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Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) provide expert, multidisciplinary advice to public agencies and non-profit organizations facing complex land use and real estate issues in the Washington metropolitan area. Drawing from ULI Washington’s extensive membership base, which includes the region’s most experienced and prestigious real estate professionals, panels to offer objective and responsible advice on a wide variety of land use and real estate issues ranging from site-specific projects to public policy questions.

Read Past TAP Reports

ULI Washington has conducted more than 25 TAPs around the region, in urban, suburban and exurban contexts and at scales ranging from small downtown revitalization efforts to corridor-wide transit-oriented development strategies. Panel sponsors have included cities, counties, BIDs and other nonprofit entities. Past TAP reports are shown to the right in chronological order, with the most recent on the top of the list.


*Reports marked with an asterisk were provided on a pro bono basis to nonprofits or community based organizations. These pro bono TAPs were made possible through a Community Action Grant from the ULI Foundation.