The Indy Chamber is accepting submissions for the 2017 Monumental Awards, recognizing excellence in landscape architecture, interior design, real estate development, architecture, engineering, construction, neighborhood revitalization, reuse and public art. 2017 marks the 40th Monumental Awards, highlighting the most exciting annual additions to the region’s “built environment.” Submissions are due July 28. The Indiana district council of the Urban Land Institute is the sanctioning organization for the real estate development category. Indy looked very different when the inaugural Monumental Awards was held in 1977: There were barely 1,000 hotel rooms available … Read More
Using the redevelopment of Indianapolis’ Circle Centre Mall as their hypothetical case study, future leaders of the real estate industry recently competed for the Wally F. Holladay Entrepreneurial Excellence Award and a $5,000 Scholarship provided by the Opus Foundation. The Indiana chapter of NAIOP, a commercial real estate development organization, started the local University Challenge, now in its sixth year. This year, the Indiana district council of the Urban Land Institute, a nonprofit education and research institute focusing on responsible land use and development, partnered with NAIOP to expand the … Read More
For a limited time, you can receive $25 off membership dues. ULI has nearly 40,000 members worldwide, representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines working in private enterprise and public service. In Indiana, our membership of approximately 300 helps position Indiana’s urban places as great places to live and invest. ULI provides information members can trust and a place for leaders to grow professionally and personally through sharing, mentoring, and problem solving Become a ULI member today and enjoy: Members-only events where you can meet … Read More
Artists, developer team up to keep homes affordable for creatives Shared ownership in Indianapolis transforming block from vacant to vibrant A people-focused arts organization and a nonprofit community developer are teaming up with neighbors, artists and builders to launch an affordable home ownership program that turns vacant houses into long-term affordable homes for artists. Applications are being accepted until April 14 for the first two houses in a multi-phase approach that will include as many as 10 affordable homes for artists who will help boost this transitioning neighborhood just south … Read More
LISC Indianapolis is celebrating its 25th Anniversary with an awards program that recognizes community game changers in the Indy region. The first annual Love Thy Neighborhood Awards will take place on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at the Indiana War Memorial. The event will start at 5:30 p.m. with a cocktail reception featuring heavy hors d’oeuvres and drinks provided by local entrepreneurs who have been impacted by LISC’s small business support including Bluebeard, La Margarita, Duos and more. This will be followed with attendees moving into the beautiful auditorium space for … Read More
Congratulations to the following ULI Indiana members and sponsors for their recent achievements! ULI member Mark Fisher, chief policy officer at IndyChamber, and ULI sponsor Tony Knoble, president, TWG Development LLC, were among the Indianapolis Business Journal’s 2017 40 Under 40 honorees. Matthew Nolley, who works in economic development at the Indianapolis office of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, was recently promoted to partner. Nolley focuses his practice in real estate, business and finance law. Josh Malarsky, a member of Katz, Sapper & Miller’s real estate and aviation services groups, was promoted to partner. … Read More
Unique program brings together graduate students, ULI members, and thought leaders to discuss the future of the city ULI Indiana is partnering with Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning to offer a unique series, “The Future of the City,” kicking off on Feb. 7. The program evolved from the efforts of David Ferguson, associate dean of CAP, who has spent the past two years researching and exploring the topic of the city’s future while expanding content for graduate students enrolled in the master of urban design program. The … Read More
ULI Indiana met its membership goal for 2016, meeting the 300 mark! The District Council appreciates our members’ efforts to grow the network, with special thanks to membership co-chairs Mark Plassman, Fidelity National Title, and Jamie Ford-Bowers, HWC Engineering, as well all of our volunteers and sponsors who create and support programs that benefit ULI Indiana.
As you set professional goals for this new year, look to ULI Indiana to help achieve them. The Indiana District Council has many quality programs in store for early 2017, and several of them are free or discounted for members. 2017 Breakfast Series, presented by Krieg DeVault (ten events per year that are free to members). New, members-only programming in downtown Indianapolis (seven events from February-March are confirmed). A custom presentation on metro Indy’s housing profile from the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing (first quarter). A new partner event with allied professional … Read More
Former Indianapolis Mayor William H. Hudnut III, 84, passed away on Dec. 18, 2016 after a lengthy illness. Hudnut served as a ULI senior resident fellow and was instrumental in the transformation of Indianapolis while serving four terms as mayor of the city. Read the Urban Land Institute’s tributes to Hudnut, which include reflections from ULI Global CEO Patrick Phillips and a revisiting of the December 2015 ULI Connect interview.