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Local Product Councils

The LPCs provide opportunities for leadership and volunteer involvement in the ULI local level, by promoting excellence in programming and fostering a culture of openness, and the sharing of issues critical to land use planning and real estate development.

Local Product Councils

ULI San Diego-Tijuana is excited to offer Local Product Councils (LPCs) to its membership! Modeled after National Product Councils, the mission of the Local Product Council program is to convene ULI members to promote learning, build District Council leadership, share knowledge and expertise, and encourage collaboration.
The LPCs provide opportunities for leadership and volunteer involvement at the ULI local level, by promoting excellence in programming and fostering a culture of openness, and the sharing of issues critical to land use planning and real estate development. The LPCs are small, intimate groups comprised of ULI San Diego-Tijuana Members who meet during the year. LPC meetings usually consist of guest speakers, sharing best practices, case studies, round table discussions, and off-site private tours.

ULI SAN DIEGO-TIJUANA LOCAL PRODUCT COUNCILS AVAILABLE

 

1. RESIDENTIAL

2. REVITALIZATION & REUSE

3. SMALL SCALE INFILL DEVELOPMENT


RESIDENTIAL COUNCIL
The Residential Council of the ULI San Diego-Tijuana District Council brings together public & private developers, city leaders, and their consultants to explore solutions in Housing Policy, Placemaking, and Residential Development for the San Diego Region.
Key Goals:
  • People – Looking at creative solutions to density challenges
  • Politics & Policy – Educating a broad group of stakeholders on the issues, resulting in a positive impact on our community
  • Place – Leveraging “best practices” and a program of work around “building healthy places” focused on affordability, walkability, diversity, and economic viability
  • Product” – Utilizing trends in product and community design: are we building what’s needed?
For more information please contact the Co-Chairs below:

 

CJ Ametrano

Toll Brothers, Inc. Residential Council Co-ChairEmail Me(858) 442-9981

Danny Fitzgerald

REAL Development, LLCResidential Council Co-ChairEmail Me(858) 663-4576

REVITALIZATION & REUSE COUNCIL
The Revitalization and Reuse Council will be providing leadership in the responsible use of land and creating and sustaining thriving communities by exchanging information and sharing best practices with peers and established members of the Urban Land Institute. The Local Council is a collaboration of industry leaders who play critical roles in building communities, developing and redeveloping neighborhoods, envisioning and re-creating business districts, bringing residential, and mixed-use facilities to life located in San Diego’s sustainable urban environment.

 

For more information please contact the Co-Chairs below:

 

Eric Crockett

City of Chula VistaRevitalization & Reuse Co-ChairEmail Me(619) 476-5341

Dan Johnson

SCS EngineersRevitalization & Reuse Co-ChairEmail Me(858) 571-5500

SMALL SCALE INFILL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
The Small Scale Infill Development (SSID) Council will focus on the nuances and complexities specific to the urban infill typology. The group will meet monthly. Each member will share the role of leading the group by organizing one meeting annually. Each meeting will be organized around a contextual topic. These topics will be jointly decided by the group at the outset of each year.
Key Goals:
  • Share resources and knowledge
  • Cultivate relationships
  • Elevate best practices to public and private sector decision makers
  • Support the ULI Mission 
For more information please contact the Co-Chairs below:

 

Lev Gershman

Tideline PartnersSSID Co-ChairEmail Me(619) 861-4504

Andrew Malick

Malick Infill DevelopmentSSID Co-ChairEmail Me(619) 252-8465

 

THE APPLICATION PROCESS
All ULI Members are invited to apply to participate on a Local Product Council. Please note that the Small Scale Infill Development Council requires that all those UNDER 35 be a Full Member to apply.
Applicants will be reviewed by the Co-Chairs of each respective LPC and every effort will be made to achieve professional, ethnic, and industry diversity.
Upon acceptance into a Local Product Council, members will be required to pay a $100 Council Affiliation Fee.