Register Now for the 2019 ULI Fall Meeting
Join more than 6,500 leaders from every sector of real estate September 18–21 in Washington, D.C., for this premier industry event.
ULI Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance
New ULI Research Explores Impact of Excessive Heat Waves on Urban Development
Extreme heat is the most widespread and deadly weather-related hazard in the United States. Scorched: Extreme Heat and Real Estate, published with support from the JPB Foundation, explores how extreme heat is emerging as a growing risk factor and planning consideration across the United States, and how the real estate industry is responding with design approaches, technologies, and new policies to mitigate the impacts and help protect human health. ULI members can read this report and explore others on Knowledge Finder.
ULI Member Tools
Get more involved by searching a centralized list of nearly 500 opportunities across ULI locally, nationally, and globally on Navigator. Members can find and connect to relevant opportunities based on interest, career stage, and more.
ULI Membership
Join ULI at the Lowest Price
Join ULI to save up to $50 before prices increase on September 1! That’s like getting one month free—only when you become a member in August. Whether you’d like to build valuable professional relationships with partners and clients, capitalize on the latest trends, or gain recognition as a leader in the real estate and land use industry, now is the perfect time to join ULI.
ULI Advisory Services
New Advisory Services Panel Report: Parks and Open Space in Detroit, Michigan
Earlier this year, a group of ULI members volunteering as panelists in a ULI Advisory Services panel were invited to help the city of Detroit understand, consider, and recommend suitable financial methods and models to support the city’s growing portfolio of parks, open space, and trails. The panel was coordinated as a part of the Institute's involvement in the 10-Minute Walk Campaign. Read the panel’s just-released, final recommendations here. ULI members can find this report and hundreds of other Advisory Services panel reports dating back to 1947 on Knowledge Finder.
ULI Awards and Competitions
Celebrated Architect Alejandro Aravena Is the 2019 Recipient of the ULI J.C. Nichols Prize
Internationally acclaimed architect Alejandro Aravena, whose rise to prominence stemmed from his ability to synthesize design challenges into solutions that channel people’s capacity to create vibrant communities, has been named the 2019 recipient of the Urban Land Institute’s J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development. As the recipient of this year's award, Aravena will be speaking at the 2019 Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C.
ULI Member Tools
Knowledge Finder
New on Knowledge Finder: Explore content from the 2019 ULI Spring Meeting. ULI members now have access to agendas, sessions, and speakers from the Fall and Spring Meetings, Europe Conference, and Asia Pacific Summit on Knowledge Finder.
Upcoming Events
August 27 and 29 and September 3 and 5, 2019
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September 3–4, 2019
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September 16–17, 2019
Washington, D.C.
September 16–17, 2019
Washington, D.C.
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