ULI Columbus News

Member of the Month: Autumn R. Glover

For October, our featured Member of the Month is Autumn R. Glover, who serves as Women’s Leadership Initiative co-chair for ULI Columbus. In her day job, Glover serves as Director of Local Government and Community Relations for University Hospital East-Ohio State Office of Government Affairs. Autumn R. Glover, MCRP, MPP, Director of Local Government and Community Relations, University Hospital East-Ohio State Office of Government Affairs Family:  Married, 1-year-old daughter Resides:  Columbus Hobbies:  Travel, going to concerts, exploring taco places (the food truck at Long Street and Taylor Avenue is my … Read More

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2018 Young Leader Fall Meeting Scholarship

All Associate Young Leader and Student Members are eligible to apply for the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting Scholarship! 2018 ULI Columbus Young Leader Fall Meeting Scholarship Application One Young Leader or Student member of ULI Columbus will be awarded a scholarship to attend the 2018 Fall Meeting in Boston from October 8-11, 2018. The scholarship will include complimentary registration and a $2000 reimbursement of expenses related to hotel, airfare, local transport, and meals. Applicants are requested to submit the following: Completed online application with basic information, ULI engagement, and essay (400 word … Read More

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“The Confluence Cast” with Yaromir Steiner, ULI Columbus Chairman

The Confluence Cast: Steiner & Associates

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Council Holds Public Hearing on Proposed Changes to Tax Incentive Policies

Who: Councilmember Jaiza Page Councilmember Elizabeth Brown When: Wednesday, June 20 5pm Where: Columbus City Hall Council Chambers 90 W. Broad Street What: Councilmember Jaiza Page, chair of the Economic Development and Small Business Committee and Councilmember Elizabeth Brown are hosting a public hearing on proposed changes to tax incentive policies in Columbus. These changes are based on a series of public meetings held last fall to solicit community input following the release of a study by HR&A Advisors. The study provided data regarding the City’s use of tax incentives to … Read More

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Member of the Month: Michael Douglas

This month, get to know member Michael Douglas, who serves as the Young Leaders Group Chair for ULI Columbus. The Toledo native has been building his career in Columbus since graduating from Ohio State University with specializations in corporate finance and real estate. For the past two years, Douglas has served as Senior Financial Analyst for Kaufman Development, a full-service real estate firm offering investment, construction, development and management of multifamily, mixed-use and residential redevelopment. Prior to his current role, Douglas spent five years at Glimcher Realty Trust and Washington … Read More

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Columbus Rose Fellowship: Presentation from visiting panel on mixed-income neighborhoods

Amid vast economic disparities from one block to the next, both nationally and locally, Columbus has the opportunity to redevelop one of its critical neighborhoods in a thoughtful and creative way. The rare opportunity comes with expert consulting, with Columbus being selected by the Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use to participate in the Daniel Rose Fellowship, a program of the National League of Cities in partnership with the Urban Land Institute. The Rose Fellowship is providing Columbus with technical assistance on how to preserve and encourage mixed-income … Read More

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Member of the Month: Jennifer L. (Knittle) LaPointe

This month’s featured member is Jennifer L. (Knittle) LaPointe, a Co-Chair of the Membership Development Committee and a member of the Women’s Leadership Initiative of ULI Columbus. In her day job, she serves as Central Ohio Development Group Leader for Kleingers Group, a full-service civil engineering, surveying and landscape architecture firm with offices in Columbus, Cincinnati and Dayton. LaPointe, a three-year member of ULI Columbus, has more than 20 years of experience in the field, working with owners, developers and architects on a diverse range of projects including commercial, industrial, … Read More

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Chairs Announced to Lead Growth and Mobility Study

Regional Corridor Analysis Study renamed insight2050 Corridor Concepts to reflect direction (Columbus, OH – March 1, 2018) – Insight2050, a partnership of Central Ohio community organizations, announced today that Columbus Council President Shannon Hardin and Steiner & Associates CEO and ULI Columbus Chair Yaromir Steiner will lead a team of experts for insight2050 Corridor Concepts, formerly known as the Regional Corridor Analysis Study.  Hardin and Steiner, along with the assistance of the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) and the partners, will oversee the effort to analyze a variety of metrics … Read More

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RFP from Campus Partners and OSU

A RFP is now posted to the Campus Partners website that covers two separate hotel opportunities.  First, on behalf of Campus Partners for Community Urban Redevelopment, development of a new hotel at 15+HIGH, and second, on behalf of The Ohio State University, management options for the existing Fisher College of Business Blackwell Inn and Pfahl Hall Conference Center. All interested respondents may submit to one or both opportunities and all proposals are due by Friday, May 4, 2018. Please visit https://www.campuspartners.org/about-15high-1/#hotel-rfp to access the full RFP and learn more about these exciting opportunities.

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Embracing Growth Series: Lessons from Austin, Charlotte, and Nashville

Central Ohio is in the midst of transformation, with the population expected to grow by about one million by 2050 and unprecedented levels of urban reinvestment and infill development taking place. While this is exciting for residents of the Columbus Region, challenges will certainly accompany such drastic change. With this in mind, ULI Columbus recently hosted expert guests from Austin, Charlotte and Nashville to discuss how those peer cities dealt with their own explosive growth over the past decade. Is there a way to better mitigate the effects of population … Read More

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