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ULI Oklahoma News

NOMINATIONS OPEN: 4th Annual Impact Awards…

  Nominations are now open for ULI Oklahoma’s 4th Annual Impact Awards.  This year’s award winners will be announced February 9, 2018 at the Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City.  The annual event highlights projects that further the goals of the Urban Land Institute, through the … Read More


Todd Glass, Managing Partner at the Humphreys Funds, was recently named Chairman of the Urban Land Institute Oklahoma District Council. The Urban Land Institute is a global, multidisciplinary real estate organization whose work is driven by 40,000-plus members dedicated to leadership in the responsible use of land and creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. As ULI Oklahoma’s Chairman, Glass will serve on a voluntary basis for a two-year term that ends in 2019. Read More

ULI OK Selects McBeath for Manager of District…

The Urban Land Institute of Oklahoma announces Michelle McBeath as Manager of the organization. Michelle comes to ULI Oklahoma after a six-year career with Make-A-Wish Oklahoma, serving as the Director of Program Services. Read More

Emerging Trends 2017: Authentic Neighborhoods,…

Austin and Dallas/Fort Worth are the top two markets for real estate development and investment identified in Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2017, released recently by ULI and PwC. The Texas cities capped a top ten list dominated by 18-hour cities known for their vibrant economies, relative affordability, and authentic neighborhoods. Only two gateway cities, Los Angeles and San Francisco, cracked the top-ten markets to watch, indicating continued investor interest in secondary markets where job growth is strong and the quality of life high, such as Portland, Oregon; Nashville; and Charlotte. Read More