ULI Los Angeles News

ULI Los Angeles is Hiring!

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ULI’s Los Angeles District Council is looking for an Associate to join our staff! The Associate will serve as an integral member of the team responsible for engaging local members, managing committees and programs, and working with partners to advance the mission of ULI and deliver value to members. The ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of related professional experience and an interest in the issues that are important to the local membership and related subject areas of ULI. To see a full job description and instructions on how to apply please … Read More

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ULI Fall Meeting is coming to LA!

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In case you haven’t heard, ULI’s largest annual gathering is coming to Los Angeles in 2017. Connect with the world of real estate at the 2017 ULI Fall Meeting, to be held October 23-26 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Join your peers for candid discussions with thought leaders on the most important topics and trends in real estate. Save the date now, registration will be opening soon! To learn more, visit fall.uli.org.

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ULI is its Members

You deliver on our mission. You enhance our communities. You shape the future of our industry. We wanted to know how we could make an even greater impact and provide an even better experience for members. You told us how important ULI is to you and what could be improved. We have listened and we have made substantial changes. Fundamentally, this means more opportunities for more members. Watch the full video to see how we are improving the ULI experience. Our work is not finished. We are just getting started. … Read More

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Development without Displacement: ULI Urban Marketplace

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“Development without displacement: How can LA grow ‘up’ without pushing people out?” was the question addressed by a keynote panel at the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Los Angeles’ 17th annual Urban Marketplace conference and expo held on April 12th, 2017 at The Reef in Downtown Los Angeles. Themed “Make a Deal, Make a Difference”, the event brought together urban leaders, municipal officials, investors and other stakeholders to examine and discuss the implications and consequences of multiplying urban development and redevelopment projects throughout Los Angeles County. Keynote moderator Dr. Raphael Bostic, … Read More

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“New Small Lot Standards Examined at Urban Marketplace”

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ULI Los Angeles’ recent Urban Marketplace event included nearly 22 dynamic “Roundtable” conversations with key facilitators of Los Angeles urban development. One of the most-attended was “Evolution of L.A.’s Small Lot Ordinance: Tighter Regulations and New Design Standards,” led by Los Angeles Planning Department Senior City Planner Simon Pastucha and KTGY Architecture + Planning Principal Alan Scales. Scales has worked closely with the Planning Department to create and evolve its small-lot guidelines, so that the ordinance best serves its goals presenting neighborhood-friendly development alternatives. And KTGY has more than 900 … Read More

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ULI Los Angeles Member Spotlight: Catherine Guentert Highlighted as Entrepreneur

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ULI Entrepreneur Profiles are conversations with real estate development professionals who, in most cases, have recently made the leap into the industry whether as young individuals fresh out of school or as mid-career transitions. With a focus on small-scale developers often doing incremental and transformative work, these are quick and easy to read profiles to raise awareness of these professionals. By telling their stories, the Urban Land Institute hopes to inspire the next generation of small scale entrepreneurs to transform their own communities. To read more and to see ULI … Read More

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FutureBuild Provides a Sneak Peek into a Transformed Los Angeles

The Los Angeles 2024 Olympics will transform the city and the region. Like a Silicon Valley startup, government must take the lead on climate change with tech-savvy, entrepreneurial strategies. The quality of our health is inextricably linked with our daily environments. A city needs resilience to adapt, survive, and thrive. These are just a few of the ideas explored in depth at FutureBuild 2017, the annual conference that brings together leading thinkers, innovators, and change makers of the built environment. FutureBuild, held on January 31, 2017 at LA Hotel Downtown, … Read More

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Panel Foresees Favorable Outlook for Real Estate in 2017

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The Urban Land Institute sees a favorable outlook for real estate in the U.S. All is calm, all is bright—with some necessary caveats. No one can predict how a new administration in Washington will affect the real estate business nationally. At times of uncertainty, however, investors gravitate toward hard assets like real estate. What can we expect in the coming year? On December 14, 2016, ULI Los Angeles, a District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), convened its fourth annual Emerging Trends conference, held at Gensler in downtown Los … Read More

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ULI LA FY16 Annual Report

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ULI Los Angeles is pleased to announce the release of its Fiscal Year 2016 Annual Report. The report documents the incredible program of work undertaken by our dedicated members and hard-working staff. By the numbers: we delivered 62 timely and relevant programs for 4,843 attendees, grew our total membership to 1,815 and added $83,962 to our financial reserve. More importantly, our members furthered our mission of providing leadership in the responsible use of land through numerous programs, advisory services, leadership activities and special projects. We invite you to learn how … Read More

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ULI LA Featured in 2016 Local Impact Report

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During the past year, ULI’s district council network continued to grow and thrive while engaging more members at the local level. What is most exciting to see is the way members have undertaken bold initiatives and innovative programming that has made an impact not just in the real estate industry, but also in their communities. In this report, you will find 24 examples from the field illustrating how members are advancing ULI’s mission on everything from workforce housing and neighborhood revitalization to building regional networks. The Loop at Pine + … Read More

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