Monthly Archives: October 2016

Save The Date for the 2017 Carolinas’ Meeting

Mark your calendar for the 2017 ULI Carolinas’ Meeting March 23-24 in Charlotte. The fourth annual event is expected to draw more than 600 attendees from across the region and will again feature mobile workshops, keynote sessions, panels and incredible networking opportunities. Registration information will be made available later this fall. Sponsorship Opportunities Available As a Carolinas’ Meeting sponsor you’ll receive exclusive recognition from your peers at the one of the largest ULI regional meetings in the United States. Throughout the Meeting, sponsor logos/names are featured on signage, banners, agendas and the online event app. … Read More

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Lorelei Events this Week

Initial designs for a billion-dollar mixed-use project in downtown Charleston are expected to be released next week at the end of a public design charrette. Ohio-based real estate company North American Properties is planning to develop the 160-acre Laurel Island, which sits near Romney Street and Morrison Drive north of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge and across from Drum Island along Town Creek. The Lorelei team, including urban designer Andres Duany from Miami-based Duany Plater-Zyberk & Co., will hold a weeklong charrette in Charleston from Sunday through Oct. 21, according to a news … Read More

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Update on Georgetown, SC ULI National Advisory Services Panel

In September, the city and county of Georgetown, South Carolina, sought ULI’s advice on redeveloping 150 acres of industrial waterfront land that includes the recently shuttered ArcelorMittal steel mill and the Port of Georgetown. The second-largest seaport in the state, Georgetown is a city of 9,000 residents, located an hour south of Myrtle Beach and 60 minutes north of Charleston. The panel was asked to assess the market conditions and redevelopment potential for the site with a focus on creating greater economic opportunities for Georgetown residents and transforming the area … Read More

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