Monthly Archives: December 2013

Trends Report Now Online

This past Wednesday, ULI Nashville hosted its annual Real Estate Outlook event to a sell-out crowd. The event featured ULI’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate report; a trends and forecast publication with a 34-year history, which is the most highly-regarded and widely-read forecast report in the real estate industry. There were many positive findings in the report regarding Nashville’s real estate trends, particularly relative to other cities across the region and across the country. You may find an online copy of that report, as well as the Keynote Speaker’s presentation … Read More

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The Urban Land Institute, and its local district council, ULI Nashville, offer valuable benefits from membership. Some of those benefits include member-only access to the best information on real estate and development practices in the industry, cutting edge research to help your business anticipate trends, discounts on publications and programs, opportunities to serve as a stake holder on local issues, and a place at the table to learn from and with local colleagues from all the industries involved in the land use and development business. Lastly, ULI / ULI Nashville … Read More

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Are Public-Private Partnerships Development’s New Normal?

The Lewis and Clark expedition… the Transcontinental Railroad… the invention of the Internet… these are some of our country’s proudest projects, and they have one critical factor in common- they were each the result of a public-private partnership (P3). A P3 agreement between a public entity and a private company transfers the design, construction, operation and maintenance of a public facility to the private sector, either for a new project or for improvements to existing facilities. These agreements have been used to finance, construct and operate a variety of building … Read More

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