Monthly Archives: May 2017

ULI/SA DEVELOPER SHARK TANK A HIT!

Housing Projects for Eastside, Lone Star Pitched at ‘Shark Tank’ Event Principal of AREA Real Estate David Adelman moderates at the ULI San Antonio Developer Shark Tank. The ominous tune to that of a well-known and terrifying movie track played as the San Antonio chapter of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) opened it’s first “Developer Shark Tank” event Tuesday night as part of the Mayor’s Housing Summit happening this week.Tailored after the popular TV show and similar events produced at ULI’s national meetings, the event featured two local real estate entrepreneurs who … Read More

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ULI/AIA PLANNING FOR SUCCESS LUNCHEON PRESENTATIONS

In case you were not at the ULI/AIA Annual Sustainable Urban Development Luncheon on May 17, you missed a program that got rave reviews. After Mayor Ivy Taylor’s opening remarks (in her tennis shoes!), featured speaker Mitchell Silver, currently Commissioner of NYC Parks and Recreation and formerly the President of the American Planning Association and Planning Director for Raleigh, NC, shared some words of wisdom on how San Antonio can successfully implement our SA Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan. Panelists Bridgett White, COSA Planning Director, Steve Graham, SARA Assistant General Manager, and Jay … Read More

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ULI/SA MEMBER SPOTLIGHT: ELAINE KEARNEY, TBG Partners

ULI member Elaine Kearney is Managing Principal at TBG Partners in San Antonio. How did you first learn about ULI? I first became aware of ULI through the ULI Hines Student Competition when I was studying Landscape Architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design. It was inspiring for multidisciplinary teams to tackle real world design problems using a variety of skill sets. What is your proudest moment in your current position? TBG volunteered landscape architecture schematic design services (along with Lake | Flato Architects, and others) for Dignowity-Lockwood Park on … Read More

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