• Welcome

    Welcome to ULI Boston/New England! The Boston/New England District Council, now with more than 1,250 members, holds a prominent spot in the Urban Land Institute’s top 10 District Councils.  ULI Boston/New England provides a unique setting by catering not just to one sector of the real … Read More

  • 2018 UPPLI Class

    UrbanPlan Public Leadership Institute (UPPLI) gives elected officials the opportunity to gain a better understanding of real estate and land use fundamentals by focusing on leadership, integrated problem solving, public/private collaboration and peer-to-peer learning. Modeled in part after the Daniel Rose Center Fellowship Program, a … Read More

  • Climate-Smart Cities

    ULI Boston/New England members now have access to the Climate-Smart Cities™ GIS mapping Tool through a partnership with The Trust for Public Land. The regional Climate Smart Cities™ tool uses climate research, computer-assisted mapping, and urban design to help the public, and now private sector, … Read More

  • 2018 ULI Fall Meeting

    Experience unprecedented opportunities to make connections, learn, and build relationships with your peers during the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting October 8-11 in Boston.  Join more than 6,000 real estate industry leaders for member-led programming, one-of-a-kind tours, and engaging networking events.  Read More

  • UrbanPlan

    “At Boston Latin School, urban planning from the pros” – Click here for the full Boston Globe piece that originally appeared on February 18, 2014 What is UrbanPlan? UrbanPlan is a realistic, engaging, and academically challenging classroom-based, Web-supported program in which students learn the roles, … Read More

ULI Boston/New England Blog

Matt Pullen Named Chair of Boston/New England…

Matt Pullen, executive managing director at NKF Capital Markets, has been named Chair of the Boston/New England District Council of the Urban Land Institute. Pullen will assume his role in January, just three months after ULI will host its signature Fall Meeting in Boston. The event will … Read More

NOAH East Boston Flood Prevention Workshop …

By Jordan Zimmermann and Philip Giffee East Boston’s Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH) continued its climate change initiative to tackle the impacts of issues of coastal flooding in a community workshop on May 18-19, 2018. The bilingual workshop kicked off with site tours of flood-prone … Read More

Investing in Infrastructure 

Consider the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956. The infrastructure plan championed and executed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower built a 41,000-mile network of interstate highways that spanned the nation. It was the largest public works project in American history at the time and, without question, it did as much to … Read More

Changing How Public Officials View Private…

By Manisha Bewtra While driving around my childhood home of Ames, Iowa during school vacation week, I couldn’t help but compare it to my hometown of Melrose. Both communities have wonderful people; both developed as a result of railway expansion and both grew up during … Read More