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Networking within ULI Westchester/Fairfield The District Council offers area land use professionals the opportunity to network with peers, dialogue on common issues and find resources for their practice. Members interact by simply attending or speaking at our Events, actively join one of the Committess or … Read More
The goals of YLG are to encourage the next generation of real estate professionals to actively participate in ULI to gain exposure to senior industry leaders and to share content-filled ideas and experiences with fellow Young Leaders. The benefits of being a Young Leader include … Read More
Support ULI Westchester/Fairfield If you are a leader in the local real estate community, you are invited to support the forums and community outreach programs of the ULI WCF through sponsorship. Sponsors receive many valuable benefits including complimentary registrations to each event. We offer several … Read More
Wednesday, May 10, at 1:00 p.m. EDT – As real estate development continues to offer opportunities for entrepreneurs, the small-scale developer must continue to develop expertise and to progress with industry trends. This webinar will look at two projects that successfully exemplify innovative small-scale development. Read More
The New York State Legislature passed a $153 billion spending plan for 2017-2018. In addition to affordable housing programs funded through annual appropriations and the Mortgage Insurance Fund, the budget includes $2.5 billion for a 5-year statewide housing plan proposed by Governor Cuomo. Read More
April 24th and April 25th 2017 – ULI Toronto’s Electric Cities Symposium convenes experts internationally and across the region to address the most current real estate topics at the intersection of mobility, placemaking and technology. This symposium will challenge Canada’s largest and fastest growing city region to become the global leader on how to make cities better places to live, work, learn, play and invest. Read More
The federation has developed a special focus: “A Year of Transportation.” Several events are planned, including an address at the federation’s March 29 dinner by former New York City Transportation Commissioner Sam Schwartz, known as “Gridlock Sam.”
Rockland Municipal Planning Federation’s annual dinner takes place at 6:30 p.m. March 29 at the Haverstraw Elks Lodge, with Sam Schwartz, a.k.a. “Gridlock Sam,” addressing the “Millennial Revolution in Transportation and What It Means to Rockland County.” The dinner is $45 per person; email Arlene Miller, email@example.com, for more information. Read More
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