Monthly Archives: March 2012

Evolving Uptown

In case you missed the luncheon on March 22nd, check out what industry leaders say about the dynamics of the Uptown District. Evolving Uptown: Keeping an urban district thriving, dynamic and successful from Urban Land Institute on Vimeo.

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Evolving Uptown – Event Recap

Evolving Uptown – This luncheon focused on the Uptown area and how it has kept up its vibrant and lively feel, followed by a panel discussion on exciting new projects ahead. Featured speakers included: Kevin Batchelor, Hines; Patty Bender, Weingarten Realty Investors; John Breeding, Uptown Houston District; Steven Lerner, The Redstone Companies; Adil Noorani, Hines.

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ULI Suburban Marketplace Kicks Off with Mobile Workshop Tour

Again this year, ULI Suburban Marketplace will bring hundreds of real estate professionals, public officials and other opinion leaders to focus on the nation’s fastest-growing suburban communities. Before the conference kicks off,  and exclusively for conference attendees, a limited number of participants will take mobile workshop tours. One tour will take participants for a look behind home plate at the new ballpark and for a quick fly-by of Sugar Land Regional Airport with special tour guide, Sugar Land Mayor James Thompson.  The other tour offers the inside story of the … Read More

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Final Four ULI/Gerald D. Hines Urban Design Competition Teams Tour Houston Site

The four teams that will compete in the final round of the ULI/Gerald D. Hines Urban Design Competition on April 5-6 visited Houston last week to tour the competition site and learn more about the unique features and history of the area. While they were here, reporters from the Houston Chronicle, Culture Map, CITE, and KUHF-Radio came along for the tour and got first impressions from graduate students at Berkley, Columbia, Harvard, University of Colorado, and University of Michigan. Listen to the KUHF Radio story here Read coverage in CultureMap

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