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Plan to Live in the City

The second installment of Building the 21st Century City, Plan to Live in the City focuses on Akron and Mayor Dan Horrigan’s goal to increase the cities inhabitants to 250,000 by 2050.  Panelists include Jeff Speck, author of Walkable City, Donovan Rypkema of PlaceEconomics, Ed McMahon of the Urban Land Institute. READ MORE or REGISTER

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A Conversation with Ivy Zelman

Cleveland based, nationally known Wall Street housing analyst Ivy Zelman, will join us to offer her insights into the current and future state of the housing market. This highly sought presentation will feature analysis of demographic trends, mortgage credit availability, labor and land challenges. Ivy´s firm, Zelman & Associates, leverages unparalleled housing market expertise, extensive surveys of industry executives, and rigorous financial analysis to deliver proprietary research and advice to leading global institutional investors and senior-level company executives. The Zelman team is widely respected for its unbiased views, depth of … Read More

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2017 Real Estate Trends in Northeastern Ohio

This is the third edition of The ULI Cleveland District Council’s Real Estate Trends in Northeast Ohio. It takes the pulse of the region’s real estate market, including capital markets, various sectors of property types, and geographic submarkets. Read More

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Cleveland Shines in ULI Publication

Building Healthy Corridors: Transforming Urban and Suburban Arterials into Thriving Places Read More

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ULI Cleveland Year in Review

Read the Cleveland ULI Year-in-Review for 2016. Read More

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Cleveland Chapter Featured in 2016 Local Impact Report

During the past year, ULI’s district council network continued to grow and thrive while engaging more members at the local level. What is most exciting to see is the way members have undertaken bold initiatives and innovative programming that has made an impact not just in the real estate industry, but also in their communities. In this report, you will find 24 examples from the field illustrating how members are advancing ULI’s mission on everything from workforce housing and neighborhood revitalization to building regional networks. Perhaps most inspiring is the … Read More

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Cleveland ULI Wins 2016 Urban Innovation Grant

ULI Cleveland: Building the 21st-Century City: Best Practices for Creating a Thriving Urban Core – Akron, Ohio, has invested much in the revitalization of its downtown, and strong demand exists for housing in the center of the city, but the demand is not being met by entrepreneurs seeking to provide a variety of housing choices. ULI Cleveland plans to hold a daylong symposium designed to appeal to all the thought leaders of Akron, as well as constituents interested in seeing Akron grow. See all the award winners.

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Cleveland Clinic establishes $7.5 million Green Revolving Fund

Cleveland Clinic announced the establishment of a $7.5 million Green Revolving Fund — the largest of its kind among U.S. health care systems, it says. Energy efficiency projects pull money from the fund, which then is replenished by reinvesting the savings from reduced energy consumption as well as rebates. Nationally, the $7.5 million annual commitment, announced during the Better Buildings Summit in Washington, D.C., is one of the largest in any business sector. “The establishment of this fund strengthens Cleveland Clinic’s commitment to reducing our energy usage and serves as … Read More

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2016 Real Estate Trends in Northeastern Ohio

Available for download now. The second edition of The ULI Cleveland District Council’s Real Estate Trends in Northeastern Ohio takes the pulse of the region’s real estate market, including capital markets, various sectors of property types, and geographic submarkets. Read More

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Building the 21st Century City

Could a new zoning code make Cleveland a greener, healthier and more equitable city? Event recap by By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer Read More

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