Monthly Archives: March 2015

Center for Leadership Now Accepting Applications!

We are now accepting applications for the Class of 2015-2016! Our MISSION is to cultivate leadership and life-strategy skills by teaching emerging leaders in the real estate and land use industries how the Atlanta region gets built. Why Participate: Engage with top speakers from every facet of land use in a small group environment; Collaborate with real estate professionals in problem solving; Improve your ability to interface with like-minded professionals; and Gain insights and life management skills Who Participates: Individuals working in the real estate industry and related fields; Emerging … Read More

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New from ULI: Building Healthy Places Toolkit

ULI’s Building Healthy Places Toolkit: Strategies for Enhancing Health in the Built Environment outlines evidence-supported opportunities for enhancing health outcomes in real estate developments. Developers, owners, property managers, designers, investors, and others involved in real estate decision making can use the report’s recommendations and strategies to create places that contribute to healthier people and communities, and to enhance and preserve value by meeting growing desires for health-promoting places. The report outlines 21 recommendations for promoting health at the building or project scale. These “gold star” recommendations are organized according to … Read More

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Building for Our Future

Day 5: Housing & Urban Design – Building for Our Future By Jessica Lenze For Day 5 of the CFL Program, the class met at The Stacks in Cabbage Town, which was an appropriate venue for the topic of the day: Housing & Urban Design. John Moores of Gensler and Rachel Tobin of Jackson Spalding organized an exciting line-up of events including presentations, panels, and tours. There were several major themes that we encountered throughout most of the day: the importance of mass transit, city leadership, New Urbanism and the … Read More

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