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Experience unprecedented opportunities to make connections, learn, and build relationships with your peers during the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting October 8-11 in Boston. Join more than 6,000 real estate industry leaders for member-led programming, one-of-a-kind tours, and engaging networking events. Prices increase $200 after June 1, 2018. Read More
Since it’s inception, ULI has had, as part of its mission, sharing of content on best practices on land development, planning, and community building to enhance the member’s understanding of new ideas and strategies to be incorporated into their development plans. At the district council … Read More
Connect. Learn. Give back. Become a member of ULI. Bringing the industry together. It’s all about the people. People with diverse experience, building better communities and successful careers, through participation in ULI. Unique among professional organizations, ULI brings together people in every profession and sector … Read More
Application Process Applications now available! Deadline for submission is April 2nd by 4pm. Program Description Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) are one of ULI Washington’s signature programs, where a panel of 10-12 senior-level experts work over a concentrated timeline to evaluate and provide … Read More
ULI is a nonprofit research and education organization supported by its members, representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines working in private enterprise and public service – including leading property owners, investors, advisors, developers, architects, lawyers, lenders, planners, regulators, contractors, … Read More
Panelists at the ULI Washington Trends Conference in April said having a more diverse staff benefits the bottom line and addressed some of the ways they are trying to attract talent to the industry. “If everyone around the table looks the same, it’s hard to … Read More
Business improvement districts (BIDs) and other stakeholders are leveraging live music performances and other activities as a draw—both to prospective commercial tenants and to residents and visitors. Participants at a recent ULI Washington panel discussed both best practices and complicating factors when adding live-performance spaces … Read More
The demand for more affordable housing continues to rise throughout the D.C. region. An entire toolkit of programs and mechanisms are available for affordable housing production at the local level. Of concern are cuts at the federal level that will limit HUD money for deals and … Read More
About 40 volunteers came out to build an urban farm plot, in a DC Housing Authority owned site, located near Capitol Hill. Volunteers included ULI members and their friends, 11th Street Park Bridge Plots organizers and their affiliates and some local residents. Everyone worked side-by-side. … Read More
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