In a world transformed by technology and economic globalization, the world's cities need ULI's wisdom now more than ever.
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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
Workforce Housing Under Trump: Where Do We Go From Here?
Honoring David McKay Wilson Tax Watch Columnist, The Journal News for his extraordinary work in highlighting issues on affordable and workforce housing. Wednesday, February 15th- 5:00 – 8:00 PM Read More
Our built environment can have a profound effect upon our health and productivity. Community planners, developers, property owners, building managers, investors and others involved in real estate decision-making are seeking ways to craft buildings and projects in ways that enhance and promote health. There are a number of building standards that incorporate healthy practices while making their buildings more sustainable. Read More
There are over 25,000 incorporated communities in America. Many are prospering, but many others are not. How is it that some small cities and towns can prosper, while
many others are suffering disinvestment, loss of identity and even abandonment? Read More
Suburban housing markets across the United States are evolving rapidly and overall remain well positioned to maintain their relevance for the foreseeable future as preferred places to live and work, even as many urban cores and downtown neighborhoods continue to attract new residents and businesses, according to a new publication from ULI. Read More