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ULI gives me an opportunity to give back and interact with the best, brightest and certainly the most fun people in this industry.
Connect with the world of real estate in the tech capital of the world. Plug into the emerging technologies that will shape the industry for decades to come. Network with over 6,000 like-minded professionals, industry leaders and visionaries. Read More
Make the most of your ULI membership – get involved with a committee or initiative that helps grow our community. If you enjoy working on strengthening your District Council, we welcome your talents on such committees as Membership, Sponsorship or Programming Planning. Or, help us … Read More
Connecting with People Establishing partnerships and creating networks. At ULI, you will find unparalleled networking opportunities and the right mix of professionals to share experiences with while building relationships with new clients and partners. The member network includes the most influential leaders and decision makers … Read More
Our sponsors comprise the leading real estate industry companies in the region. Corporate Sponsors receive a number of benefits for their contributions, in addition to the satisfaction of knowing 100% of their funds are going to support ULI’s local programs, educational activities, and research.
The Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency is soliciting responses to this Request For Qualifications (RFQ) from interested parties for the purpose of providing professional consulting services to provide an integrated design for the existing Delray Beach Center for the Arts Campus and Old School Square Park; together these … Read More
Global Futurist Jack Uldrich set the tone of the fourth annual Urban Land Institute Florida summit with an opening session on trends that will transform the state’s economy “sooner rather than later.” As technology in the business world continues to advance at a faster pace, … Read More
New ULI report shows Gen Y living frugally in more affordable locations, sharing housing with friends and family. Contrary to popular belief, most Millennials are not living the high life in the downtowns of large cities, but rather are living in less centrally located but … Read More
Key Housing Findings from the America in 2015 Survey Posted on May 6, 2015 by Michelle Winters The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing is pleased to partner with the ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative on the latest ULI community survey, America in 2015. This biennial … Read More