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The ULI Hines Student Competition offers graduate students the opportunity to form their own multidisciplinary teams and engage in a challenging exercise in responsible land use. Teams of five students pursuing degrees in at least three different disciplines have two weeks to devise a development program for a real, large-scale site in a North American city. Teams provide graphic boards and narratives of their proposals including designs and market-feasible financial data. The winning team receives $50,000 ($5,000 of it goes to their university) and the finalist teams each receive $10,000. The competition is part of the Institute’s ongoing effort to raise interest among young people in creating better communities, improving development patterns, and increasing awareness of the need for multidisciplinary solutions to development and design challenges.

Longtime ULI leader Gerald D. Hines, founder of the Hines real estate organization, created the competition with a generous endowment after he received the ULI Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development in 2002. Kansas City, Missouri and ULI Kansas City hosted the 2021 Competition in its 19th year in 2021. Learn more about the 2021. A total of 105 teams (525 students) from 61 universities in the U.S., Canada, and Singapore participated in the first round of the 2021 competition, January 11-25, 2021. In this vide of the Finals event, ULI and Hines leadership provide remarks to the 20 members of the four finalist teams. Then the 2021 ULI Hines Jury gives feedback to the finalist teams and announces the competition winner, Fusion, from Ryerson University, the University of Toronto, and York University.

Webinar Summary: The ULI Hines Student Competition offers graduate students the opportunity to form their own multidisciplinary teams and engage in a challenging exercise in responsible land use. Teams of five students pursuing degrees in at least three different disciplines have two weeks to devise a development program for a real, large-scale site in a North American city. Teams provide graphic boards and narratives of their proposals including designs and market-feasible financial data. The winning team receives $50,000 ($5,000 of it goes to their university) and the finalist teams each receive $10,000. The competition is part of the Institute’s ongoing effort to raise interest among young people in creating better communities, improving development patterns, and increasing awareness of the need for multidisciplinary solutions to development and design challenges.

Longtime ULI leader Gerald D. Hines, founder of the Hines real estate organization, created the competition with a generous endowment after he received the ULI Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development in 2002. Kansas City, Missouri and ULI Kansas City hosted the 2021 Competition in its 19th year in 2021. Learn more about the 2021. A total of 105 teams (525 students) from 61 universities in the U.S., Canada, and Singapore participated in the first round of the 2021 competition, January 11-25, 2021. In this vide of the Finals event, ULI and Hines leadership provide remarks to the 20 members of the four finalist teams. Then the 2021 ULI Hines Jury gives feedback to the finalist teams and announces the competition winner, Fusion, from Ryerson University, the University of Toronto, and York University.

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