institute provides a powerful local resource to help guide the responsible development of the Southeast Florida/Caribbean region by strengthening connections among area professionals that guide and influence Southeast Florida/Caribbean real estate development. The nine-month program seeks to develop the next generation of industry leaders that share ULI’s commitment to responsibility in land use and development and in growing thriving communities. More information
Proposed Leadership Projects should be tangible real estate issues where clients require direction and advice to solve a problem they may not otherwise have the resources or funds to address.
Leadership Project Teams will work with clients to:
Who is Eligible
Non-profit organizations, governments, and public agencies facing complex land use and real estate challenges in the Southeast Florida Region.
Participating Clients must commit to: