Monthly Archives: April 2015

Introducing ULI’s 2014 Annual Report

The goal of ULI’s 2014 Annual Report is to capture and celebrate a broad range of ULI impacts and accomplishments from fiscal year 2014—July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2014—while spotlighting stories of members who deliver on ULI’s mission every day. This year, we are presenting the Annual Report in a digital-first format to create a more interactive, dynamic, and visually compelling experience. This is in line with ULI’s commitment to sustainable business practices. Another benefit of this format is the ease with which you can share the report with … Read More

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Living with Water featured in Annual Report

An extraordinary example of ULI’s Priority area of Building Sustainability, ULI Boston/New England’s Living with Water report was featured in the 2014 Annual Report: Developing for Humanity.

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The Route to Growth

The Route to Growth Capacity Investments Critical for Region’s Future In light of our unprecedented winter season and the significant transit service disruptions that followed, there has been no shortage of commentary and analysis regarding the crisis facing the MBTA. This winter’s events have made it crystal clear; whether you are an MBTA rider, or a driver who benefits from the congestion reduction provided by the MBTA, we all need a well-run transit system. The MBTA is the engine that helps power our economy and future growth, linking workers to … Read More

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ULI/NLC Rose Center Recommendations for Washington Street Corridor

On April 2, 2015, Members of ULI and the National League of Cities presented a slate of recommendations for increasing housing capacity and affordability along the Washington Street Corridor from Egleston Square to Forest Hills in Jamaica Plain. Click here for the presentation   The Rose Center was established in 2008 with a grant from ULI Foundation Governor Daniel Rose to encourage and support excellence in land use decision making by local governments. The Rose Center seeks to foster creative, efficient, practical and sustainable land use policies by providing public … Read More

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