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Fishers TAP and Event

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The City of Fishers has invited the Urban Land Institute to provide subject matter expertise as the City continues to develop a new Comprehensive Plan.  ULI Indiana has invited esteemed ULI members from other places who have experience working in places like Fishers and Metro Indianapolis. These are: Lynn Carlton, HOK (Kansas City) Blair Humphreys,  Humphreys Company (Oklahoma City) Rob Spanier, Live Work Learn Play (Toronto) These panelists will also present on September 1 at a ULI luncheon event that is open to the public. At the luncheon, you will … Read More

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Indiana Members Participate in Denver Advisory Panel

Two ULI Indiana Members recently participated in a ULI national Advisory Services Panel (ASP) for the University of Denver. The University had commissioned the Washington-based Urban Land Institute(ULI) to help determine how to best improve its physical space and to better engage with the Denver community. Jeff Kingsbury and Tamara Zahn were part of a 10-member panel invited by ULI to spend a week in Denver, conducting site visits and interviewing more than 70 stakeholders about the best ways for DU to become more welcoming to the Denver community, to increase … Read More

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Indy Chamber Places and Spaces: Join Us On The Cultural Trail

The Indy Chamber is hitting the trail and taking you on a tour of some of Indy’s most unique places and spaces. They’ll be visiting previous Monumental Awards honorees and identifying some of Indy’s examples of excellence in the built environment. Don’t have a bike? Not to worry! The Indianapolis Cultural Trail will be providing Pacers Bikeshare bicycles for this tour, free of charge. This event is casual, so come as you are. See you on the trail! PLACES AND SPACES BIKE TOUR THURSDAY, AUGUST 18 INDIANAPOLIS CULTURAL TRAIL 4:00-6:00 PM Click here to register.

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Indy Chamber Issues Call for Monumental Awards Submissions

The Indy Chamber is now accepting submissions for the 2016 Monumental Awards. In order to be considered, entries must be received electronically no later than 5:00pm on Friday, July 29. Monumental Awards is an annual evening of recognition for individuals and businesses that contribute to excellence in landscape architecture, interior design, neighborhood revitalization, architecture, engineering, construction, real estate development, innovation reuse and public art throughout the Indianapolis region. The 2016 Monumental Awards will take place on Thursday, October 20, from 5:30 – 8:30pm at The Indiana Roof Ballroom. All projects … Read More

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$25 Off Promo

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Now through June 30, ULI is offering $25 off dues for new members! The best opportunities to get involved and build relationships are reserved for ULI members. And members save 25% or more on all ULI offerings including books, events, and educational workshops. Joining will be one of the best investments you will ever make. To take advantage of this offer, join by June 30, 2016 using promo code SPR25. Click here to learn more about membership benefits or to join online Click here to download membership application and rates

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Property Showcase – Old Southside Neighborhood Association

The Old Southside Neighborhood Association [OSNA] along with Stadium Village Business Association is planning an event to bring economic development and families to our neighborhood. Click here to view the flyer for the event

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Speedway Watch

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Just in time for race weekend, ULI Indiana brings you this story based on our April 25 event highlighting recent changes in the Town of Speedway and in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway itself.  Know what to watch for this weekend.  Read it while you’re in line! (Click here for a download of this article.) A History Based on Technology The history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and the Town of Speedway itself, is a great lesson on the role of technology clusters on city development.  People may debate the value … Read More

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The Future of Transit in Indy

Mass transit helps people get to work, school, healthcare, and other necessities. By connecting workers and employers, an expanded, reliable transit system can help strengthen the Indy economy. Join the Indy Chamber on Tuesday May 10 from 7:30-9:00 am at Faegre Baker Daniels for Pancakes & Politics as they welcome Sean Northup of Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization and James Corless of Transportation for America to discuss the future of transit in Indy. Their experts will address national transit trends and the federal funding of the Red Line, as well as technical aspects of the Marion County Transit Plan and its interplay on … Read More

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Next Stop: Opportunity featuring Jarrett Walker

Message from Indy Connect Dear Marion County Stakeholder, Join us for a breakfast and panel discussion featuring Jarrett Walker and Indianapolis leaders: Michael Twyman, OpportunIndy Kimberly Simmons, Indianapolis Urban League Leigh Evans, Mapleton-Fall Creek Development Corporation The Topic: The Marion County Transit Plan proposes a 70% increase in IndyGo’s service, offering shorter waits, later evening hours, and more weekend service for most of Indianapolis. Without robust transit service, most Indy residents need a car to access the city’s jobs, education, and healthcare. What could better access to opportunity mean for … Read More

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WalkWays Open Houses

From Health by Design: We’re pleased to announce new public input opportunities as part of WalkWays, the partnership between the City of Indianapolis, Marion County Public Health Department and Health by Design partners to make Indianapolis more walkable and to get more people walking. As part of the development of Indianapolis’ first pedestrian plan, a series of five public open houses will take place later this month. The events will provide residents the chance to hear an update on the planning process, offer input on improving walking in the city … Read More

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