• About Us

    The Urban Land Institute is a 501c(3) nonprofit research and education organization supported by its members. Founded in 1936, the institute now has more than 30,000 members in 95 countries worldwide, representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines, working in … Read More

  • Get Involved

    We offer numerous volunteer opportunities and welcome our members to serve on a working committee, coordinate or moderate a local program, provide mentoring for a Young Leader, or assist with a Community Outreach project – just to name a few. If you are interested in … Read More

  • Sponsorship

    Looking for an easy and effective way to reach movers and shakers in Utah’s commercial real estate industry? Look no further than an annual or event sponsorship of ULI’s Utah District Council. Companies like US Bank, Rio Tinto, Psomas, Big-D Construction and GSBS Architects have … Read More

ULI Utah News

Trends 2016: Building Vibrant Places

Thanks to all our volunteers and sponsors for making this a smashing success! All meeting publications and material have been posted for your reference on the event webpage. http://utah.uli.org/event/trends-2016-building-vibrant-places/  

ULI Urban Open Space Award Finalists

Six finalists have been selected for ULI’s Urban Open Space Award. This is the first year in which the competition was open to projects outside the United States and Canada. This year’s finalists are Marina Bay in Singapore; Millennium Park in Chicago; Myriad Gardens in … Read More

Spring Meeting

The 2014 Spring Meeting is right around the corner. Registration is still open. Expand your knowledge and network. Click here for details and program information. 2014 ULI SPRING MEETING April 9–11, 2014 Vancouver Convention Centre West Building 1055 Canada Place Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

ULI Creates Regional Team Structure

To better serve the growing number of district councils throughout the nation, the Urban Land Institute has implemented a management structure that groups district councils into regional “teams.” Each regional team will be supported by an executive director, who is often the executive director of … Read More