• About Us

    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.

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  • Portland

    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

  • Get Involved

    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.

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  • 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.

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ULI Northwest Blog

North Carolina Looking to Seattle and Eugene…

Check out this great video examining the successful Bus Rapid Transit systems in Seattle  and Eugene. The Research Triangle area of North Carolina, which is comprised of Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Cary, is preparing to install their own BRT system. Members of their Regional … Read More

Event Recap – Emerging Trends 2015, Seattle…

  The ULI Northwest Emerging Trends 2015 in Real Estate breakfast on November 18 was as insightful as it was humorous and filled with “take-aways.” Mitch Roschelle, US National Practice Leader for PwC’s Real Estate Advisory Practice, took the audience through the following top 10 … Read More

Investing in a Live/Work Environment – Portland…

Excerpt from a Nov. 17 article in Urban Land magazine by Will Macht As aging baby boomers migrate back to cities, many seek opportunities to integrate their workspaces and their living spaces in walkable urban neighborhoods that are burgeoning with new cafés, shops, and restaurants. … Read More

Event Recap – Emerging Trends 2015 in Portland…

Held at The Nines Hotel in downtown Portland, professionals spanning all aspects of the built environment gathered on November 19 to review the real estate trends and forecasts from leading experts both national and locally for 2015. In addition to featuring the most recent trends … Read More