Monthly Archives: April 2014

ULI Northwest Welcomes New Oregon Manager Sarah DeVita-McBride

ULI Northwest is pleased to welcome Sarah DeVita-McBride as its new Oregon Manager. Sarah received her MBA in Sustainable Systems and her Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Buildings from Bainbridge Graduate Institute in the spring of 2013. During her two years at BGI, she worked with the Seattle based development team Asani LLC and their Grow Community on Bainbridge Island. After graduation, she founded a development and management consultancy, Lancetooth. As a native Portlander, Sarah is passionate about the Pacific Northwest region and is very excited to step into this important … Read More

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Second Annual UW Commercial Real Estate Symposium on April 29

Join the UW Foster School and Runstad Center for a morning of learning and networking devoted to the business of real estate. Tuesday, April 29, 2014 Event Location: Anthony’s Forum, Dempsey Hall<http://www.washington.edu/maps/?dem> University of Washington Keynote speaker: 10:30 – 11:00     Kemper Freeman, Chairman and CEO of Kemper Development Company Panels: 9:00 – 10:15     Make room: How Seattle’s corporate giants are shaping the Puget Sound region 11:05 – 12:20       Love in the time of economic recovery: a rundown of the area’s opportunities and challenges from the region’s top debt and equity … Read More

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Happy Administrative Professionals Day!

The ULI Northwest staff celebrated Administrative Professionals Day by taking a ride on the Seattle Great Wheel. Great views and lots of fun!

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Event Recap – Cascadia Cities: Then & Now

A retrospective look at Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver B.C. Three different cities that have grown independently over time, now face different circumstances. This luncheon assessed their histories and explaiedn how they have arrived where they are today. As the morning’s tour group arrived, everyone quickly took their seats. Ada Healey took the podium as the tables filled. After introducing the panelists, Ada set the framework by comparing the factual similarities and difference between Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver, B.C. This quickly covered demographic, geographic, economic, infrastructure, and urban fabric distinctions. This … Read More

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Event Preview – Cascadia Cities: Then & Now

ULI Northwest is proud to present Cascadia Cities: Then & Now luncheon, on April 8 from 12:30-2pm. The luncheon offers an opportunity for a quick taste of the day long Cascadia Experience: Behind the Emerald Curtain for those who only have a couple of hours. The Cascadia Cities: Then & Now lunch programming features a presentation and panel discussion format, focusing on the changing dynamics of the Cascadia Regions three largest cities with representative leaders from each city. A panelist from Portland, Seattle, and Vancouver, BC, will each present broadly on … Read More

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