Monthly Archives: October 2013

Boston Mayoral Candidates’ Visions For Development

Stephanie Wasser, Executive Director of ULI Boston, appeared on Greater Boston last week to discuss the Boston mayoral candidates’ visions for development. Joined by host Emily Rooney and political analyst Peter Kadzis, Stephanie participated in a lively discussion about development in the City of Boston Click here to see the segment See more at: http://wgbhnews.org/post/boston-mayoral-candidates-visions-development  

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Walsh, Connolly Both Want BRA Reform, But Different On Development Priorities – See more at: http://www.bankerandtradesman.com/news156969.html#sthash.E2ohASCH.dpuf

Click here for the Banker & Tradesman article about our recent program “Breakfast with Boston’s Next Mayor”

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ULI Boston Program Oversight Committee Postponed

The meeting originally scheduled for Thursday, October 10th will be rescheduled. A new date will be finalized soon. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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ULI Boston Announces New Advisory Board

ULI Boston’s Advisory Board Welcomes John Fowler, New Leadership, New Members to Guide Future Changes in City, State Real Estate Development FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Boston, MA – September 26, 2013 –As both the City and Commonwealth ready for new political leadership at a time of unprecedented urban growth, ULI Boston’s Advisory Board begins work with a new chairman, new members and a goal to offer continued guidance within the development community. “The 39 members of our new advisory board represent a wide cross section of respected leaders in both the … Read More

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Higher Education – A Catalyst for Downtown Revitalization: Experts from Higher Education, Real Estate and Business Evaluate the Impact

Higher Education – A Catalyst for Downtown Revitalization Experts from Higher Education, Real Estate and Business Evaluate the Impact   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Boston, Mass. – (October 6, 2013) – Whatdoes it take to revitalize a downtown district—to contribute vibrancy and a sense of place? For several Connecticut cities, one catalyst has been the development of downtown college campuses. Downtown campuses generate critical masses of students, faculty and support staff, helping create economic opportunities for the host municipality and adjacent businesses. In addition to the economic potential, bustling sidewalks are … Read More

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