Category Archives: Programs
If you can’t define your company’s culture or it has a bad one, employees are likely to head for the door, said panelists at ULI San Diego’s monthly breakfast event Tuesday, “The Culture Driven Workplace: Driving Employee Satisfaction, Profit, and Innovation.” Read more here.
Daily Transcript Staff Report Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Civita Park in Mission Valley, designed by Schmidt Design Group, was honored by the Urban Land Institute San Diego-Tijuana District Council at the group’s annual “Healthy Places” awards event. The park, developed by Sudberry Properties, won the Healthy Public Open Space award. The four award categories honored by ULI “recognized catalytic land use practice that supports active lifestyles, alternate mobility, equitable access across demographics, access to local and healthy food and innovative technologies,” according to the industry group. The Chula Vista … Read More
Winners to be honored at the 2nd Annual Healthy Places Gala on Thursday, May 18. (San Diego, May 1, 2017) Eleven extraordinary projects from across San Diego County and Tijuana have been selected as finalists in ULI San Diego – Tijuana’s 2017, Healthy Places Awards, the awards recognize the faces, places and policies that are creating and sustaining healthier communities across the region. This year’s finalists include projects from San Marcos, the East Village, downtown San Diego, Mission Valley, central San Diego County and notably our first submission from Tijuana, … Read More
By: Phillip Molnar Local universities continue to feel pressure to provide more student housing in a climate of rising rent and home prices, said school planners at an event Tuesday in downtown San Diego. But, there could be changes coming because of shifting preferences, opportunities for private builders and new demographics of college students, said experts at the Urban Land Institute talk. Mark Cunningham, an assistant vice chancellor for housing at UC San Diego, said there is much demand by students to live on campus — there’s a 2,500 person waiting list for graduate student housing — largely because they … Read More