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Al. Neyer Recruits Christina Walker to Executive Human Resource Leadership Role


Al. Neyer has named Christina A. Walker vice president of human resources in a calculated move to implement strategic processes for human capital, talent recruitment, and company growth. Walker has more than 20 years of human resources experience, most recently as an executive leader of human resources at G&J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers, Inc., in Deerfield Twp., Ohio. Walker has extensive experience in developing and fostering a strong organizational culture including integration of best practices for attraction, retention, engagement of employees and succession planning. She is also skilled in in helping companies … Read More

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Charitable Suds

Rhinegeist Brewery and Cincinnati Public Radio Present Charitable Suds to benefit Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati. Stop by Rhinegeist Brewery on September 27, 2017 from 5:00-8:00 PM.

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Mayor’s Land Use & Development Forum


  Mayor’s Land Use & Development Forum in partnership with ULI Kentucky is being held August 3-4, 2017.  The registration deadline is July 31. The Mayor’s VIP Cocktail Reception is a free event for ULI Members and Sponsors Only (Become a member today!) and will be held August 3 from 5:30-8:00 PM at the Louisville Metro Hall, 527 West Jefferson Street. A PechaKucha Program will begin at 7:15 PM. Click here to register for the VIP Cocktail Reception. Land Use & Development Forum – August 4, 2017 7:30 AM – … Read More

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ULI Cincinnati Hires an Executive Director


CINCINNATI, OH – Urban Land Institute (“ULI”) Cincinnati announces Lydia Jacobs-Horton will start as Executive Director effective July 14, 2017.  This is a pivotal moment for the professional real estate organization.  Until now, the group has been led solely by volunteers, but with the newly-created position, ULI Cincinnati plans to elevate the awareness of the group and its service to the community. “With Lydia’s guidance, we anticipate ULI having an even greater impact on our region.  She brings with her an incredible track record of leadership in the real estate sector,” … Read More

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Home in America: Immigrants and Housing Demand


Over the past two decades, immigrants account­ed for about 28 percent of all household growth in the United States and have been a critical factor in the housing market’s recent recovery. Immigration policy is poised potentially to have a big impact on the continued improvement and overall health of the U.S. housing market. Home in America: Immigrants and Housing Demand examines the influence of immigrants in shaping urban growth patterns, particularly those who have entered the U.S. since the Great Among the key findings from the report: Without growth … Read More

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Harvesting the Value of Water Stormwater, Green Infrastructure, and Real Estate


Through regulations or incentives, more cities are looking to the private sector real estate community to help them manage stormwater runoff. Harvesting the Value of Water explains why stormwater is important to cities, outlines the policy landscape, and includes eleven case studies of innovative approaches to green infrastructure that had positive financial, operational, or design outcomes. Learn how developers and designers: Increased developable land Reduced drainage system costs Enhanced property value Improved amenities, aesthetics, and marketing appeal Read the Full Report This complimentary report was made possible by the generous … Read More

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ULI is its Members


You deliver on our mission. You enhance our communities. You shape the future of our industry. We wanted to know how we could make an even greater impact and provide an even better experience for members. You told us how important ULI is to you and what could be improved. We have listened and we have made substantial changes. Fundamentally, this means more opportunities for more members. Watch the full video to see how we are improving the ULI experience. Our work is not finished. We are just getting started. … Read More

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Request for Qualifications Downtown Dayton


The City of Dayton, Ohio is pleased to present to qualified developers a prime development opportunity in downtown Dayton. The subject location is at the northwest corner of Ludlow and Fourth streets. Qualifications are sought for developers that have demonstrated experience with complex, mixed-use urban development projects. The purpose of the RFQ is to find a development entity with the vision and experience to create a signature redevelopment effort and who will work with the City in a public-private partnership. The overall objectives include: Discover the level of interest from … Read More

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Unlocking the Tri-State Region: Foreign Direct Investment Symposium on March 31


The City of Cincinnati Department of Community and Economic Development, in partnership with Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI) Cincinnati, is hosting a foreign direct investment (FDI) Symposium entitled Unlocking the Tri-State Region on March 31, 2017. The City is partnering with key stakeholders to provide an advanced understanding of how foreign direct investment can help grow the regional economy. The event will concentrate on foreign direct investment strategy as it relates to capital flows into infrastructure and real estate, and manufacturing, trade and workforce. OCO Global Chief Executive Officer Mark … Read More

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ULI’s 2015 Annual Report

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The 2015 Annual Report is the story of ULI pushing the envelope, every day, around the globe, helping foster better decisions … 2016 Urban Land Institute.

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