Monthly Archives: August 2016

We’re Growing! FY16 Annual Report

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We’re growing! ULI Tampa Bay closed fiscal year 2016 in June with 356 members, an increase of 30% over the last year. Check out our annual report here.

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Meet the new Co-Chairs of ULI’s Young Leader Group

David Jae and Amy Long are the new Co-Chairs of the ULI Tampa Bay Young Leader Group.   David is a Tampa native growing up in the Carrollwood area and graduating from Jesuit High School in 2005. He attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, graduating in 2009 with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. For the past seven years, David has worked for Lerner Real Estate Advisors, a real estate advisory business focused on distressed workouts for institutional investors. As Co-Chair of ULI’s Young Leader Committee, David is excited to … Read More

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Event Recap: What’s Old is New Again

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At the StimULI breakfast on August 4th, attendees heard from experts on signature redevelopment and reuse projects in Tampa that are catalyzing positive change. Abbey Dohring of The Dohring Group, who moderated the program, spoke of the importance of these projects for breathing new life into Tampa’s urban neighborhoods, while also celebrating the past. Project champions shared the bold, daring and inspiring stories of their projects. David Scher, spoke of the redevelopment of the Fort Homer Hesterly Armory building into the Bryan Glazer Jewish Community Center, an effort he is … Read More

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ULI Contributes to Future Leaders in Planning Program


At the end of June, ULI Tampa Bay led a ‘building healthy places’ visioning workshop with 12 high school students as part of the Hillsborough County Future Leaders in Planning Program. ULI Members Taylor Ralph of Real Building Consultants and Hannah McAleer of Clearview Land Design, led small groups in a visioning exercise focused on an area of the West River in Tampa. The students were asked to come up with innovative redevelopment policy and design ideas aligned with the principles of building healthy places. Contact us at if you … Read More

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