Monthly Archives: January 2014

Trends in Real Estate Forum

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2014 Trends in Real Estate Forum! Click here for the Emerging Trends Report (pdf)

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ULI Boston Examines Market Strengths and Weaknesses at 2014 Trends in Real Estate Forum

ULI Boston Examines Market Strengths and Weaknesses at 2014 Trends in Real Estate Forum  Find out where the experts are placing their bets FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Boston, Mass. – (January 22, 2014) – ULI Boston will hold its 2014 Trends in Real Estate Forum on January 29 at 4:00 pm at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. Trends is ULI Boston’s signature event, focusing on strategies for successful investing over the next 6-to-24 months. The 2014 Trends Forum will feature insight on the market’s changing consumer base from acclaimed demographer … Read More

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Finding the Green to Go Green: Panel Explores Options for Funding Improvements in Energy Efficiency

Finding the Green to Go Green:  Panel Explores Options for Funding Improvements in Energy Efficiency  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 17, 2014 New Haven, CT – Clean energy benefits both the environment and the bottom line, but what are the practical strategies for developing and financing energy efficient projects?  On January 23 at 5:00 p.m., ULI Boston, which serves the six New England states, will present the panel discussion, “Financing Energy Efficiency Improvements.” Local experts on lean energy, real estate and finance experts will share insights on accessing private and public … Read More

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Sarah Barnat is Named Executive Director of ULI Boston Experienced Developer to Lead Six-State District Council

The Boston District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a guiding voice in New England’s real estate community, today announced the appointment of Sarah Barnat to the position of Executive Director. Barnat replaces Stephanie Wasser, who has joined the ULI National leadership team to manage its Product Council Program. A former Vice President of Development at National Development in Newton, Mass, Barnat worked to redevelop the Boston Herald site into Ink Block South End, a $250 million mixed-use development currently under construction. Prior to that, Barnat was a senior … Read More

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