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Five Real Estate Industry Leaders Named to ULI’s Americas Executive Committee

The new members of ULI’s Americas Executive Committee are Clare De Briere, founder, C+C Ventures in Los Angeles and chairman of ULI Los Angeles; Sharmil Modi, principal, Modi Adventureprises, Boston; Daniel Neidich, chief executive officer, Dune Real Estate Partners LP, New York City; Leslie Woo, chief planning and development officer, Metrolinx, Toronto; and Jonathan Brinsden, chief executive officer, Midway Companies, Houston.

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Doug Abbey Named Chairman of ULI Foundation

Longtime ULI leader Douglas D. Abbey, chairman of Swift Real Estate Partners in San Francisco, has been named chairman of the ULI Foundation. Abbey, whose membership with ULI spans 37 years, began his term as Foundation chairman July 1.

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ULI Welcomes New Members of the Global Board of Directors and Governing Trustees

Five real estate industry leaders have been added to the ULI Global Board of Directors, serving terms that began July 1. In addition, 26 industry luminaries and leading ULI members have been added to the roster of ULI’s Governing Trustees, who provide leadership in member advancement of the Institute’s mission.

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Nicholas Brooke, New Chairman of ULI Asia Pacific, Named a Life Trustee

Nicholas Brooke, an acclaimed authority on land administration and planning matters, and one of Hong Kong’s most widely recognized champions of innovation and technology, has received dual recognition from ULI in being selected as the new chairman of the Asia Pacific region and the first ULI Life Trustee from Asia Pacific.

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Recent Articles

  • Jürgen Fenk Appointed Chairman of ULI Europe

    July 6, 2018

    Jürgen Fenk, member of the Group Executive Board of SIGNA Group, has been named the new chair of ULI Europe. Fenk, who succeeds Jon Zehner, global head of the client capital group for LaSalle Investment Management, will serve on a voluntary basis for a two-year term. A member of ULI for over a decade, Fenk has just completed a four-year term as chair of ULI Germany, ULI’s second largest national council in Europe. He is also currently a Global Governing Trustee, a member of ULI Europe’s Executive Committee, and serves on ULI’s Global Board of Directors.

  • Leveraging Public Engagement, Key Institutions to Make Breakthrough Changes

    June 26, 2018

    Panelists speaking at the 2018 ULI U.K. Annual Conference said that disruptive change—ranging from the safe use of autonomous vehicles to greater energy efficiency districts to rethinking city governments outside London—requires public engagement, forethought, and transparency.

  • ULI Asia Case Study: Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul

    Seoul’s Bukchon Hanok Village is a 600-year-old traditional settlement located in the southern part of the city that was once home to the aristocratic families of Korea’s Joseon dynasty. Although many of the area’s historic hanok homes have disappeared over the centuries, rebuilding work during the 1930s ensured some 1,200 traditional homes still exist in the area.

  • ULI Europe Report Focuses on Successful Investing in Density

    June 25, 2018

    A new report, Supporting Smart Urban Development: Successful Investing in Density, is the result of collaboration between a powerful group of innovative real estate investors and developers that are actively building the cities of the future. Collectively, this group owns or manages over US $300 billion worth of real estate assets worldwide.

  • Following Hurricane’s Devastation, Rebuilding St. Croix for Resilience

    Land use and urban planning experts representing ULI will be making recommendations to the Virgin Islands Housing Authority on creating a long-term plan for rebuilding the territory’s St. Croix district to increase the resilience of the built environment, revive the district’s economy, and reinforce its appeal to residents as well as visitors.

  • Fast-Growing Urban Neighborhoods Attract Diverse Group of Residents and Workers

    June 20, 2018

    The population of urban neighborhoods in many metropolitan areas is growing as quickly or nearly as quickly as that of suburban neighborhoods, reflecting ongoing consumer demand—particularly among younger households—for walkable living environments that are convenient to jobs, transit, and urban amenities, according to new research published by ULI and RCLCO.

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