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AN ADVISORY SERVICES PANEL REPORT
Germantown
Maryland
Urban LandInstitute
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GermantownMaryland
Strategies for Development of the Germantown Business District
 June 25–30, 2006An Advisory Services Panel ReportULI–the Urban Land Institute1025 Thomas Jefferson Street, N.W.Suite 500 WestWashington, D.C. 20007-5201
 
An Advisory Services Panel Report
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U
LI–the Urban Land Institute is a non-profit research and education organiza-tion that promotes responsible leadershipin the use of land in order to enhance thetotal environment.The Institute maintains a membership represent-ing a broad spectrum of interests and sponsors awide variety of educational programs and forumsto encourage an open exchange of ideas and shar-ing of experience. ULI initiates research that an-ticipates emerging land use trends and issues andproposes creative solutions based on that re-search; provides advisory services; and publishesawide variety of materials to disseminate infor-mation on land use and development.Established in 1936, the Institute today has morethan 32,000 members and associates from 90 coun-tries, representing the entire spectrum of the landuse and development disciplines. Professionals rep-resented include developers, builders, propertyowners, investors, architects, public officials,planners, real estate brokers, appraisers, attor-neys, engineers, financiers, academics, students,and librarians. ULI relies heavily on the expe-rience of its members. It is through member in-volvement and information resources that ULIhas been able to set standards of excellence indevelopment practice. The Institute has long beenrecognized as one of America’s most respectedand widely quoted sources of objective informa-tion on urban planning, growth, and development.This Advisory Services panel report is intendedto further the objectives of the Institute and tomake authoritative information generally avail-able to those seeking knowledge in the field of urban land use.Richard M. Rosan
President
About ULI–the Urban Land Institute
©2006 by ULI–the Urban Land Institute1025 Thomas Jefferson Street, N.W.Suite 500 WestWashington, D.C. 20007-5201All rights reserved. Reproduction or use of the whole or anypartof the contents without written permission of the copy-right holder is prohibited.

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