ULI Arizona News

Town of Queen Creek RFP

The Town of Queen Creek is seeking proposals for development on a 7.91 acre site in the heart of Downtown Queen Creek.  Downtown Queen Creek’s vision is to create a vibrant and active district that complements the culture and heritage of the community and provides a range of venues that celebrate all that is unique and special in Queen Creek. Using the recently updated Town Center Plan and related Design Guidelines, the Town would like to see proposals that engage with surrounding streets and help create a pedestrian-friendly downtown area. … Read More

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Future-Proofing Investments: Climate Risk and Bottom Lines

By Peter Madrid | MadridMedia Climate change. A change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change apparent from the mid- to late-20th century attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels. Urban resilience. The measurable ability of any urban system, with its inhabitants, to maintain continuity through all shocks and stresses, while positively adapting and transforming towards sustainability. As we look towards the future of our communities, we try to anticipate the impending and developing needs, minimizing the … Read More

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Recommend ULI to Someone You Know

We’re inviting you to share your passion for ULI with others. We have launched a member referral program and we want you to be one of the first to participate. Please take a moment to refer a friend or two who should be a ULI member. We’ll take it from there and send a series of messages to introduce the prospective member to the opportunities waiting to be found at ULI.  And if one of your referrals becomes a ULI member, they’ll save 10% on member dues AND we’ll send YOU a … Read More

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Town of Guadalupe RFP

The Town of Guadalupe hereby announces the release of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the lease or sale of certain Town of Guadalupe owned properties as outlined in the RFP.  Interested and qualified firms are invited to respond to this exciting development opportunity.  Firms interested in receiving a copy of the RFP may do so by sending a request to procurement@guadalupeaz.org  RFP’s will only be provided electronically and to those whom make requests via email. Pre-Submittal Conference:   10 AM, April 26, 2019   Town Hall, Town of Guadalupe, 9241 S. … Read More

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What is the Outlook for the Real Estate Industry for the Rest of 2019?

Join ULI this month, and attend a complimentary members-only webinar. Learn where ULI experts see key economic and real estate indicators moving by the end of 2021. Save your spot on May 1 for this live debate—only when you become a ULI member!

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Your Opinion = Our Future

This is your chance to shape the future of transportation in this region.  The Maricopa Association of Governments is working on the next long-range transportation plan. We are asking you to help MAG create a regional plan that is based on the priorities and values of real residents.  Will you help? The results will be used to help develop plans for future roads, freeways, public transit, bike and pedestrian improvements. The online survey will take approximately 10 minutes.  Give us your time, and we’ll give you a chance to win … Read More

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City of Phoenix RFQ

The City of Phoenix is seeking a qualified consultant team to serve as an owner’s representative for an approximately $235 million renovation to the City-owned / Suns-managed Talking Stick Resort Arena (TSRA).  The successful respondent will contract directly with the City to assist the City in monitoring the renovation and expenditures, ensure all items in the project scope are completed, and to provide regular status reports to the City Manager and the Council. The successful respondent will operate as an extension of staff on behalf of the City, and collaborate … Read More

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Trends Day Speaker Highlighted in Urban Land Magazine

“There is a workspace and workplace revolution happening across the U.S.” that needs to address the needs of everyone who works there, said Amy Nelson, founder and CEO of the Riveter, in a session at ULI Arizona’s Trends Day, held in January at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge in Phoenix. The Riveter is a fast-growing company focused on “female-forward” coworking spaces built by and for women that also welcome all genders. Since the launch of the Riveter in 2017 in Seattle, the Riveter’s coworking spaces have expanded to two … Read More

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Trends Day 2019: Reflect. Rethink. Respond.

By Peter Madrid | MadridMedia Creating places and spaces. The right fit for changing demographics in housing. Building more with less. The journey of discovery. ULI Arizona’s 14th annual Trends Day, held at the J.W. Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa, was titled “Reflect. Rethink. Respond.” The reflect component? “Think about this,” said Peter Ricchiuti, professor at the Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. “Our economy is 70 percent consumer driven. Middle class consumers are the job creators. You want an immigration stat? Forty percent of the Fortune 500 companies were … Read More

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Welcome to ULI Arizona’s Newest Members

ULI Arizona welcomed the following new members during the month of November: Suzie Boyles, City of Buckeye Ali Fakih, Sustainability Engineering Group, LLC Benjamin Graff, Quarles & Brady LLP Dan Henderson, Town of Gilbert Josh Jay, Southwest Gas Corporation Lauren Podgorski, Snell & Willmer LLP George Sheaps, City of Prescott Chad Wakefield, OPC Steven Zonsius, Artemis Realty Capital, LLC

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