Monthly Archives: March 2018

Rondo Advisory Services Panel Shares Recommendations

The Urban Land Institute concluded its Advisory Services Panel on the Rondo Community Land Bridge concept on Friday, March 23rd with a presentation at the Hallie Q. Brown Community Center. The panel’s findings and recommendations are available at the link below. Advisory Services Panel Findings Presentation.

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Saint Paul Seeks Loan Servicing and Real Estate Manager

The Saint Paul Loan Servicing and Real Estate Manager will be responsible for overseeing work in loan underwriting, origination and servicing, real estate transactions, property acquisition and sales transactions, property management and leading a team of professionals who manage the department’s loan portfolio and redevelopment property. Typical duties of the role include: Supervising a team responsible for loan servicing, managing property owned for redevelopment, supporting property acquisition and sale transactions and maintaining loan and property records Serving as chair to the department’s Credit Committee, a staff team that reviews and … Read More

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U.S. Green Building Council “Impact 2018” is Coming April 30th!

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IMPACT 2018: The New Way Forward, is coming to St. Paul April 30-May 1! Building professionals, sustainability leaders and change makers from across the Midwest will convene for a full day of educational sessions, networking opportunities and discussions around today’s most critical sustainability and green building issues. Participation in the conference also includes tours at some of Minneapolis and St. Paul’s most sustainable buildings, as well as keynote speeches by Laura Kohler of the Kohler Company and WELL’s Rachel Gutter. IMPACT is expanding its reach across the Midwest and promoting … Read More

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“Not-So-Big Real Estate” Draws Media Coverage

On March 8th, the ULI Minnesota Young Leaders Group held its annual program for a packed house at the Holden Room at Hennepin Made. The event was covered by Urban Land, the Urban Land Institute’s magazine, and MinnPost, in two recently published articles (links below). The program, “Not-So-Big Real Estate: Growing Cities 3,000 Square Feet at a Time,” featured Portland developer Kevin Cavenaugh discussing his approach to developling small-scale infill real estate projects. People love these kinds of developments in their neighborhoods, but they are harder than ever to build even in places where they already … Read More

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