Ten outstanding developments from the Americas have been selected as winners of the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Awards for Excellence: The Americas competition. The winners of the awards competition, widely recognized as the land use industry’s most prestigious recognition program, were announced today in Phoenix at the 2011 ULI Real Estate Summit at the Spring Council Forum….Continue Reading
St. Louis’ Citygarden, a 2.9-acre richly landscaped sculpture garden and park that has altered the perception of the city’s downtown and catalyzed nearby development, has received national recognition as the 2011 winner of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Amanda Burden Urban Open Space Award….Continue Reading
Six grants have been awarded in the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) semi-annual funding of its Community Action Grants program. Through the program, the ULI Foundation Fund raises money to be distributed as grants to district councils or ULI members on behalf of nonprofit organizations for entrepreneurial programs that aim to improve urban growth in their communities….Continue Reading
America’s infrastructure investments – levels of which have long trailed behind those of Asia and Europe – will be further stifled this year by pressures to cut federal spending and reduce the deficit, compelling cities to be evermore creative and resourceful in securing partnerships to start or continue infrastructure projects, according to Infrastructure 2011: A Strategic Priority….Continue Reading
ULI Infrastructure Initiative releases Partnerships for Equitable TOD and provides Transportation Bill Update….Continue Reading
ULI Infrastructure Initiative releases the fifth annual infrastructure report, advocating for infrastructure as a strategic investment….Continue Reading
Jamison Square, the first of three parks realized from the master plan, was designed from a series of well-attended neighborhood workshops and city planning participation.