Monthly Archives: October 2015

NEWS from ULI Fall Meeting…about Nashville & Beyond!!

Read about some highlights from the ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco where ULI Nashville was recognized for our achievements and our members were featured speakers and session participants! Read More

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MTA/RTA Latest Transit Improvement Strategies

Nashville nMotion is a collaborative project with many opportunities for the public to provide suggestions and feedback. Throughout nMotion, the MTA/RTA will be releasing reports and materials. They want to hear what you think of these materials. Read More

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Members in the News

When landscape architects Dwight Kiser and Gary Vogrin joined forces to found Kiser Vogrin Design in 2010, they had no idea they would soon be designing the master plans for City Park, Ovation and Capitol View. The eight-member KVD staff felt a great sense of pride when they were recently honored for those projects, winning four awards from the Tennessee Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. And in late October, the firm’s architects will unveil the preservation plans for the historic Carter House in Franklin. Read More

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FREE: Mayor’s Forum on Economic Resilence

FREE TO MEMBERS – Nov. 6th at 7:30 am at Music City Center Rose Center Mayor’s Forum on Economic Resilience.A benefit of the Rose Center for Public Leadership, a joint Center of ULI and the National League of Cities. Read More

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Registration Open! November 12th – Building for our Creative Class Economies

Building for Nashville’s ‘creative class’ and local manufacturing economies is a legitimate sector to the development industry. Hear from national experts who have made this happen. Read More

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Location Added! November 5th: Gabe Klein with Start Up City

MEMBERS-ONLY EVENT: ULI Nashville is proud to host Gabe Klein as he talks about his new book, Start Up City. Gabe brings his experience in local government as former Director of DOT in Chicago and startups such as Zipcar and Bridj to bear on the topic of public private partnerships. Specifically how to use them to promote progress on the issues like climate change, housing inequality and job creation. Gabe is an accomplished speaker and sure bring energy and inspiration to the afternoon. Read More

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Middle Tennessee Regional Transportation Planning Updates

CRT, along with the Transit Alliance of Middle Tennessee (TAMT) is working with the Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) to solicit feedback about transit connections and choices in the Middle Tennessee region in support of RTA’s nMotion planning process. Please see the informative article below from The Tennessean about RTA’s newly released report on regional transportation.

CRT, TAMT, and the RTA will release plans soon about the county-specific transit conversations that will be taking place over the next couple of months. We look forward to seeing and hearing your thoughts on this very important topic. Be on the lookout for information about this vital transportation discussion for your county! Read More

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The New Metro Energy Code Will Reshape the Architecture of Commercial Buildings

As of August 15, 2015, Metro Nashville Davidson County has an updated building code, the 2012 ICC family of codes (with a limited number of local amendments). The Energy Code for commercial buildings is the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code, and the changes from the past 2006-based code are estimated at 30% more stringent. The AIA Committee on the Environment is holding two courses to help designers, developers and builders understand the changes. The course on October 9 will cover single-family residential, while the one on October 16 will cover the commercial building code. Read More

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BECOME A 2016 ANNUAL SPONSOR of ULI Nashville

Enhance your firm’s value through KNOWLEDGE, NETWORKING, VISIBILITY, and ASSOCIATION from Annual Sponsorship of ULI Nashville! Read More

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