About ULI’s Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) and Mini-TAP (mTAP):
Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) provide expert, multidisciplinary advice to local governments, public agencies and nonprofit organizations facing complex land use and real estate issues in the North Texas area. TAPs were specifically designed to be run and implemented by the local chapters of ULI. Panelists for these one- to two-day work sessions are selected from the District Council’s membership to address land use challenges that require local knowledge to resolve. Click here to learn more about ULI Dallas-Fort Worth TAPs.
The “Mini-TAP” (or “mTAP”) is a component of the Center for Leadership (“CFL”), and it is modeled after the TAP process. The mTAP provides CFL class members the opportunity to collaborate with fellow participants, to share and expand their expertise by applying it to address a tangible land use or real estate problem. CFL class members work in teams based on professional experience, client selection, and other factors. Each mTAP team assists the client with a specific land use or real estate problem within ULI’s mission of providing leadership in the responsible land use and in creating and sustaining thriving communities.
The focus of this year’s class was the redevelopment options for the Deep Ellum Dallas City Service Center. CLICK HERE TO VIEW THIS REPORT!
THANK YOU TO THIS YEAR’S mTAP SPONSORS AND STAKEHOLDERS:
Deep Ellum Foundation, Deep Ellum Community Association, Westdale Real Estate Investment & Management, Asana Partners, Madison Partners, DART Board Members, Baylor Hospital, and the City of Dallas.