Monthly Archives: March 2018

Welcome Jack Tiebout, Senior Associate!

Please welcome Jack Tiebout, ULI Colorado’s newest staff member! Jack joins ULI Colorado as a Senior Associate,  responsible for planning and managing ULI Colorado events as well as communicating with Colorado’s leaders in responsible land use. Jack brings an array of experiences to ULI. Upon graduating from Tulane University in 2012 with a double major in English and Psychology, Jack founded Faubourg Farms, an urban farming business that used straw bale gardens to give New Orleanians with poor soil quality the opportunity to grow their own vegetables. Jack’s farm was a tenant partner at The ReFresh Project, … Read More

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Blue Dot Place featured in ULI Case Study

Blue Dot Place, Impact Award finalist, featured in Urban Land Institute Case Study Blue Dot Place, the first multi-unit residential building constructed in downtown Colorado Springs since 1960, was recently featured in a ULI case study on Active Transportation, exploring the interconnections among walking, bicycling, and real estate development. The Active Transportation project is being undertaken as part of the Building Healthy Places Initiative, which develops resources that are widely distributed among ULI member and partner networks. Read the case study here:

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Call for Applications: BHP Workshops

For Immediate Release: Apply today! Expert help available, free, to help your community build active, healthy lifestyles Deadline to apply: Monday, April 23rd, 2018 ULI Colorado’s Building Healthy Places Workshops: Two opportunities Available in 2018 Learn more here The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a research and education nonprofit whose 40,000 members include leading architects, developers, and planners. ULI’s mission is to provide leadership in responsible land use to create and sustain thriving communities. In partnership with the Colorado Health Foundation, ULI has become a leader to foster healthy and … Read More

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