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Regional Council of Mayors
What is the RCM? The nationally recognized Regional Council of Mayors was formed in 2005 and is supported by the Urban Land Institute Minnesota. It includes Minneapolis, St. Paul and 48 municipalities in the developed and developing suburbs. This collaborative partnership provides a non-partisan platform … Read More
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ULI Minnesota engages public and private sector leaders to foster collaboration, share knowledge and join in meaningful strategic action to create thriving, sustainable communities. Engage with us today! Read More
Young Leaders Group
Developing, educating, and growing young real estate professionals. Read More
ULI Minnesota News
In the windswept wake of yet another April snowstorm, an unusual cross-section of 255 citizens of the Minneapolis Saint Paul region gathered all day April 19 to listen, learn, deliberate, and decide about a wide range of challenges to making this region the … Read More
A joint team of graduate students representing Kansas State University, the University of Missouri at Kansas City, and the University of Kansas has been selected as the winner of the 2013 Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition. This three-university team took the $50,000 top … Read More
ULI Minnesota’s leaders are jurors for the 2013 ULI Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition: Robert Engstrom, The Engstrom Companies; John Breitinger, United Properties; Stuart Ackerberg, The Ackerberg Group; and Beth Pfeifer, The Cornerstone Group. More details here.
For Citiwire.net by Curtis Johnson: Legendary Chicago planner Daniel Burnham would like Scott Polikov. No timid plans, no boutiqued, half-done solutions. Polikov – attorney turned town planner and public-private partnership consultant – spoke in mid-January to a roomful of rest estate developers, financiers, planners and … Read More