Land use, development take center stage at ULI Carolinas Conference
Real estate leaders from throughout North and South Carolina are converging on Charlotte for an anticipated meeting.
More than 750 attendees are expected for the seventh annual Urban Land Institute (ULI) Carolinas meeting Feb. 12-13 at the Westin Charlotte. Professionals from across the industry will have opportunities to network and learn at discussions, meetings and ticketed events.
Keynote speakers for the event include Gillian Tett, chair of the editorial board and US editor-at-large of the Financial Times. Tett’s presentation is titled “Joining the Dots: The Opportunities and Risks of 2020.” Other highlights of the conference include a Young Leaders Meet Up and mobile tours of sites around Charlotte.
WithersRavenel is proud to be a yearly sponsor of ULI. We look forward to catching up with old friends and meeting new ones at the conference. For more information on the ULI gathering, visit carolinas.uli.org.
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