ULI Triangle News

Members Cycle Through Downtown Raleigh

On a recent crisp autumn afternoon, 26 adventurous ULI Triangle members gathered for a bike tour to explore the bicycle lanes and greenways in and around downtown Raleigh and the destinations they connect.  Daniel Howe, Raleigh Bike Ped Advisory Commission, provided an overview of the Commission’s purpose to make recommendations on the implementation of relevant programs, policies, regulations, and funding priorities regarding walking and bicycling in Raleigh – then the group was off. The first stop was NCSU’s new Gregg Museum on Hillsborough Street, where Wake County Commissioner, Sig Hutchinson, … Read More

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Real estate practitioners and undergraduates connect at WLI event

UNC undergraduate women networked with women working in exciting careers across the real-estate industry at an event hosted by the Triangle chapter of the Urban Land Institute (ULI)’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) in conjunction with the Leonard W. Wood Center for Real Estate Studies and the Undergraduate Real Estate Club at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. The Undergraduate Women’s Engagement Event included small group networking, panels and a presentation about job opportunities and resources available through the Wood Center. Panelists were Lauren Bean, director of finance for The Dilweg Companies (BSBA … Read More

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YLG hears from leaders in new construction technologies

Young Leaders hosted a panel in Chapel Hill with industry experts to discuss the latest innovations in construction technology, such as modular hotel construction, modeling and manufacturing of pre-fabricated building systems, and advancements in sustainable general contracting. The panelists (Dave Perez — JE Dunn Construction, Dennis Mitchell — OTO Development, and Keith Stocker — Prescient Co.) noted that new construction technologies aren’t appropriate for every build. There are certain features of the site that determine appropriateness. Economies of scale really help, and they are currently a better fit for larger projects. For … Read More

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Nation’s mayors launch groundbreaking 10-minute walk to a park campaign

At 10:10 a.m. on October 10, 134 of the nation’s most infuential mayors joined The Trust for Public Land, National Recreation and Park Association, and Urban Land Institute in launching an historic “10-minute walk” parks advocacy campaign, establishing the ambitious goal that all Americans should live within a 10-minute walk (or half-mile) of a high-quality park or green space. This bipartisan group includes mayors from all across the country and represents cities large and small, including America’s four largest cities (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Houston) and diverse communities … Read More

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2017 Carolinas Regional Initiative Councils meet in Asheville

  ULI Carolinas Regional Initiative Councils (RIC)—the Carolina Trends Council, Young Leader Council and Rethinking Southern Cities Council—descended on Asheville, NC in August to learn about Asheville’s market dynamics, development trends and successful public private partnerships. The cooler mountain weather was a welcome respite from the piedmont and coastal heat.  With the addition of excellent craft beers along with interesting tours and programs, the meeting was deemed the most successful RIC gathering to date. Program highlights from each of the RICs includes: Presentation and discussion with Jack Cecil, long-time ULI … Read More

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Triangle Members Selected for ULI Health Leaders Network

The ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative has selected participants from around the nation for its new Health Leaders Network, including two representatives from the Triangle: Julia Katz (Triangle J Council of Governments) and Stuart Levin (Blue Ridge Corridor Alliance). The ULI Health Leaders Network will empower real estate and land use professionals with the skills, knowledge, and networks to improve health outcomes in their professional practice and communities. Participants will gain valuable skills and connections that will help them advance their careers, as well as practical knowledge about the intersection … Read More

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Creative Placemaking Workshop focuses on “Placekeeping”

On August 4th, a standing-room only crowd gathered at CAM Raleigh to hear the results of a three-day Creative Placemaking Panel Workshop. The ULI Panel, supported by the Kresge Foundation and ULI Triangle, was comprised of experts in creative placemaking, transit-oriented development (TOD) and planning. The panel included: Marilee Utter, Panel Chair Citiventure Associates Manoj Dalaya KGD Architecture Dan Gallagher City of Charlotte Department of Transportation Juanita Hardy ULI Senior Visiting Fellow for Creative Placemaking Cheryl Myers Charlotte Center City Partners Thomas Sayre Sculptor/Painter; Clearscapes Eric Swanson Treadwell Franklin Infrastructure Capital, … Read More

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Fall Meeting Scholarships Available for Public Officials

The Rose Center for Public Leadership is offering scholarships for a limited number of public officials to attend the Fall Meeting. Eligibility: Must show engagement and leadership responsibility within ULI. Must be an elected or appointed, or management-level staff person at a municipal, regional governance, or districts with the authority to levy assessments. Award: Ten winners will receive complimentary registration and up to $2,000 expense reimbursement for transportation and lodging. Winners have the opportunity to participate in Product Councils (subject to availability), as well as facilitated opportunities to network with leaders in … Read More

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ULI Triangle Announces New Management Committee for Fiscal Year 2017-2018

Raleigh, July 19, 2017 – ULI Triangle is pleased to announce its fiscal year 2018 Management Committee.  The Management Committee is comprised of volunteer member leaders who oversee the district council’s operations, committees and programming efforts. District Council Chair, Andy Holland, Suntrust Bank Chair of Mission Advancement, Wayne Maiorano, Smith Anderson Treasurer, TJ Barringer, Kane Realty Governance Chair, Jon Wilson, Kimley-Horn & Associates Sponsorship Chair, Carman Liuzzo, Highwoods Properties Programs Chair, Stewart Patch, Bank of North Carolina Communications Chair, Christine McDonald, JDavis Architects Membership Chair, Jane Brasier, Branch Civil Women’s … Read More

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Leading Voices with ULI: Phil Freelon

Leaving a legacy is easy for Phil Freelon, who founded one of the largest African American–owned architecture firms in Durham. With numerous cultural institutions under his belt, including the newest Smithsonian museum, he is motivated to design places where the public can convene. Link to Podcast

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