ULI Philadelphia can cross-promote educational event announcements with other real estate and land use organizations on a limited basis and also post selected programs in our monthly email newsletter; information is due on the 20th of the preceding month, with priority to members and sponsors. For more information please contact Kevin Moran, email@example.com.
The following regional programs and opportunities may be of interest to our members:
People for People, Inc. Looking for a Development Partner
People for People, Inc. (PFP) is looking for a development partner or team to create and implement an integrated redevelopment plan for 14 of its properties along North Broad Street and Ridge Avenue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The properties are located in a Qualified Opportunity Zone in the heart of Philadelphia’s North Broad Street revitalization.
The RFQ can be accessed by clicking here.
Please provide notification of your interest at your earliest convenience to the points of contact listed below. Interested parties will be included on a list to receive additional information about the RFQ as necessary. In addition, please let us know if we can share the name of your firm and if you would like to receive the combined list of interested organizations. Please direct all questions and comments to:
People for People, Inc.
Econsult Solutions, Inc.
Submissions are due by 5:00 PM EST on September 30, 2019 and are to be transmitted electronically in PDF format.
Fairmount Park Conservancy Seeking New Executive Director
Fairmount Park Conservancy is currently seeking an Executive Director who can leverage the expertise and energy of its staff and Board of Directors to lead the organization through its next phase of growth.
The next Executive Director will join the Conservancy at an inflection point for the organization, when the value of parks to civic life is widely recognized, and the Conservancy is viewed as central to the advancement of parks across the city. In the last decade, the Conservancy has emerged as the go-to organization for city government, major foundations, and community groups for support, activation, and engagement around Philadelphia’s parks. What began as a fundraising vehicle in support of city government is now a lead player in urban revitalization, sustainability, and civic engagement that inspires people to think about parks and open space in new ways.