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Apply to Join an FPC Applications are being accepted to participate in the Florida Product Council (FPC) Program. FPCs are small groups of ULI members that commit to meet at least two times per year with fellow real estate professionals to share best practices, grow their … Read More
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, the Urban Land Institute, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit research and education organization supported by its members. Founded in 1936, we … Read More
We offer numerous volunteer opportunities and welcome our members to coordinate or moderate a local program, volunteer for the ULI Florida Summit, provide mentoring for a Young Leader, contribute to our blog or assist with a Technical Assistance Panel (TAP). Members can also get involved … Read More
ULI Central Florida conducted a study of Florida residents staying longer in the workforce, with the support of a ULI Innovation Grant and UCF MetroCenter. The two-part study, co-chaired by Diane Trees and Lisa Dilts, collected quantitative data from a statewide online survey and qualitative … Read More
The Young Leaders/Developing Leaders of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW Orlando), the Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP Central Florida), and Urban Land Institute (ULI Central Florida) hosted their annual leadership and mentoring program on Thursday, Sept. 28th at East End Market in downtown Orlando.
While detail to attention and process is important to project management and contract administration, building relationships is most critical. That’s the advice from Votum Construction President/CEO Vernice Atkins-Bradley and Brooke Myers, founder of Emerge Real Estate Ventures. The duo provided attendees at a recent Leadership … Read More
That’s a leading factor in fetching the highest price from foreign real estate investors, according to Gregg Logan of RCLCO. During Thursday’s Candid Conversation event, Logan told ULI members that the closer a property is to a theme park, the higher price per square foot it fetches. Logan, and Juliana Neves of the Glasstone Group, dished on the impact of foreign capital on vacation rental property development. Read More
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