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ULI Kansas City News

Kansas City Business Journal – Northloop…

The Kansas City Business Journal cover story takes a 3 part approach to understanding the issues and potential impact of the Northloop Technical Assistance Panel recommendations. Closing the North Loop: A big-bang development possibility. Closing the North Loop: The freeway-removal trend. Closing the North Loop: … Read More

Northloop Technical Assistance Panel

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On January 13 and 14, a panel of 10 local experts in real estate development convened as a Technical Assistance Panel led by former EPR Properties CEO David Brain and John McGurk, a shareholder with Polsinelli in the real estate department.  The technical assistance panel convened at … Read More

ULI Kansas City Hits Membership Milestone…

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Kansas City District Council membership has reached 213 members.  Their expansion can be credited in part to an active Women’s Leadership Initiative (51 female members), a new Mentorship Program (16 young leaders paired with 4 industry leader mentors) and a growing recognition in the community … Read More

City of Westwood Technical Assistance Program…

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The City of Westwood requested the assistance of ULI to gain an outside perspective to address future plans for and development near Dennis Park, 5050 Rainbow and the Entercom property adjacent to each other.  Considering its proximity to the elementary school and the city’s long … Read More