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Urban Land Magazine by Elizabeth Razzi - 1d ago

(©Sam Kittner/kittner.com) Our Fall issue of Urban Land is always special; it’s the biggest magazine of the year, and it always takes a ..read more
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ULI Global Chief Executive Officer Ed Walter. With the Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C., almost upon us, there is much to anticipate. The ..read more
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A view of Lady Bird Lake near downtown Austin. A robust public/private partnership could further enable a bike trail and pedestrian ..read more
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An outdoor dining event in Reston Town Center in the Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C. (Sasaki) This article appeared in the Fall issue ..read more
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Early on, Reston’s developer partnered with Hyatt Regency to open a 500-key hotel on Market Street overlooking Fountain Square, the ..read more
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Diversity is best defined in one of two ways. Inherent diversity relates to built-in characteristics, such as age, gender, race, and ..read more
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Hoffman-Madison Waterfront, a partnership of locally based firms PN Hoffman and Madison Marquette, developed the Wharf, which includes a ..read more
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The Building Healthy Places Initiative is delighted to announce and congratulate the participants in the third cohort of the ULI/Randall ..read more
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The Empire Stores rooftop in the foreground with the Brooklyn Bridge in the background . (© S9 Architecture/Imagen Subliminal) Type: Mixed ..read more
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A skyline view from the Philadelphia Museum of Art shows 1800 Arch Street, the tallest building at center right. (Foster + Partners) Type: ..read more

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