See Highlights from the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting in Boston
From October 8–11, more than 6,000 real estate and land use professionals were in Boston for the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting.
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From October 8–11, more than 6,000 real estate and land use professionals are in Boston, a research and technology hub where the power of the built environment to influence the development of networks is on full display. See highlights here.
ULI Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance
This brand-new ULI resource, from the ULI Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance’s Urban Resilience team, is a comprehensive, easy-to-use portal for members to learn about real estate development projects showcasing best practices in resilient design. Learn more and nominate your own project for inclusion on the site at developingresilience.uli.org.
ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate
Now in its 40th year, this annual ULI report provides an outlook on real estate investment and development trends, with Dallas/Fort Worth as this year’s #1 market to watch. Members can now find this and 45+ other Emerging Trends in Real Estate® reports spanning all regions since 2003 in Knowledge Finder at knowledge.uli.org.
ULI Advisory Services
In June 2018, ULI members spent a week in Chicago to serve on a ULI Advisory Services panel in the neighborhood of Pilsen. Pilsen is a primarily Latino community, facing issues of gentrification and displacement. During the week, panelists toured the town, and spoke to various community members and stakeholders to better understand how a proposed development site could best serve the community while preserving its rich culture. Read their final recommendations in the new report.
ULI CEO Ed Walter on the Global Strategic Plan
Increasing member engagement and impact are at the heart of the new ULI Global Strategic Plan. In remarks delivered during the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting in Boston, Global CEO Ed Walter emphasized the importance of strengthening member networks, investing in technology to connect members with content, opportunities, and each other, and generating more financial support for mission-focused activities.
Though ULI members come from many different backgrounds, we all share a common goal: to make cities better places to live for people from all walks of life.Alexander OttoCEO, ECE
ULI Life Trustee