October 16th, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Become an UrbanPlan volunteer! Sign up to attend the volunteer training session this Oct. 16th. To register email Marisita Jarvis at email@example.com Learn more about UrbanPlan and what is means to be an UrbanPlan volunteer here.
For years, San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood has been known for its edge and grit. It’s had little new development activity and considerable disinvestment. After sitting vacant for almost a decade, the development of Market Square was a risky bet in a bad neighborhood. Now the world headquarters for one of the most dynamic and well-known tech firms on the planet, the project is making this transitional neighborhood a desirable place to live, work and play. ULI members who are interested in learning more about this unusual and historic site, can … Read More
ULIsf is pleased to announce the recipients of the WLI Fall Meeting Scholarship. Eight outstanding women who have shown leadership within ULIsf will receive complimentary registration and be matched with a local mentor and WLI Ambassador. Funded by the ULIsf District Council, the scholarships complement the ten that were awarded by WLI Global. The WLI scholarships were offered to promote the participation of San Francisco women at the Fall Meeting and to raise the visibility and number of women leaders in ULI and the real estate industry. Meet our scholarship … Read More
Interested in receiving complimentary registration to the 2015 Fall Meeting? ULI women members (Full, Associate and Young Leader) who are active in ULI San Francisco are encouraged to apply for a 2015 Fall Meeting WLI San Francisco District Council Scholarship. Ten scholarships will be awarded to applicants who have a minimum of five years’ experience in the real estate or land use industries and have shown leadership roles within ULI San Francisco or on a global level. ULI San Francisco intends to award five of the ten scholarships to ULI … Read More
ULI’s first installment of Creating the Community Vision, a sold out program, focused on how innovative cities involve the community to attract high quality development. The second sold-out program held on June 9th explored how The Shipyard and Candlestick Park, two of San Francisco’s largest developments, navigated a myriad of obstacles on the journey from concept to reality. Sheryl McKibbin and Suheil Totah of Lennar Urban presented on both project’s complex entitlement history, compromises that were reached to develop and make real the community’s vision, and creative financing structures that were … Read More