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ULI North Texas Blog

What’s Next? Future of Education/Future…

We think that economic development and new buildings are shaping our region’s future.  But without a strong education system at all levels to bring stability to neighborhoods and to provide a workforce to sustain job growth, we will not have the vibrant future we envision.  On … Read More

2016 Impact Award Winners Announced!

The winners of the prestigious ULI Impact Awards for 2016 were announced Tuesday, March 29, during a sold-out dinner for 700 people at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in the Chantilly Ballroom. “A big congratulations to our Impact Awards winners – Prestwick STEM Academy, for the … Read More

IMPACT Awards 2016: The Margaret & Trammell…

One of the highlights of the ULI North Texas Impact Awards on March 29 was the showing of an original video about the lives and legacy of Vision Award honorees Margaret and Trammell Crow.  From little-known facts about the couple’s early lives, to warm family … Read More

ULI Advisory Services Panel on Affordable…

On Friday, March 4, a panel of ten distinguished ULI members from around the country presented their recommendations on housing policies for the City of Dallas.  The presentation took place in the City Council chambers and was attended by members of the Dallas City Council, … Read More