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CincyTAPs

The Cincinnati Technical Assistance Program (CincyTAP) connects high-level land use and real estate executives to communities in the Greater Cincinnati area with difficult development and planning issues.

CincyTAPs

Overview

The Cincinnati Technical Assistance Program (CincyTAP) connects high-level land use and real estate executives to communities in the Greater Cincinnati area with difficult development and planning issues.  CincyTAP is a service offered by the Cincinnati District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to assist Cincinnati-area and Northern Kentucky municipalities, counties, regions, and non-profits in the preliminary study of unique land use planning, development, and re-development issues.  The District Council’s goal is to make some of the best and brightest talent in the industry available to eligible entities and groups. Charged with providing guidance and feedback to help move specific projects forward, a group of ULI real estate professionals bring their expertise into local communities through a one or two-day consultation service. Technical Assistance Panels are organized for qualifying non-profits and local governments to find solutions to development roadblocks. During this one or two-day program, a panel of six to 12 ULI members provide local stakeholders with the in-depth analysis, dialogue and tools needed to move projects from the backburner to full steam ahead. Master plans, achieving a broader tax base, market feasibility, and financial structuring are just a few examples of how a Technical Assistance Panel can help a community tackle land use issues. Panel member expertise includes developers and owners, investors, architects, designers, engineers, and executives from some of Cincinnati’s largest banks, commercial real estate and consulting firms. From Price Hill to Covington and Wyoming, ULI continues its mission to facilitate thought leadership, decision-making and idea generation at the local level.

CincyTAP Reports
How to get started with a ULI CincyTAP?

To learn more about the CincyTAP program or to request an application, please contact Kim Fantaci, ULI Cincinnati Coordinator, (937) 424-3310, or cincinnati@uli.org.