Monthly Archives: November 2018

TOLA 2018 Recap

TOLA Frames LA’s Transit Revolution in the Context of Equitable Development   Los Angeles is in the midst of a mobility revolution that is determining the evolution of city transportation in the new millennium. The LA vision of transit-oriented development is of an integrated system that is equitable for all residents of Greater Los Angeles. Hence the timely theme “Upward Mobility – Pathways to Inclusive Transit Neighborhoods” of the annual, interactive conference Transit Oriented Los Angeles 2018, organized by the Los Angeles Urban Land Institute (ULI Los Angeles), the District … Read More

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ULI Los Angeles Welcomes New Senior Director

Cyrice (pronounced SirReece) Griffith has joined Urban Land Institute Los Angeles as our new Senior Director. She brings to her new role over 20 years of experience in senior leadership and consulting, as well as being a passionate liaison for pipeline talent diversity in the workforce. Cyrice has been entrusted to envision and launch significant programs for prominent Los Angeles arts, entertainment, and K-12 initiatives, and at the University of Southern California. Her expertise in program development, program management, and participant engagement will drive her ULI LA responsibilities to direct District Council committee programs and sponsorship … Read More

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North Broadway Corridor TAP

ULI Los Angeles is pleased to announce the publication of its Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) report for the North Broadway Corridor, a culturally rich commercial hub located in the heart of the Lincoln Heights neighborhood. The source of Lincoln Height’s charm stems from the active public life of a multi-generational community. The entrepreneurialism of the residents and business owners who live and work in Lincoln Heights matches a communitarian spirit that makes Lincoln Heights entirely unique in the City of Los Angeles. While Lincoln Heights is a gem, it’s not entirely hidden. … Read More

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