Author Archives: Stacy Greer

The Intersection of Food and Real Estate

In the Spring of 2016, ULI Center for Sustainability and the ULI Healthy Places Initiative launched a program of work examining the intersection of food and real estate.  Thus far, the research and programs have explored the relationship between food-based amenities – such as community gardens, farmer’s markets, food halls, restaurants, grocery stores and community building.   The work recognizes how access to fresh / local food is spurring innovation in development projects.  The foundation has committed resources through 2018 to further explore this connection.  The research is funded in part … Read More

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YLG Completed its 9th Annual Pro Bono Technical Assistance Panel

A New Lease on Life The ULI Young Leaders Group recently completed its 9th Annual Pro Bono Technical Assistance Panel. The non-profit client this year was Victorville-based Moses House, who provides vital long-term services to single mothers who are pregnant or have at least one child under the age of six. Programs offered focus on helping the single mothers and their families succeed by giving them a new lease on life. To support its core programs, Moses House operates a thrift store in Victorville, which fulfills multiple purposes. It serves … Read More

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New Health Program Opportunities for Members and Students: Apply by June 2

The Urban Land Institute’s Building Healthy Places Initiative is pleased to announce two new programs we hope you’ll consider being part of: ULI Health Leaders Network This program will empower real estate and land use professionals with the skills, knowledge, and networks to improve health outcomes in their professional practice and communities. Through in-person forums and training webinars, participants will gain valuable skills and connections that will help them advance their careers. They will also gain practical knowledge about the intersection between health and the built environment. This program is … Read More

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San Bernardino Developer Forum on June 6

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