Monthly Archives: July 2018

Full Members in the News – Second Quarter 2018

As a benefit to Full Members of the Urban Land Institute, ULI Indiana features a quarterly digest of news submitted by Full Members. If you are a Full Member of ULI and would like to share news about yourself or your organization, please contact Holly Bolton, ULI Indiana communications chair. Larry Gigerich, Executive Managing Director for Ginovus, was a featured speaker at the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s Spring Board of Directors meeting in French Lick on June 1, following an appearance at the Central Indiana Council of Elected Officials on May … Read More

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2018 RPC

Indianapolis recently hosted the East Central ULI Regional Product Council 2.0, a multi-disciplinary forum designed to foster the sharing of information and best practices by mid- and senior-level members. The Regional Product Council focused on public/private partnerships in mixed-use development. “The Regional Product Council brought together a lot of smart people with interesting perspectives from peer communities,” said Sean Northup, deputy director of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization and co-champion of the ULI East Central RPC. “When we can have open conversations and be resources to one another, it just … Read More

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Juanita Hardy, ULI Senior Visiting Fellow for Creative Placemaking, to keynote 2018 Indiana Bike and Walk Summit

Juanita Hardy, ULI Senior Visiting Fellow for Creative Placemaking, will be the opening keynote speaker at the 2018 Indiana Bike and Walk Summit Aug. 29 – 30, at the Omni Severin Hotel. This year’s theme, “Leading Locally for Active Transportation,” will offer representatives of cities and towns throughout the state a chance to showcase their efforts and to learn from others working here in Indiana and around the nation. For more information, visit http://inbikewalksummit.org.

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White River Vision Plan team seeking input

The White River Vision Plan is “a community-driven process in Indianapolis and Hamilton County to develop a plan that explores the enormous potential of our river to enhance regional vibrancy, ecological integrity, livability and economic vitality.”  The team is looking for input to help expand and confirm their findings through three open houses: July 11, 6-8 p.m. Noblesville City Hall 16 S. 10th Street, Noblesville July 12, 12-1:30 p.m. Paul J. Norman Center, Marian University 3200 Cold Spring Road, Indianapolis July 12, 6-8 p.m. Riverside Park Family Center 2420 E. … Read More

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July through October 2018 Breakfast Series to take place at Market District, Carmel

The second of half of ULI Indiana’s 2018 Breakfast Series, held at a new venue—Market District at The Bridges in Carmel, 11505 North Illinois Street. Our July 26 Breakfast Series program is appropriate for this new event location—we’ll revisit the food and real estate topic from a different angle. Stay tuned for more details on this program! In addition, mark your calendar for upcoming Breakfast Series programs on Aug. 23, Sept. 27, and Oct. 25, with planned topics that include parks and open space, housing, and transformative projects. The events … Read More

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Fellowship Opportunity: Spurring Community-Oriented Redevelopment in Indianapolis’s Far Eastside

Fellowship applications are being accepted to  “Spur Community-Oriented Redevelopment in Indianapolis’s Far Eastside.” In collaboration with the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office, FUSE Corps is seeking a fellow with 15 years of professional experience in real estate project management–particularly with a strong background in property acquisition, reuse, land use law or community development. A FUSE Fellowship is a 12-month engagement requiring fellows be primarily committed to their partnership with the government agency throughout the year to ensure the success of their project. This commitment begins on Sept. 24, 2018 and ends Sept. 20, … Read More

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