Monthly Archives: October 2017

ULI Partners on “10-Minute Walk” Campaign for Urban Parks

By Trisha Riggs Urban Land magazine – October 11, 2017 ULI has joined with 127 of the most influential U.S. mayors, along with the Trust for Public Land and the National Recreation and Park Association in launching a historic “10-minute walk” parks advocacy campaign, establishing the ambitious goal that all Americans should live within a 10-minute walk (or half-mile) of a high-quality park or green space. Read More

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HP Inc.’s Boise Idaho Campus Awarded SITES Gold for Achievement in Landscape Sustainability

BOISE, Idaho – October 17, 2017 – Today, HP Inc. announced its Boise Idaho Campus was awarded Gold under the Sustainable SITES Initiative (SITES) rating system. Owned and administered by Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI), SITES is the most comprehensive program for designing, developing and maintaining sustainable landscapes. Read More

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RFQ – Vista Avenue Healthy Corridor Project Creative PlaceMaking Project

Introduction: The Urban Land Institute of Idaho (ULI) is seeking qualifications from interested individuals in developing a creative placemaking project for Vista Avenue sidewalks. Scope of work:The endeavor could be a permanent or temporary public art installation, cultural event, way-finding, sign(s), performance art, or any other endeavor the animates the sidewalks through engagement of the immediate neighborhood, and furthers the objectives of the ULI Healthy Corridor Project. Equally important to the project is the engagement of community in the development of the creative product. The selected contractor will work with … Read More

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Global CEO Patrick Phillips on ULI’s Leadership in Urban Resilience

Written by Patrick Phillips ULI Global CEO: The devastation caused by the recent natural disasters in the Americas is a timely reminder of the connection between land use and urban resilience. With so much about the built environment now under scrutiny — in terms of what’s built, and how and where it’s being built — the Urban Land Institute’s work has never been more necessary or relevant. Drawing upon our 80-year track record of leadership in urban design and development, we will continue to help communities become more resilient, livable … Read More

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