Urban Land Institute South Carolina to host Carolinas Meeting in Columbia

(January 20, 2022) – ULI South Carolina is happy to announce that the 2022 Carolinas
Meeting will be held in Columbia, South Carolina, February 24 – 25 at the Columbia
Metropolitan Convention Center. Co-hosted by ULI Charlotte, ULI South Carolina and
ULI Triangle, the annual Carolinas Meeting, which typically brings together over 700
real estate development professionals including developers, civic leaders, architects
and urban planners and financial institutions from all over the Carolinas.

With revitalization efforts and new development taking shape throughout the Midlands
area, Columbia is a most appropriate venue for this year’s theme – Return of the
Roaring 20’s. Panel discussions and sessions will focus on building on the shared
strength of our regional economy, the 15-minute city concept, particularly as it relates to
building equitable and resilient communities, innovation districts, education as an
economic and development engine, and sustaining success and collaborating across
disciplines to meet the challenges and opportunities of community building in today’s

A host committee, comprised of real estate professionals from the greater Columbia
area, have collaborated to present some of the area’s most unique projects via mobile

The meeting will begin at 3:00pm on Thursday, February 24, with a “Welcome to
Columbia” by newly elected Mayor Daniel Rickenmann. The meeting will adjourn on
Friday, February 25 with the popular “Crane Watch” session, which highlights six unique
projects under construction across the Carolinas.

The meeting is open to ULI members and non-members. For more information on the
2022 Carolinas Meeting, or to register, visit https://carolinas.uli.org/. Visit Carolinas
Sponsorship to learn about meeting sponsorship opportunities.

About the Urban Land Institute
The Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute supported by its
members. Its mission is to shape the future of the built environment for transformative
impact in communities worldwide. Established in 1936, the institute has more than
45,000 members worldwide representing all aspects of land use and development
disciplines. For more information, please visit uli.org

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