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Participants in the 2014 ULI Fall Meeting tour Jersey City, New Jersey, with One World Trade Center and the Manhattan skyline in the background.
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks in New York City and Washington, DC, Urban Land highlights the redevelopment of Lower Manhattan.
The ULI Fall Meeting, the institute’s largest annual meeting, will return to New York City in 2024.
Lower Manhattan RisesThirteen Years After Terrorist Attacks destroyed the twin towers of the World Trade Center, a redrawn skyline is emerging in Lower Manhattan, led by the gleaming new One World Trade Center rising from the site. Along with this architectural – and emotional – milestone, Lower Manhattan’s reputation is getting a facelift.
Rebirth of Manhattan’s DowntownLarry A. Silverstein, chairman of Silverstein Properties, spoke at the ULI Fall 2014 meeting just before the opening of One World Trade center. The panel discussion highlighted how Lower Manhattan has added residential, retail, and open space to create a more livable neighborhood.
Battery Park and the rebirth of Lower Manhattan, located on the southern end of Manhattan Island, it is becoming one of the most prominent Refers to large-scale facilities built in the United States over the past 100 years. It’s not the World Trade Center, where two new skyscrapers, a 9/11 museum and crowds of tourists have drawn all the attention lately, but Battery Park City, the 37-acre mixed-use « New Town » « , which won the ULI Heritage Award 2010.
Landscape architect Peter Walker receives the ULI JC Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development in 2012 Landscape architect Peter Walker, founder of PWP Landscape Architecture in Berkeley, California, was the recipient of the ULI JC Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development 2012 voted the institute’s highest award. Walker was one of the chief designers of the National September 11 Memorial, Reflecting Absence, in New York City, which opened on September 12, 2011
9/11 and the Built Environment: What’s Different and What’s NotULI’s former Global CEO Patrick Phillips wrote : “What has not changed is the desire of people to live in urban areas that offer a high quality of life with a wide range of housing, work, transport, education and recreation – places that offer variety, spontaneity and joy . «
Lower Manhattan Stays Strong Ten Years After 9/11 56,000 – reports the Alliance for Downtown New York
2001 UL Interview with Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan As Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan at the ULI Autumn Conference 2001 in Boston with the ULI Urban Vis Ionaries Prize, he also addressed the recent attacks on Lower Manhattan.
From other industry publications: – Dezeen on the impact of 9/11 on architecture – PropertyWeek: Legacy and Lessons from 9/11
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Chicago’s Equitable Transit Oriented Development Plan, released this June and largely driven by the mayor’s office and Elevated Chicago community collective, hopes to fill some of the loopholes left in the original 2013 ordinance.
ULI MEMBER CONTENT ONLY: JLL’s Global Proptech Report 2021 identifies nearly 8,000 real estate technology companies around the world, tripling in the past 10 years. But JLL is also looking to further growth in this area with its own $ 100 venture capital fund.
According to a new ULI report, real estate can fight inequalities and add value to real estate at the same time by improving broadband access . Broadband and Real Estate: Understanding the Opportunity from the Institute’s Curtis Infrastructure Initiative makes it clear that high-speed Internet is no longer a luxury, but a necessity for participation in society and the economy.
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