The mission of the ULI Daniel Rose Center for Public Leadership is to encourage and support excellence in land use decision making.
The Campaign for Cultural Facilities began in 2006, with the city asked to build a South Tryon Street arts complex and the Arts & Science Council to drive to endow operating costs at the facilities. Read more
Funded by ~$50M in private money ~$100M in public investment. The city requires that all vendors must make or grow their own products.
The Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation bought this 50-acre former railroad site & redeveloped it into an office/commercial/ entertainment center. 2M+ people visit every year.
Using $13 million of public and private funds, the City of Milwaukee redeveloped the blighted downtown waterfront area into a pedestrian oriented greenspace.
The Medical College of Virginia & the City of Richmond formed a partnership to develop 20+ acres of downtown into a scientific research center, with facilities leased to private & public entities.
Indianapolis' downtown mall is connected by walkways to other downtown attractions. The project cost $319.5 million, w/ a city share of $187 million financed by Tax Increment Financing bonds.
The City of Charleston built this 12-acre park along the harbor, replacing a blighted dock area, at a cost of $13.5M, using tax increment financing bonds, federal & county grants & private donations.
Amazing fresh hot donuts. You can watch them being made in the machine while you wait.
This project was presented as a case study at the 2012 ULI Shaw Forum on public private partnerships in finance.