Author Archives: New Mexico

Hinton to Address ULI Health & Development Event

Read the coverage about our Building Healthy Places event taking place Feb. 21 from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. at Hotel Andaluz in Downtown Albuquerque. Registration open; click event to the left for more information and to register. Read More

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2014 ULI SPRING MEETING

Register now for the ULI Spring meeting! The meeting will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from April 9-11, 2014. Read More

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Volunteer Mimi Burns Profiled on ULI Foundation Site

ULI New Mexico member Mimi Burns is profiled on the ULI Foundation’s website highlighting volunteers. Thanks and congratulations to Mimi for all her dedication and support of the ULI Foundation. Read More

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Hines Student Urban Design Site Selected

Nashville’s historic Sulphur Dell neighborhood has been chosen as the site for the twelfth annual Urban Land Institute (ULI) Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition. Read More

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ULI New Mexico Value Survey on ABQ Journal – Business Outlook

ABQ commercial real estate solidifies by Richard Metcalf Read more    

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Where Americans Want to Live: ULI Report Explores Community Preferences

America in 2013 A new ULI report underscores the influence that growing demographic groups in the U.S.–in particular Generation Y, African Americans, and Latinos–will have on reshaping urban growth patterns by spurring more development of compact, mixed-use communities with reliable, convenient transit service. Read more about the findings in the America in 2013 report.  

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Tech-Savvy Gen Y Wants a Shopping Experience

America’s 80-million-strong generation Y, the most tech-savvy generation yet, has not forsaken shopping in stores for online purchasing, says a new ULI report released last week at ULI Spring Meeting.

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The Future of Housing Demand is Compact, Urban, and Transit-friendly

The Future of Housing Demand is Compact, Urban, and Transit-friendly Demand will continue to rise for infill residential development that is less car-dependent, while consumers’ desire could wane for isolated development in outlying suburbs, according to a new ULI report released last week at ULI Spring Meeting in San Diego.

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Energy Efficiency Survey:

ULI Wants Your Opinion How do real estate professionals view energy efficiency investments in buildings? ULI’s CLUE Initiative seeks to answer this question and others in its annual global survey of executives and building owners who make energy management and investment decisions in commercial and public sector buildings. Share your insights and take the online survey today. The survey closes on April 5, 2013.

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Call for Entries: Apply for ULI’s Annual Housing Awards

The submissions periods for the Global Awards for Excellence and Urban Open Space Award come to an end today, but the Larson and Kemp Housing awards have begun. Attached is a photo of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan and others at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Via Verde, which won a Kemp award in 2012. A blog has been posted on ULI.org, and you can copy the text or link to it. Here’s also a short version of the text, if you prefer: Each year, … Read More

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