Summer has just gotten started, but many of our cities have long been feeling the heat. Compounded by urban development patterns and climate change, these soaring temperatures are making significant impacts upon human health, our built environment, and operation costs.
On July 15th, ULI brings together 8 district councils from all across the South/Southwestern region of the United States to explore how extreme heat is impacting the real estate industry, from land use patterns to building design and operating costs. Bringing panelists from ULI’s Urban Resilience Program and experts across the region, we’ll discuss how “heat-resilient” building designs and urban heat mitigation can change our cities before they become too hot to handle.
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ULI South/Southwestern Regional Webinar: Too Hot to Handle?
ULI brings together 8 district councils from all across the South/Southwestern region of the United States to explore how extreme heat is impacting the real estate industry, from land use patterns to building design and operating costs.
9:00am - 10:30am CDT
Members Only ULIDFW WLI Learn from a Leader Finance Session
Join WLI for our Learn from a Leader Series, providing opportunities for a deep-dive into career-essential topics in CRE, including: Finance, Economic Incentives, Design and Construction, Development, Post Occupancy and Leasing. Our first session of the series will be held on July 23rd on the topic of Finance, led by Mollie Mossman.
12:00pm - 1:00pm CDT
Net Zero Buildings: A Master Class
Part of the RPIC Webinar Series, this webinar will feature Kevin Bates, one of the pioneers of net zero, who will share his approach to net zero development – and how these development projects can generate an attractive return on investment.
12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT
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