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Established in 1936, the Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute with over 30,000 members across the globe – more than 800 here in the Northwest.Read More
ULI Northwest is a member-led organization committed to providing high-quality programs and projects to the Pacific Northwest’s land use professionals. Members can get involved by attending any of our local events or by becoming active with one of our local committees or task forces.Read More
ULI in Action
With more than 800 members, representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines, ULI Northwest provides the avenues for active dialogues between private industry, environmental organizations, and public agencies to help provide solutions to local and regional issues.Read More
ULI Northwest includes members in Oregon and Washington State, with more than 250 members in the Portland metropolitan area. ULI Northwest plans over a dozen events each year in Portland, including content-oriented breakfast programs, workshops, development tours, Young Leader events, and our annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate forecast. We invite you to join us at our next event! Read More
ULI Northwest Blog
This new webinar provides multifamily housing developers with a practical guide to integrating management and marketing into the development process to maximize revenue and speed lease-up. Sign up for the Dec. 19 course.
On November 19, ULI hosted the 2014 Emerging Trends breakfast and the hot topic was the flow of capital. The annual report summed it up as, “All of a sudden, the banks are comfortable with real estate which scared the daylights out of them from … Read More
An Environmental Model of the Next 250 Years: Seattle’s Bullitt Center By Brad Berton November 26, 2013 Considering that Seattle’s envelope-pushing Bullitt Center mid-rise office building is designed for net-zero use of both energy and water—and over a 250-year life span—one might expect it to … Read More
On October 17th, a group of 30 ULI Young Leaders met at the newly renovated Husky Stadium to hear how this complicated project was planned, funded, and constructed. Walt Ingram and Chris Broadgate of Wright Runstad kicked off the tour with a brief presentation, detailing the … Read More