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Experience unprecedented opportunities to make connections, learn, and build relationships with your peers during the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting October 8-11 in Boston. Join more than 6,000 real estate industry leaders for member-led programming, one-of-a-kind tours, and engaging networking events. Prices increase $200 after June 1, 2018. Read More
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. We offer several types of sponsorship, each with varying levels of recognition. Many companies … Read More
Regional Plan Association has provided links to a variety of reports that ULI WCF members could find useful. Take a look! Read More
ULI members Daniel and Brenly share their experience on how ULI has helped them with their company. Take a quick listen to their testimonial! Read More
For too long, the Westchester/Fairfield apartment markets have played second fiddle to New York’s close-in submarkets. As Long Island City, Brooklyn, Jersey City and Hoboken have seen explosions of activity, the northern suburban markets have plodded along. Suddenly there is a surge of new and planned developments in Yonkers, New Rochelle, White Plains, and Stamford. What is driving this boom? How quickly will these units be absorbed? Where will these renters come from and where will they work? How is Westchester/Fairfield performing relative to other parts of the New York Metro area?
ANALYSTS: Rental Apartment Boom Won’t go Bust by Akiko Matsuda Read More
Each year, RPA brings together more than 1,000 civic and business leaders from around the New York metropolitan area to discuss major issues affecting the prosperity and quality of life in the region. The 2018 Assembly will feature Big Ideas that Can’t Wait — ideas we need to move forward on today to tackle some of the region’s biggest challenges in order to ensure sustainability, good governance and shared prosperity. Read More
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