We’re inviting you to share your passion for ULI with others. We have launched a member referral program and we want you to be one of the first to participate. Please take a moment to refer a friend or two who should be a ULI member. We’ll take it from there and send a series of messages to introduce the prospective member to the opportunities waiting to be found at ULI. And if one of your referrals becomes a ULI member, we’ll send you a gift card to treat the new member … Read More
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The ULI Young Leaders Group hosted yet another outstanding tour, showcasing a fraction of the buildings going up all over Boise and surrounding areas. The Kount Building is an example of what can be done to be Sustainable utilizing an existing building while enriching the diverse activity at street level with ground floor commercial uses. The vision of the project was to create a mixed use multi-tenant space that was highly active and engaging, both to the occupants of the building as well as the greater Downtown. Neckar coffee … Read More
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Posted with permission from Kim Burgess, Editor Idaho Business Review – 12/17/2018 Written by Teya Vitu and originally published by Idaho Business Review 12/10/2018. View original here. This is the third in a four-part series on downtown parking lots. Diamond Parking bought this parking lot at 401 Bannock Street and two other small lots at a state auction in 2017 for $1.59 million. Photo by Teya Vitu. In December 2017, Diamond Parking put in a winning bid of $1.59 million at an auction of state-owned commercial properties for three surface … Read More
ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative Hosts “Designing Great Cities.” The keynote speaker at the event was Dakota Keene, an associate principal at Mithün, a design firm based in Seattle. Dakota began with some thoughts on leadership, and how important it is to seek out new ideas and others’ perspectives. She shared her experience designing projects all over the country. She started at home with a project in Seattle designed to provide maximum accessibility for all to businesses and public space. We then went across the country to New York and … Read More
Come join the Vista community in celebrating turning pavement to parks for one day. On Sept 21st from Noon – 8pm in Vista Village we will be creating a park in the parking lot. Visit the park and tell us how you’d like to see the access to businesses improved and parks for all. You could also win a free tree to plant in your yard. ULI Idaho is proud to be part of this event through our work with the Vista Healthy Corridor Initiative, a partnership with the Depot … Read More
ULI Idaho has hired Alexandra Monjar as their new District Council Manager. Monjar most recently worked as Administrator at Idaho Smart Growth and as a volunteer with the National Street Service. She has a background in nonprofit management and holds a degree in arts administration from Westminster College in Salt Lake City.