Monthly Archives: October 2014

CFL Alumni Recognized as Winners of Urban Land Magazine First-Ever 40 Under 40 Competition

CELEBRATING THE WORLD’S BEST AND BRIGHTEST YOUNG LAND USE PROFESSIONALS, ULI’S   URBAN LAND MAGAZINE RECOGNIZES WINNERS OF FIRST-EVER 40 UNDER 40 COMPETITION For more information, contact: Trish Riggs, 202-624-7086; NEW YORK (October 21, 2014) — Urban Land magazine, the flagship publication of the Urban Land Institute, has announced the winners of its first-ever 40 Under 40 competition, which recognizes the best and brightest young land use professionals from around the globe as determined by a jury of leading ULI members. The winners were recognized today by ULI Global Chairman … Read More

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Atlanta in Context: Reflecting on our past. Focusing on our future.

By Matt Scofield “Atlanta Rising” by Atlanta journalist Frederick Allen laid the groundwork for Day 1 of Urban Land Institute’s Center for Leadership Class of 2015. As an Atlanta native, I was aware of much of Atlanta’s history, but found the book provided interesting insights and revelations about how Atlanta became the Capitol of the South and intimate details of how Atlanta’s movers and shakers got this done. The day kicked off in the GWCC Authority’s Boardroom where Sarah Kirsch, Executive Director for ULI Atlanta, welcomed the Class of 2015. … Read More

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Centennial Olympic Park has profound impact on metro Atlanta

Lisa R. Schoolcraft Industry Focus Editor- Atlanta Business Chronicle Urban Land Institute’s Atlanta chapter, at its Sept. 11 awards ceremony, recognized downtown Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park with a special 20-year project award. The park, built as part of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, has been an enduring part of the Games’ legacy, as well as a catalyst for economic development around it. Here, David Allman, founder and chairman of Regent Partners LLC and chairman of ULI Atlanta, explains the decision to honor the park and the vision of its … Read More

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