Want to know the latest on what’s happening in the world of sustainability and real estate in the Bay Area? We’ve gathered and curated a round-up of sustainability news to keep our members up-to-date.
To get more involved in ULI’s sustainability work, please see the Sustainability Committee website or email Casey Pond.
ULI SF Event Recap: Energy Storage in Commercial Real Estate
Energy storage in commercial real estate is quickly becoming a hot topic in the industry. ULI SF’s Sustainability Committee hosted an informative program on the topic and put together this great recap of the event. Take a look!
C40 Reinventing Cities Phase I Deadline Extended to May 31st
This exciting global competition in nineteen cities calls on the private sector to form multidisciplinary teams and define place-based carbon-neutral solutions for underutilized spaces. In San Francisco, Hallidie Plaza and Civic Center sites have been made available for redevelopment.
The two-stage process starts with a brief Expression of Interest bid proposal, due by Friday, May 31, 2018. Up to three teams will be shortlisted to participate in a second detailed proposal phase for each site. Winners for each site will be selected early 2019.
For more information, visit: www.c40reinventingcities.org
Smart Energy Analytics Campaign
The Smart Energy Analytics Campaign is a program led by the U.S. Department of Energy that encourages the use of a wide variety of commercially available Energy Management and Information Systems (EMIS) technologies and ongoing building monitoring practices to help uncover energy-saving opportunities and improve building performance for the long run.
Through the Campaign, owners, facility managers, energy managers, and operators of commercial buildings across the country will receive expert technical support, access to best practice resources, and national recognition for their efforts.
AARP Livable Communities Charrette: San Jose Reimagines Urban Villages & Main Streets
Join AARP for a public Charrette! From April 29 – May 5, AARP will host an AARP Livable Communities Charrette to address livability in the City of San Jose. The Charrette will bring together community members, stakeholders, developers, and municipalities to creatively develop a plan for two communities: (1) Berryessa/BART Urban Village and (2) North 13th Street Business Corridor. We invite you to learn more about the charrette and make sure your voice is heard.
Learn more about the AARP Livable Communities Charrette: San Jose Reimagines Urban Villages & Main Streets and how you can participate.
Please note the event times are subject to change. Check back online to ensure accurate information before attending.