As a ULI Member for many years, I have always found that the multi-disciplinary make up of the Urban Land Institute mimics my own professional journey. During May 8-10, ULI’s Spring 2012 Conference (#ULISpring12) was held in Charlotte, NC. The days were packed with information sharing, lessons learned, thought-provoking discussions and networking. The evenings involved dinners and more networking in a relaxed setting.
A list of the proceedings can be found here: http://www.ulispring.org/program/
A snapshot of those attending: http://www.ulispring.org/whos-attending/
We took a break to check out Charlotte (only our second time in the City). Here’s a picture at one of the light rail lines that runs through the City Center and beyond:
The Fall Conference will be held in Denver, CO (http://www.ulifall.org/). Hope to see you there.
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Founded in 1936, the Institute now has members in 95 countries worldwide, representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines working in private enterprise and public service.
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