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  • About ULI SC

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    We welcome membership and participation from all types of organizations, private, public and nonprofit, who share our commitment to responsible land use to sustain the growth and quality of life in South Carolina. Committees are formed at the beginning of each fiscal year (July 1). … Read More

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ULI South Carolina Blog

City of Georgetown Seeks the Help of ULI…


Experts with the Urban Land Institute will meet with Georgetown area political and business leaders by early fall to plot a strategy for redevelopment of the former ArcelorMittal steel mill located adjacent to the coastal city’s historic waterfront district. The mill, situated on a roughly … Read More

How Three U.S. Cities Are Building on Public/Private…


American cities seeking to reinvent themselves can do so by using creative financing, among other tools, according to a panel of experts at the 2016 ULI Spring Meeting in Philadelphia. The panel also served as the launch event for the new ULI publicationReaching for the … Read More

Getting it Right in Greenville, South Carolina…


To James and Deborah Fallows, “flyover country” is more than just the part of the U.S. the media often forgets. They’ve found that these areas are home to cities that work, thriving communities, and an abundance of jobs. As part of a collaboration between The … Read More

The Mayor: Age of Riley


The Mayor: Age of Riley, directed by Barbara Tranter and produced by Jennet Robinson Alterman, follows the career of Charleston Mayor Joe Riley’s remarkable four decade tenure. The film features interviews with Mayor Riley and those who found favor (and disfavor) with his vision for … Read More