ULI Advisory Services has seen a growing demand for creative placemaking (CPM) expertise on Advisory Services panels (ASPs). In recent years, for example, nearly half of ASPs have included recommendations that leverage CPM in solutions to panel challenges. Creative placemaking—an innovation in placemaking that brings art and culture, in tandem with great design at the start of real estate development projects—can be employed across the built environment in solutions ranging from climate resilience and brownfield management to adaptive re-use and new development mixed use. What has been the impact of implemented creative placemaking panel recommendations? Advisory Services is producing a report aimed at addressing this question (report available September 27; https://americas.uli.org/new-report-models-for-creative-placemaking/). The report features six panels conducted within the last five years and reveals remarkable findings from post panel research about how CPM contributed to solving land use challenges, while also promoting DEI. Panelists representing Miami Beach Resilience, Florida; Downtown South, Raleigh, North Carolina; Shaw University, North Carolina; Charity Hospital, New Orleans; Second Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee; and Christiansted, St. Croix, Virgin Islands. The report will be available for session attendees.