Salt Lake City and the Urban Land Institute Utah District Council (ULI Utah) announced that Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski has been selected for the 2018 class of Daniel Rose Land Use Fellows by the Rose Center for Public Leadership. On Thursday, October 26, in conjunction with the national ULI Fall Meeting, Mayor Biskupski and mayors from three other selected cities will commence the year-long program during which ULI, National League of Cities (NLC), and fellowship peers will provide technical assistance on a Salt Lake City land use challenge. … Read More
Evolution or Revolution: Changes Big & Small in Utah Real Estate When: November 16, 2017 Time: 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Where: Little America Hotel, Downtown Salt Lake City For information about becoming an event sponsor visit click here
This morning, ULI presented a very informative program on “Homelessness, Development and Downtown Salt Lake City.” There was some material discussed at the meeting, and we have posted a few references below. Shaleane Gee, Director, Special Projects and Partnerships for Salt Lake County provided some very helpful follow-up information. The link to Prezi (below) is the most useful thing for the group to see – it provides an overview of our entire process and also an illustrated model of our current system that has been really helpful to a wide … Read More
This holiday season, give a ULI Membership to the real estate and land use professionals on your list. ULI members enjoy exclusive webinars, connections with more than 36,000 members worldwide, and many other benefits. What a gift of ULI membership includes: * A one-year membership to the Urban Land Institute to begin January 1, 2016 * A $10 Starbucks gift card with a special note to give to your recipient Purchase by December 7 Act now to ensure holiday delivery! Visit uli.org/giftofmembership to learn more.
Thanks to all our volunteers and sponsors for making this a smashing success! All meeting publications and material have been posted for your reference on the event webpage. http://utah.uli.org/event/trends-2016-building-vibrant-places/
Six finalists have been selected for ULI’s Urban Open Space Award. This is the first year in which the competition was open to projects outside the United States and Canada. This year’s finalists are Marina Bay in Singapore; Millennium Park in Chicago; Myriad Gardens in Oklahoma City; Thousand Lantern Lake Park System in Foshan, Guangdong, China; Tongva Park and Ken Genser Square in Santa Monica, California; and Washington Canal Park in Washington, D.C. An international jury representing several facets of development—including finance, architecture, land planning and development, public affairs, design, … Read More
The 2014 Spring Meeting is right around the corner. Registration is still open. Expand your knowledge and network. Click here for details and program information. 2014 ULI SPRING MEETING April 9–11, 2014 Vancouver Convention Centre West Building 1055 Canada Place Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
To better serve the growing number of district councils throughout the nation, the Urban Land Institute has implemented a management structure that groups district councils into regional “teams.” Each regional team will be supported by an executive director, who is often the executive director of one of the larger district councils in each region. The ULI Utah district council is in the Southwest region, along with district councils in Phoenix, San Diego/Tijuana and Mexico City. Deb Sydenham, the full-time executive director for the Phoenix district council, will lead the Southwest … Read More
ULI Utah just launched a new website. The new website is more interactive and dynamic. Many of the features including the calendar of events, presentations, and outreach initiatives will still be available. The new design is cleaner and more navigable. We are excited about the increased functionality which will allow us to more easily post events for our partners and increase the visibility of all of our sponsors.
After a busy summer of planning, ULI Utah’s fall programs have kicked off with an energy we haven’t seen in a while. Starting with Bingham Junction: Success in a Recession Economy, ULI Utah Young Leaders program Multifamily Urban Infill Development and most recently our program on the Sugar House Renaissance, we have kicked off a very successful start to our fiscal year. With this great energy, it is important for us as a District Council to engage our membership in the land use and development conversation. To do this, we … Read More