2015 ULI Fall Meeting
Connect with the world of real estate in the tech capital of the world. Plug into the emerging technologies that will shape the industry for decades to come. Network with over 6,000 like-minded professionals, industry leaders and visionaries. Read More
Choose your area of interest and get involved on a ULI Idaho committee. There are standing committees that support the on-going activities of the district council and there are task forces in support of a specific community initiative. It is easy to be involved.
The Fiscal Year 16 Management Committee members are: Chair: Kent Hanway, President of CSHQA Treasurer: Wes Jost, Director of Idaho Real Estate for Zion’s Bank Vice-chair for Programs: Julie Marple, Director of the Development Group for the Northwest Real Estate Capital Corporation Vice-chair for Governance: George … Read More
Healthy Demonstration Corridors Nearly every community across the United States is plagued by auto-dominated arterials and commercial corridors that add pollution, ugliness, and danger to the metropolitan landscape. With a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, ULI will be investigating best practices to reinvent under-performing suburban and … Read More
Highlights of the September 10, 2014 Program: Infrastructure: Shaping the Competitive City Tom Murphy , ULI Senior Fellow, provided highlights … Read More
ULI Idaho Blog
is examining changes to the state urban renewal law for presentation in the 2016 Legislative Session. For more information go to: http://www.legislature.idaho.gov/sessioninfo/2015/interim/urban.htm. The next meeting of the committee will be held on October 19th
The work led by ULI Idaho to see how Vista Avenue could become a more healthy corridor is featured in the current edition of Urban Land. To see a description and photos go to: http://urbanland.uli.org/sustainability/creating-healthier-commercial-corridor-along-boises-vista-avenue.
How Housing Matters (http://howhousingmatters.org/) is the go-to place for the most rigorous research and practical information on how housing can contribute to: Better educational opportunities and outcomes for children. Stronger economic foundations for families and communities. Healthier people and neighborhoods. Funded by the John D. … Read More
Ed McMahon, who has been a keynote speaker at several ULI Idaho programs,appeared at a TEDx in Florida to explain how communities reap competitive advantages by establishing unique identities. See the video of his presentation.