Thirty South Florida real estate professionals named to ULI's 2021 Leadership Institute
ULI names thirty South Florida CRE professionals to the fourth class of its Leadership Institute
Next week, a panel of local land use experts representing the Urban Land Institute (ULI) will be studying the City of Lauderhill’s Broward Boulevard and NW 31st Ave/M.LK. Jr. Ave corridors. The Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) has been convened to provide recommendations for new development and redevelopment along both Broward Blvd and NW 31st Ave.
The ULI panel, chaired by Neisen Kasdin of Akerman, will be studying the community March 10-16, during which the panel will conduct a guided tour of the study area, review background materials on the area’s background and historical context, and hear from community members, property owners, and residents during a public listening session on Monday, March 15th.
The panel will present their findings and final recommendations at a public presentation on the evening of March 17th.
The study area includes the M.L.K Jr. / 31st Ave Corridor from NW 19th Street in the north to W Broward Boulevard in the south. Panelists will conduct a thorough review of all aspects of community development and provide recommendations to the city regarding:
ULI Governance Committee Member and former District Council Chair Neisen Kasdin, Managing Partner of Akerman Miami will serve as the panel’s chair.
Kasdin will be joined on the panel by Jessica Abramson, Senior Development Manager, Stiles, along with Larry Beame, Principal of RSP Architects; Keith Carswell, Advisor to the Mayor for the City of Miami; Daniel Dietch, Project Engineer at SCS Engineering; Derek Fleming, Senior Advisor, HR&A Advisors; and Alberto Gedaly, Panel Intern and Student, University of Miami MRED+U.