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The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI neither lobbies nor acts as an advocate for any single industry. ULI examines land use issues, impartially reports findings, … Read More
TOD – What is it?
Transit Oriented Development – What is it? Transit oriented development (TOD) is a mixed-use residential / commercial area characterized by high-density development within comfortable walking distance of public transportation. High quality TOD can: Increase socio-economic equity by creating housing and living options for people of … Read More
by Brett Widness March 22, 2013 As a longtime editor and columnist for Fortune magazine, Geoff Colvin has become one of America’s sharpest and most respected commentators on leadership, globalization, wealth creation, the infotech revolution, and related issues. He spoke with Urban Land in anticipation of his keynote in May … Read More
ULI Hawaii News
The past few months have produced a bonanza of reports about transit and transit-oriented development (TOD): Coming from the global perspective is Transforming Cities with Transit. Published by the World Bank, the report contains a wealth of case studies documenting the successes, but also the trials … Read More
On September 6, 2012, ULI Hawaii hosted a brown bag discussion on Developing and Entitling Renewable Energy Projects in Hawaii with Cameron Black, Acting Renewable Energy Facilitator of DBEDT and Jon Wallenstrom, President of Forest City Hawaii and ULI Hawaii Chair, leading the discussion. In … Read More
During the week of August 20, over 20 land use professionals from Honolulu learned how to use their background and expertise to expose high school students to the political complexities, the financial requirements, and the market forces that affect development – our built environment. UrbanPlan … Read More
Three Presidents & A Governor: ULI Young Leaders Speed Mentoring 2012 Among ULI Hawaii’s activities is the supporting of a robust group of approximately 50 “Young Leaders”, ULI members under the age of 40. The purpose of this group is to develop leadership in new … Read More