Kansas City is poised to become a great city. After peaking nearly 50 years ago, population growth is once again on a healthy upward trend. Our downtown is more vibrant than it’s been for generations. Private reinvestment in Midtown areas like Armour Boulevard and the Troost corridor is exciting to see. Great things are happening. Still, there is a challenge we need to face: We’ve built a city we can’t afford. Like most cities in the country, we’ve built more infrastructure in the past 70 years than we can afford … Read More
More information coming soon! December 11, 5:30-7:30pm – Members Only Husch Blackwell 4801 Main St #1000, Kansas City, MO 64112
Click here to view the ULI Kansas City Advisory Services Program presentation on the North Loop.
Development of Distinction Awards September 26, 5-7:00pm
Congratulations to the 2017 PNC Women’s Leadership Series Graduates!
ULI UrbanLand’s Magazine published an article by Joe Gose about terminal modernization for Kansas City Airport. Great read! FULL ARTICLE HERE
The report from from ULI Kansas City Technical Assistance Panel is now available from the recent study of the 12th Street Heritage corridor. Media coverage from Biz Journal too. Read More
Real Estate News Kansas City reports that local leaders return from the ULI Fall Meeting with lessons learned by real estate experts assembled in Dallas. READ FULL ARTICLE
ULI’s video library captures key lessons from the 2016 Fall Meeting. Watch these full-length presentations by real estate visionaries about the most pressing topics facing the industry. Read More
While cities around the world face many challenges, they also play a role in providing economic opportunity and bringing people of different backgrounds together. That was the primary topic of a panel discussion among past recipients of ULI’s prestigious J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development in Kansas City, Missouri, for the J.C. Nichols Forum. But panelists said that city leaders and the real estate industry need to focus on providing affordable housing and promoting public policies and partnerships that can support it. FULL ARTICLE