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    The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a trusted idea place where leaders come to grow professionally and personally through sharing, mentoring and problem solving. ULI members represent all aspects of land use and development disciplines, including: Developers Builders Property owners Investors Architects Public officials Planners … Read More

  • Post: Adaptive Reuse

    Often times, older structures fall behind in our fast-paced, sprawling development style. Technology, politics, and economics all contribute to this decline, often leaving nothing more than a vacant eye sore. An urban planning method, known as adaptive reuse, is looking to reverse this trends one … Read More

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    How much is ULI an “issue” organization, as opposed to an organization focusing on general education and networking? ULI is a general education and networking group. However, it may concentrate efforts on one or more issues in the key focus areas: Environmental Sustainability, Mixed Use/Mixed … Read More

ULI Central Florida Bulletin

“Building Healthy Places”: Putting...

On Friday, February 28th, ULI Central Florida hosted the first of five ULI Statewide “Building Healthy Places” workshops, led by Dr Richard Jackson.   Over 80 community leaders, developers and citizens convened to discuss what being a healthy community really means and how ULI can … Read More

Orlando Sentinel highlights Central Florida...

The Central Florida chapter of the Urban Land Institute, which includes mostly real-estate developers, revamped its annual awards program this year to recognize innovation. So, instead of highlighting the usual lineup of developments, the nonprofit cited a bike-share project, a repurposed church and small-lot home … Read More

Event Recap: 2014 Emerging Trends

On January 31, 2014, over 200 Central Florida developers, urban planners, land use lawyers, and builders convened at the Country Club of Orlando for the 2014 Emerging Trends in Real Estate Conference. Hosted by Debra Dremann, Chair of the ULI Central Florida Trends Committee, the … Read More

Announcing 2014 Trendsetter Nominees

Next week, ULI Central Florida will award the first ever Trendsetter Award at the 2014 Emerging Trends in Real Estate Conference (Friday, January 31, at the Country Club of Orlando). Read on to find out who our five finalists are, and what makes them Trendsetters … Read More