ULI Cincinnati News

Four Teams (including a UC team) Advance to ULI Hines Student Competition Finals in Cincinnati

A graduate student team from the University of Cincinnati, two teams from the University of Texas at Austin, and a team with students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University have been selected as the four finalists for the 17th annual Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hines Student Competition, an ideas competition that challenges graduate students to devise a comprehensive design and development scheme for an actual site in an urban area. This year’s competition involves the redevelopment of a site in Cincinnati comprising portions of a highway, the … Read More

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Initiative Accelerator

What? ULI Cincinnati’s “Initiative Accelerator” is a sponsorship program that allows sponsors at our platinum and gold levels to direct their sponsorship towards specific initiatives agreed upon by the District Council leadership and the sponsor. Why? The goal of “Initiative Accelerator” is twofold; one, to incentivize existing sponsors to  increase their sponsorship to higher levels because they know the additional funds go directly towards impact, and two, to maximize impact by allocating the sponsorship money directly to important initiatives. Many sponsors have expressed the desire for their sponsorship to go … Read More

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Be in the Know with ULI

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ULI Hines Student Competition Teams Challenged to Design Master Plan Development in Cincinnati

An area in Cincinnati comprising portions of a highway, the central business district, and the central riverfront along the Ohio River has been selected as the study site for the ULI 17th annual ULI Hines Student Competition. Though based on a hypothetical situation, the ideas competition provides both full- and part-time graduate-level students the opportunity to devise a comprehensive design and development program for an actual large-scale urban site. The competition, which began January 14, is designed to simulate an actual design, planning, and development scenario, and reflects Cincinnati’s vision … Read More

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ULI Cincinnati’s WLI Shares The Port’s Six-Year Impact Report

ULI Cincinnati is proud to partner with The Port and their efforts in making a significant impact in Hamilton County and the City of Cincinnati over the last six years. During The Port’s recent annual meeting, Mayor John Cranley and President of the Hamilton County Board of Commissioners Todd Portune joined ULI Cincinnati and WLI member, Laura Brunner, President and CEO of The Port, their board members and stakeholders in sharing a summary of how The Port is making real estate work for the prosperity of everyone in Hamilton County. … Read More

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Neyer Properties VP Appointed to ULI National Council

Chris Dobrozsi, Vice President of Real Estate Development at Neyer Properties, has been appointed to the Urban Land Institute Public/Private Partnership Council. Dobrozsi has more than 29 years of experience in the development and construction of mixed-use, Class A office, medical office, retail, residential and industrial real estate. Utilizing his past roles in architecture, construction, estimating, land development, vertical development and leasing, Dobrozsi has led the development of several high quality projects throughout the Greater Cincinnati region. Dobrozsi is currently leading Neyer’s investment in the MLK Interchange development and several … Read More

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Community Development Corporations Association of Greater Cincinnati Hosts Annual Awards Luncheon

Join the CDC Association for lunch at the NEW Summit Hotel in Madisonville to pay homage to those who work tirelessly to improve our community and go above and beyond in the pursuit of a better Cincinnati for all! This is the organization’s annual fundraiser, and so there will also be a silent auction of gift baskets arranged by neighborhood CDCs. Each basket will represent the neighborhood and be as unique as each community! If you’re a Renewal or Renovation level sponsor, please contact Denise.Hamet@cdcassociation.org to claim your free tickets. … Read More

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CEO Coffee Featured Cincinnati Leader Mario San Marco

Mario San Marco grew up in New York City.  His first job out of college, overseeing trusts, began his long history in banking and real estate.  When Mario came to Cincinnati 41 years ago, Eagle Reality had a small portfolio with a few properties.  With work such as Queen City Square, projects in the Lytle Park area and affordable housing in Over the Rhine, it has now grown to over $3 billion in assets Mario said some of their work in Cincinnati doesn’t get the return on investment that they … Read More

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Economic Development Research Manager Position

Are you looking for a challenging position that provides the opportunity to create innovative change? Tri-ED seeks an experienced research professional to evolve and implement a business intelligence strategy. The intent is to refine and inform the region’s value proposition for Tri-ED and its partners to seek out and address opportunities and challenges affecting key industries, businesses and the Northern Kentucky economy. The ideal candidate will possess a thorough understanding of economic development and the ability to apply market research, data mining and information management skills to further the organization’s … Read More

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18 Hour City Series #5: 100% Housing

The fifth session of the 18 Hour City Series occurred on September 13 with the topic of 100% Housing. The discussion was led by Kathy Schwab, Executive Director of LISC Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, Paola Garrido Estevez, Special Projects Associate of LISC, Lydia Jacobs-Horton, Executive Director of ULI Cincinnati, and Nick Downer of Loveland Technologies. The 100% Housing initiative is composed of representatives from 40+ commercial real estate and social service organizations that are working on Portfolio, Planning and Finance teams to build a framework for Greater Cincinnati’s affordable … Read More

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