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ULI Case Studies
The ULI Case Studies site, casestudies.uli.org, provides a wide range of information, insights, and data from real ULI member development projects—and it's now a member-only benefit. In addition, all full case studies are accessible on the Knowledge Finder site, knowledge.uli.org, adding to the growing number of interconnected benefits of ULI membership.Sign in today to start exploring.
“The Business of Wellness” was organised by ULI Australia in Sydney and hosted by Barrangaroo Delivery Authority to investigate the variety of different approaches emerging in the built environment’s wellness lifestyle space, to understand the commercial implications, impact, relevancy to different asset classes and future direction. Read the summary.
Knowledge Finder connects you to an expanding library of member-generated content and ideas. You can now search across Advisory Services panel reports, case studies, district council events, Emerging Trends in Real Estate® reports, product council meeting agendas, and technical assistance panel reports—all searchable and in one place for the first time. Sign in and search today.
ULI Australia Young Leaders Group
This year the competition focused on Melbourne where young professionals and students were challenged with the task of generating innovative ideas that would contribute to the revitalisation of the north-west corner of Melbourne’s CBD – bound by La Trobe, William, Bourke and Spencer streets. Find out who the finalists entering stage 2 of the competition are here.
Navigator matches you with engagement and volunteer opportunities specific to ULI members to learn, lead, and grow by advancing your career and making an impact on your community and the Urban Land Institute. Navigator now offers more opportunities to participate in the Asia Pacific region, as well as across the world, representing thousands of ways for you to get involved at every level of the organisation. Sign in and get started today.
ULI CEO Ed Walter on the Global Strategic Plan
Increasing member engagement and impact are at the heart of the new ULI Global Strategic Plan. In remarks delivered during the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting in Boston, Global CEO Ed Walter emphasized the importance of strengthening member networks, investing in technology to connect members with content, opportunities, and each other, and generating more financial support for mission-focused activities. These member-led changes will help ULI achieve its full potential as the leading global real estate organization that attracts top leaders, the go-to place for industry information and expertise, and the provider of solutions to the most complex real estate and urban development issues facing cities around the world. See more from #ULIFall here.
I’ve leveraged the network of mentors at ULI for unbelievable advice because they have the benefit of decades of experience.Anthony ChangVice President, Cassidy Turley