Tag Archives: ULI Orange County/Inland Empire

YLG Program: Boardroom After Hours with John Burns

John Burns CEO John Burns Real Estate Consulting, LLC   John founded the company to help business executives make informed housing industry investment decisions.  The company’s research subscribers receive the most accurate analysis possible to inform their macro investment decisions, and the company’s consulting clients receive specific property and portfolio investment advice designed to maximize profits.  The team takes great pride in enabling the profitable development of the best places to live in the world. John co-authored Big Shifts Ahead: Demographic Clarity for Businesses, a #1 best seller in several … Read More

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NAIOP/CREW/ULI Young Leaders Summer Soiree – SOLD OUT!

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UrbanPlan Volunteer Training: Orange County/Inland Empire

Your opportunity to be trained as an UrbanPlan volunteer has come. Participate in our volunteer training on August 10th and join the ranks of ULI UrbanPlan volunteers that have reached over 20,000 high school and university students across the country since 2003. Make an impact in the future of land use by attending a one-day training. It will prepare you to assist students who are learning the essence of development: how the forces of our market economy clash and collaborate with the non-market forces of our representative democracy to create the built environment – providing … Read More

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UrbanPlan Volunteer Training

Training is full! To be added to the wait list email katie.holst@uli.org. UrbanPlan is coming back to ULI Orange County/Inland Empire and we want you to volunteer!  UrbanPlan is a realistic, engaging, and academically demanding classroom-based curriculum in which students learn about the fundamental forces that affect development in the United States. Through ULI’s UrbanPlan curriculum, members interact with students on a regular basis. As experts in the land use profession, the members, acting as facilitators, challenge students to think critically about issues potentially impacting the planning and development industry. Volunteers … Read More

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Let’s Roll with OCTA

Celebrate Bike Month by joining the OCTA Bike Rally on May 12 for a fun ride from Orange Metrolink Station to OCTA headquarters via Old Towne Orange and Santiago Creek Trail. The event starts at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 8:45 a.m. Bikes, Trails, and Freebies In addition to companionship and great exercise, you’ll get a cool Bike Month t-shirt. Plus, all riders will be entered into a post-rally raffle. Pledge to ride during Bike Month and receive a discount coupon from Jax Bicycle and a chance to win an iPad and other prizes! … Read More

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YLG Spring Mixer

If you like networking with young professionals in the land use industry and you like craft beer, then you will not want to miss the YLG Spring Mixer at Barley Forge Brewing Co. in Costa Mesa! Barley Forge is Costa Mesa’s first ever production brewery and was voted Best Brewery for 2015 by OC Weekly. Member – $30 Non-member – $40 Member on-site – $40 Non-member on-site – $50 Registration fee includes 2 drink tickets (wine, beer or soda) plus appetizers.

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*SOLD OUT* YLG Boardroom After Hours: Pacific City

MEMBER ONLY EVENT The next YLG Boardroom After Hours event will be a much anticipated tour of brand new Pacific City in Huntington Beach! Leading the tour will be Lindsay Parton, President, DJM Capital and Jeff Larson, Principal, MVE+Partners. Space is VERY limited, register today to secure your spot. This is a YLG member only event. Board Room After Hours Sponsors:        

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Correlation Between Active Transportation and Increased Property Values

By Phyllis Tuchmann, ULI Orange County/Inland Empire “Damn that traffic jam!  How I hate to be late.  Hurts my motor to go so slow. Damn that traffic jam.” – Lyrics by James Taylor. Waiting in traffic is not “Active Transportation,” a new planning vernacular for non-motorized transportation, specifically biking and walking. “Bicycling is the fastest-growing form of transportation for commuters in the US.  Fifty percent of US residents say that walkability is a top priority or a high priority when considering where to live,” says Ed McMahon, Senior Resident Fellow … Read More

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The Money Chase 2016 in Review

The Capital Markets Initiative Council once again produced a phenomenal “Money Chase” event on February 25th at The Pacific Club in Newport Beach.  The keynote speaker at the sold out event was Ethan Penner – an industry heavyweight who is credited as the architect of the commercial mortgage backed securities (“CMBS”) market.  The interview was conducted by Jerome Fink, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of The Bascom Group, who posed a number of thought-provoking questions that were centered on the state of the market, and where we’re headed. One of the … Read More

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ULI Names Kathleen B. Carey as New President and Chief Executive Officer of the ULI Foundation

For more information, contact Trish Riggs at 202-624-7086 WASHINGTON (March 3, 2016) – The Urban Land Institute (ULI), a global research and education institute dedicated to responsible land use and creating thriving, sustainable communities, has appointed Kathleen B. Carey as president and chief executive officer of the ULI Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Institute that supports ULI’s programs, services and activities. In her new role, Carey will oversee all fundraising activities for ULI and the ULI Foundation, the Foundation’s Annual Fund, the Foundation Governors program, ULI’s work with philanthropic grantors … Read More

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