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Federal Boulevard Healthy Corridors Developer Forum

Thursday, April 13, 2017 Clarke Hall, Regis University, Denver, Colorado Since the Spring of 2015, though the Building Healthy Corridors pilot program, ULI has worked with stakeholders in a 2.2-mile section of Federal Boulevard to strategize ways to improve the built environment in ways that positively influence public health. Running from I-70 in Denver through Adams County to 72nd Street in Westminster, this corridor has the typical indicators of unhealthy places, including lack of safe facilities for walking and biking, little access to healthy food choices, unsafe road speeds and … Read More

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REDI Applications Due May 26!

Our Real Estate Diversity Initiative (REDI) is now open for application! Have you wondered what it takes to be a real estate developer? Would you like to add skills to your existing career portfolio? If you answered YES, the Real Estate Diversity Initiative (REDI) is for you! If you want to know more about what it takes to be a real estate developer, this is your opportunity! This is the 8th year for the highly successful Real Estate Diversity Initiative (REDI) program. You can further your career by learning directly … Read More

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Impact Awards 2017 Recap

WHAT A NIGHT! Crossroads Commerce Park, INDUSTRY, Red Tail Ponds Permanent Supportive Housing, and W Line/40 West Creative District take top project awards; Harry Frampton of East West is Legacy Winner for Lifetime Achievement; Sarah Snider Komppa of Tryba Architects named Rising Star; Special honor for Tom Clark of Metro Denver EDC More than 400 leaders in land use attended ULI Colorado’s third Impact Awards program on Thursday, April 6 at Mile High Stadium. INNOVATION: An anchor on Brighton Boulevard, the mixed-use co-working space INDUSTRY won.  Other finalists: Emily Griffith Downtown … Read More

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City’s ‘East Edge’ could be due for Boulder Junction-style makeover

This article first appeared in the Boulder Daily Camera By Alex Burness In January, a panel of visiting urban design and development experts published a report envisioning what the industrial zone around Arapahoe Avenue and 55th Street could look like under very different circumstances. The panelists, working for the Urban Land Institute and commissioned by the Boulder Chamber and the Boulder Area Realtors Association, devised a plan for a new “East Edge” of the city that felt like more of a “special place” than it currently does. Focusing on the … Read More

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Leading Voices: New Podcast Series from ULI

Leading Voices Podcast Series Our industry creates great leaders. These are their stories. Leading Voices with ULI, a new podcast series produced by the ULI Leadership Network, explores compelling stories from innovative leaders in the real estate, land use, and policy space. In each episode, gain inspiration from the guests as they candidly share their leadership journeys—their successes, their failures, and the pivotal moments in between. For more information, visit uli.org/leadingvoices. Subscribe Today: iTunes Google Play Stitcher Overcast

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Holiday Celebrations and What Is Next for Hotels in Denver

View photos from the event on our Facebook Page View the slide deck from the event on our website By Jenni Lantz (LinkedIn) On Wednesday, December 7, ULI Colorado hosted its annual holiday party at the EXDO Event Center in the RiNo (River North Art District) neighborhood of Denver. The party included an educational component presented by the Explorer Series Committee. This year, attendees looked into the hospitality industry with two panels: one on trends (national and local) and the other on local case studies. After a welcome from Michael … Read More

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Second Annual View from the Top Recap: Another Successful WLI Event

To view more photos from our View from the Top, please visit our Facebook page. On Thursday, October 13th, ULI members and non-members attended the Women’s Leadership Initiative’s (WLI) second annual “View from the Top” event at the McNichols building in downtown Denver. This year’s event focused on women and men who forged winding paths to success, starting their careers in one industry and finding themselves in a completely different one. In her keynote, Lieutenant Governor Donna Lynne of Colorado shared fascinating statistics about women in the state before talking … Read More

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Capitalizing on the Opportunity for TOD in Growing Cities

By Kathleen McCormick As the Denver metropolitan area has topped 3 million residents, potentially accelerating toward 4 million, a sustainable land use template for future mobility and economic, social, and environmental health is emerging within the framework of the 122-mile (196 km), 57-station FasTracks rail and bus rapid transit network, which includes expansion with five new transit lines this year. ULI Colorado’s TOD Marketplace event, held in Denver in early November, attracted participants from Colorado and beyond to tour various transit-oriented development (TOD) sites and hear about both lessons learned and … Read More

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New Housing Report

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ULI Colorado’s new White Paper, “Overcoming Barriers to Affordable Housing in Colorado,” is now available. Read More

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Stock Show Recap: Colorado as ‘Silicon Valley of Agriculture’?

By Jenni Lantz, Consultant, John Burns Consulting On Thursday, August 18, ULI Colorado presented “Taking Stock of the Stock Show,” which explored the overhaul of the National Western Center and the surrounding area of Denver’s Globeville neighborhood. This Young Leaders Group Discovery Series attracted a capacity crowd of 155 to an event including a panel of speakers, bus tours, and a networking social at the cowboy-themed National Western Club. In 2015, 65 percent of Denver voters passed 2C, a measure that extends a tourism tax to fund the National Western … Read More

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