The Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Fall Meeting wrapped up in Denver last week.
ULI’s largest annual gathering brought more than 6,000 real estate professionals to the metro area for committee meetings and development sessions.
The fall event also highlighted Stapleton during one of its mobile workshops. Since the meeting was last in Denver in 2006, Stapleton has:
- Moved another 5+ million tons of dirt.
- Added 31 miles of roadway.
- Built 113 acres of parks.
- Installed 80 miles of water and sewer pipes.
- Invested $270 million in infrastructure.
Today, the community has more than:
- 4,300 homes.
- 600 Apartments.
- 1.2 million square feet of retail.
- And 1.6 million square feet of office, flex or industrial space.
The Denver meeting marked ULI’s 75th anniversary, and the conference was focused on what’s next for the real estate industry.