• Welcome

    Welcome to ULI Boston/New England! The Boston/New England District Council, now with more than 1,100 members, holds a prominent spot in the Urban Land Institute’s top 5 District Councils.  ULI Boston/New England provides a unique setting by catering not just to one sector of the … Read More

  • 2014 ULI Fall Meeting

    ULI takes over the Big Apple from October 21 to 23. Register now at fall.uli.org. Read More

  • Living with Water

    Following a successful and provocative program on Sea Level Rise in Boston in April of 2011, the ULI Boston/New England Sustainability Council formed the Sea Level Rise Sub-committee whose mission is to educate and motivate the Boston-area Real Estate community (both private and public sector) … Read More

  • TAPs

    ULI Boston Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) International marketplaces, river walks, hundreds of housing units, hidden parking and improved transportation stations — these are just a few of the recommendations resulting from ULI Boston’s Technical Assistance Panels. Charged with moving specific projects forward, a group of … Read More

  • Get Involved

    With District Council growth and energy, now is a great time to get involved with a ULI Boston committee or local product council. LPCs and Committee involvement is a way to meet and build relationships with fellow members and to explore areas of professional interest, … Read More

ULI Boston Blog

ULI Report Makes Waves

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It has been a very exciting week at ULI Boston/New England. The Urban Implications of Living with Water report that was launched last week has definitely struck a chord and captured imaginations across Greater Boston and across the country. As the Boston Globe editorial board … Read More

The Urban Implications of Living with Water…

Cover of the report "The Urban Implications of Living with Water"

On October 1, ULI Boston/New England will release a dramatic report, The Urban Implications of Living with Water, which examines steps Boston and surrounding communities can take to adapt urban centers to rising seas. A copy of the report is available for download here. ULI … Read More

The Future of Resilient Design

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Sunday, September 7, 2014 ULI Perspectives The Future of Resilient Design Report A Call To Action For More Adaptable Boston By Shawn Smith Special to Banker and Tradesman Resiliency. Adaptability. The “New Normal.” The modern real estate community is alive with buzzwords. As more extreme … Read More

Want to Make a Difference? Become an UrbanPlan…

If you think you have what it takes to go into area high schools to inspire and inform future leaders about land use and real estate, Become an UrbanPlan volunteer! What is UrbanPlan? A realistic, engaging, and academically challenging classroom-based, web-supported program in which students learn … Read More