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REMINDER: NO ANNUAL AWARDS IN 2019!

ANNOUNCEMENT:   THERE WILL NOT BE AN ANNUAL AWARDS EVENT IN 2019!   Because Nashville will be hosting ULI’s annual Spring Meeting April 16 – 18, 2019, ULI Nashville will take a year off from its annual Excellence in Development Awards and will not conduct an Awards program in 2019. Instead, in 2020, we will return with the Awards program and a ULI Nashville Excellence in Development Awards gala. Stay tuned for announcements! Register for 2019 ULI Spring Meeting here. The 2018 Excellence of Development Awards gala reflected ULI Nashville’s commitment to community and livability, valued … Read More

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ULI / PwC Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2019 report

The ULI / PwC Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2019 report is available online. Download the report HERE.  The Real Estate Outlook 2019 event shared insights with national and local experts to over 325 attendees. Summary of the Trends Report may be found here: Nashville 2019 ETRE Presentation Nashville 2018 Nashville Hotel Performance 2019 Office/Mixed-Use Trends Nashville Retail Real Estate Trends/Outlook 2019

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YLG Pop-Up Project Tours

Announcing a New ULI Nashville Member Opportunity:  “POP-UP PROJECT TOURS”… offered only to our ULI Nashville Young Leader / Student Members! For more information, click here. 

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Nashville leaps ahead of Seattle, Los Angeles — now a top-five real estate market

Source: The Tennessean – Local coverage of the recently released ULI / PwC Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2019, 40th year of this industry-leading trends report, highlights Nashville’s solid outlook for the coming year. Among other key indicators of our regional market, Nashville is listed as the 5th top real estate market to watch in the U.S. for 2019.

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