Monthly Archives: November 2013

ULI’s MacCleery Talks Infrastructure at Atlantic Dialogues Conference

Cities should build infrastructure at the human scale, ULI Senior Vice President Rachel MacCleery told an international audience in Morocco for the Atlantic Dialogues, a conference co-founded by The German Marshall Fund and the OCP Foundation. Watch the presentation.

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A New Voice in Town: Urban Design Centers

A hybrid of city code authorities and civic boosters, design centers promote downtown aesthetics and walkability, one project at a time. Read the article at Urban Land magazine.

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Graduate Students: Form a Team to Compete for $50,000

The Hines Student Urban Design Competition simulates the development process by challenging students to tackle a real land use challenge in a U.S. city. The winning team takes home $50,000. Enter your team by Dec. 9.

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Get an Inside Look at Developments With Two New ULI Case Studies

ULI Case Studies showcase innovative approaches and best practices in real estate and urban development. Each case study provides project data, videos, photos, floor plans, and analysis of the development process and financing. View the two new case studies and videos for Chicago’s Harper Court and Sullivan Center, which were produced with the support of Allen Matkins.

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ULI Works: Fall Meeting Essentials

The 2013 ULI Fall Meeting is upon us!  As you plan your itinerary and pack your bags for Chicago, here are some things to keep in mind: Chicago is experiencing a mild November, with expected temps in the mid to low 50s. (That’s still flip-flop weather for Midwesterners!) Lake Michigan is beautiful in any season, so bring comfortable shoes and take the 15-minute walk from McCormick Place to 31st Street Harbor, the newest addition to the lakefront. Where are you going to eat? We’ve got you covered. ULI Chicago members compiled … Read More

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