ULI Virginia News

E.V. Williams Center for Real Estate Invites you: 2017 Mid-Atlantic Multifamily Forum

November 8th (4pm – 7pm) Norfolk Slover Library – 235 E Plume St, Norfolk, Virginia 23510 Hear from CoStar Group’s Market Analytics team on the key trends and players defining the region’s multifamily landscape. Hear them discuss: a macro look at the multifamily industry and the economic drivers pushing the cycle; economic and demographic overview of Hampton Roads, Richmond, and Washington D.C.; apartment construction boom continues; affordability in the age of luxury; does the Amercan Dream of home-ownership make a comeback. Followed by, ‘Networking in November’ a cocktail reception. Pre-registration $20 … Read More

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Charles L. ‘Chuck” Marohn, Jr. of Strong Towns

Tuesday, October 24 7 pm to 9 pm  (Presentation from 7-8; Q & A from 8-9) Randolph-Macon College Copley Science Center 304 Caroline Street Ashland, Virginia 23005 Street parking on Caroline and Henry Streets Chuck will be at Ashland Coffee & Tea from 5-6:30- come early to grab a snack on your own and introduce yourself in a more informal setting. What is Strong Towns? Strong Towns is a media organization leading a national movement to challenge every American to fundamentally rethink how our cities are built. The Strong Towns mission is to help … Read More

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ULI HINES STUDENT COMPETITION

   

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Has the East End Tomorrow Arrived slide shows

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Construction starts on East End culinary school; grocery store next

http://Construction starts on East End culinary school; grocery store next

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Front Porch Café opening in Richmond’s East End; seen as a catalyst to revitalize that part of the city

  http://www.richmond.com/business/local/front-porch-caf-opening-in-richmond-s-east-end-seen/article_cc51dbd2-8307-5dd7-8e66-7aedd24e3e9f.html

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Update on Vision Awards

ULI Virginia strives to offer our members and non-members exceptional programming, educational opportunities, and targeting events that are only available through ULI.  With this goal ever in mind, ULI Virginia has chosen to establish a district Annual Conference. This half-day conference will bring members and non-members together across our district council to focus on specific issues, hear national speakers, participate in topical workshops and mobile tours, and conduct region-wide Product Council meetings.  The Annual Conference will be chock full of networking, learning, and touring that is intended to elevate your ULI … Read More

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New Members

Please welcome the following new members to ULI Virginia: Greg Allen ♦ A.J. Bardugone ♦ Leadi Cole ♦ LaMar Eugene Dixon ♦ Schirra Hayes ♦ Chris Hull ♦ Jon Jackson ♦ Evan Kaufman ♦ Jason Moore ♦ Gib Sloan ♦ Michael Tompkins ♦ Christina Tufaro ♦ Claire White ♦

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Take Part in a Watershed Event

A REGIONAL SUMMIT TO ADVANCE ECONOMIC  DEVELOPMENT AND PUBLIC POLICY More than 20 speakers will review and discuss infrastructure & public services, how localities adapt, building adaptation strategies, science and technology advancements, and growing a water management economy.  Resilience initiatives are underway here and across the globe.  This Forum will bring together experts in science, technology, engineering, design, and infrastructure management.  Our region’s public policies and practices will be examined and refined through this community conversation. Full List of Topics and Speakers

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Newport News has plenty of development in the pipeline.

A key focus will be Ferguson’s planned City Center at Oyster Point campus that will bring 1,400 workers, including more than 400 new employees, to the mixed-use development with the city building a 1,500-space parking garage, Mayor McKinley Price and Newport News Development Director Florence Kingston told about 50 attendees of an Urban Land Institute Virginia meeting at Christopher Newport University on Tuesday. http://www.dailypress.com/business/tidewater/dp-tidewaterbiz-newport-news-development-20170711-story.html  

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