Monthly Archives: January 2016

ULI Nashville’s Real Estate Outlook 2016 Featuring the ULI/PwC Emerging Trends Report Continues to Inform Local Experts

The Tennesseean’s recent article, “Is Nashville Too Hot to Handle”, references ULI Nashville Trends program and report. Read More

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ULI Nashville Thanks the ‘Buidling a Healthy Corridor’ Grant Management Team

Nearly one year ago, The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Nashville received a grant from ULI through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Colorado Health Foundation to study a four-mile stretch of Charlotte Avenue from 1-40 to White Bridge Road. The grant is being used to work with community partners to seek ways the corridor can develop in ways that improves the health of people who live, work and travel there. Read More

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TIME SENSITIVE: Housing Amendment

Inclusionary Housing text amendment is on Jan. 14 Planning Commission agenda: A proposed text amendment is included in the staff report for the January 14, 2016 Planning Commission meeting. The current Inclusionary Housing survey will remain online through this weekend, and a report of the survey’s results will be posted Monday. Read More

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ULI in the News in 2015

Last year was a record year for media coverage of ULI. These examples were pulled from more than 25,400 top-tier ULI news mentions logged in 2015. Read More

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