Monthly Archives: January 2018

ULI Colorado is Hiring!

This position is now closed. ULI Colorado is hiring a Senior Associate! Here’s your chance to work with the best team in town. The Senior Associate is the junior position on a close-knit, collaborative, hardworking, and fun-loving staff of four serving ULI Colorado’s 1,200 members and the greater community of Colorado commercial real estate, design, engineering, and land use planning sectors. The ideal candidate will be a tactful “people person” with a passion for and basic professional and educational background in ULI’s core issues of urban sustainability. Continue reading and … Read More

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Urban Land Institute makes grants for public art and placemaking projects in Colorado Springs and Denver’s Montbello neighborhood

News from ULI Colorado Urban Land Institute makes grants for public art and placemaking projects in Colorado Springs and Denver’s Montbello neighborhood For immediate release: January 12, 2018 Contact: Marianne Eppig or Sarah Franklin, 303.893.1760, Colorado@uli.org Thanks to a grant from the Colorado Health Foundation, Urban Land Institute (ULI) Colorado is funding two projects designed to improve physical activity and public health in low-income neighborhoods. The pair of $5,000 grants will be used to: Create at least four new wayfinding signs directing pedestrians and cyclists from Denver’s Montbello neighborhood (pop. … Read More

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ULI Healthy Corridors Initiative in Colorado – update

By Sarah Franklin and Marianne Eppig ULI Healthy Corridors Initiative in Colorado Since Spring 2015, though the Building Healthy Corridors program, ULI Colorado has worked with stakeholders to strategize ways to improve the built environment along auto-oriented corridors to positively influence public health. In 2015-16, the first Healthy Corridors study took place in a 2.2-mile section of Federal Boulevard. Successful workshops in July 2015 (a local activity run by the Colorado District Council) and January 2016 (through a national study) brought 60+ national and local ULI expert volunteers in to … Read More

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