Posts Tagged ‘ULI’

Mason Center Part of Advisory Group for Re-use of New Orleans Landmark

Eric Maribojoc, director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE), represented CREE as part of an Urban Land Institute (ULI) Advisory Panel engaged by the Louisiana State University (LSU) Foundation to evaluate the redevelopment of the one-million square foot former Charity Hospital building, a historic art-deco building built in 1939 and vacant since being […]

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Real Estate Development Trends in 2017

It can be difficult to predict real estate development trends. Recent changes in the political landscape are also making it harder to make predictions. But a few professionals have highlighted real estate development trends in 2017 to keep an eye out for. According to many industry professionals, developers, builders and investors should be cautiously optimistic […]

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Sustainable Real Estate Development Projects

In the Washington, D.C. metro area, there seems to be no shortage of sustainable real estate development projects in the works. Sustainable real estate projects will continue to grow as businesses and communities look towards economic development that does not deplete natural resources. Groups such as NAIOP and Urban Land Institute (ULI) focus on sustainable […]

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DC Development Trends 2014

A student perspective on ULI’s annual conference by Kate Zawacki, Mason MRED student I went to the annual ULI Washington Real Estate Trends conference and I have to say it was a great learning and networking opportunity. I’m glad I took advantage of the MRED programs offer to sponsor our participation as students. The theme […]

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