Monthly Archives: September 2014

2014 ULI Fall Meeting

Fall Meeting

ULI takes over the Big Apple from October 21 to 23. Register now at fall.uli.org. Read More

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RECAPS from ‘BUILDING FOR WELLNESS: THE BUSINESS CASE’ program

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Last week, ULI Nashville hosted ‘Building for Wellness: The Business Case’, featuring keynote speaker Mike Horst (ULI), opening remarks by Dr. Bill Paul (Metro Public Health), and a discussion with a panel of local experts (Ted Cornelius-YMCA of Middle TN, Mark Deutschmann-Core Development/Village RE, and Scott Potter-Director of Metro Water) led by Discussion Moderator Cyril Stewart (Cyril Stewart, LLC). Read More

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Developing New Residential Communities in a Recovering Housing Market

FREE WEBINAR FOR MEMEBERS! September 26th! The housing market is recovering and master-planned residential communities are again feasible in both greenfield and infill locations in North America, but many challenges and obstacles remain for developers who seek to undertake such projects. Read More

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JOB OPPORTUNITY

JOB OPPORTUNITY – Boyle Investment Company is looking to fill the role of Marketing Director in the Nashville office. For job description… Read More

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Member-Only Free Webinar on Real Estate Consensus Forecast

You are invited to attend an exclusive webinar, open only to ULI members and the media. Join the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate to get the latest predictions from the semiannual ULI/EY Real Estate Consensus Forecast—a survey of leading industry economists and analysts. The forecast findings will be released during an October 15 webinar. Read More

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