Panelists at the edge of Lake Chauncy in Westborough
Larry Cheng and Tony Hsaio at the Worcester TAP
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TAPs

During this one-day program, a panel of six to 12 ULI members provide local stakeholders with the information and tools needed to move projects from the backburner to full steam ahead. Master plans, achieving a broader tax base, market feasibility, and financial structuring are just a few examples of how a Technical Assistance Panel can help a community tackle land use issues.

TAPs

ULI Boston Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs)

International marketplaces, river walks, hundreds of housing units, hidden parking and improved transportation stations — these are just a few of the recommendations resulting from ULI Boston’s Technical Assistance Panels.

Charged with moving specific projects forward, a group of ULI real estate professionals bring their expertise into local communities through a one-day, free consultation service. Technical Assistance Panels are organized for qualifying non-profits and local governments that may not have the resources to find solutions to development roadblocks.

During this one-day program, a panel of six to 12 ULI members provide local stakeholders with the information and tools needed to move projects from the backburner to full steam ahead. Master plans, achieving a broader tax base, market feasibility, and financial structuring are just a few examples of how a Technical Assistance Panel can help a community tackle land use issues.

Panel member expertise includes developers and owners, investors, designers, engineers, and executives from some of Boston’s largest banks and commercial real estate firms. From Mattapan Square to Somerville and Wareham, ULI continues its mission to facilitate decision-making and idea generation at the local level.

The ULI Boston TAP program is proudly sponsored by MassDevelopment

MassDevelopment

To find out more about the ULI Boston TAP program call Michelle Landers at 857-263-7585 or download the TAP Application.

Michelle LandersMichelle Landers, Director
857-263-7585
mlanders@uli.org