Monthly Archives: May 2012

RECAP: BBVA Compass Stadium Tour & Luncheon – What’s Next


ULI members and sponsors met together at the BBVA Compass Stadium for a leadership roundtable looking forward to 2020. See what you missed by watching the podcast now!

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What’s Next – Event Recap

Urban Land Institute’s Executive VP Maureen McAvey presented the newly released book “What’s Next? Real Estate in the New Economy” to a full crowd at Dynamo’s new BBVA Compass Stadium in downtown Houston.  Maureen highlighted the US outlook on the economy, categorizing it in six groups: Work, Live, Connect, Renew, Move and Invest. A group of panelists moderated by Jonathan Brinsden, ULI Houston Chair discussed Houston’s present and future outlook. The panel included: Ed Wulfe, Wulfe & Co.; Tim Williamson, Cadence Bank; Reid Wilson, Wilson Cribbs & Goren PC; John … Read More

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ULI National Spring Meeting

The 2012 ULI Spring Meeting, an exclusive member conference, brought members together, top decision-makers and industry experts from every sector of real estate. To connect to key presentations and details about this year’s conference in Charlotte, NC, click here.

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YLG:Ashton Rice Village – Event Recap

Twenty-five Young Leader Group members received the VIP treatment as they enjoyed a hard hat behind-the-scenes tour of Ashton Rice Village. The Hanover Company hosted tour and discussed the latest happenings at this exciting 379-unit, multi-family development in the heart of Rice Village. To learn more about the Young Leaders Group, click here

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What’s Next for Our Cities


“What’s next?” It’s the question we hear over and over again in client offices, staff meetings, and SMPS events. And it is on the top of Ann Taylor’s agenda for the Urban Development panel that she will be moderating on July 12 at Build Business in San Francisco. Taylor, who is the executive director of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) for Houston and San Antonio, has convinced three of the best minds in urban development to join her for a discussion about what they see as “next.” With Taylor on … Read More

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