• 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

  • Pathways to Inclusion

    The Pathways to Inclusion Initiative is a partnership between the ULI Boston/New England District Council, the Builders of Color Coalition, African American Real Estate Professionals (AAREP) New England, and the City of Boston Office of Resilience and Racial Equity and is designed to broaden ULI … Read More

  • ULI 2018 Annual Report

    Explore the ULI 2018 Annual Report to see the progress members made in ULI Boston and beyond in changing lives by improving the future of communities worldwide. Read More

ULI Boston/New England Blog

Member Spotlight: Kendin Carr, Associate,…

Kendin Carr is a multifamily specialist at Marcus & Millichap and exclusively represents buyers and sellers of investment properties throughout the Boston and Cambridge area.  Kendin has more than 13 years of experience in the real estate industry and has closed over 40 investment real estate transactions valued over $50 … Read More

Retail Repositioning

By David Chilinski The recent Chapter 11 filings by Sears and Toys R Us offer additional signs that conventional retailers – and the properties they anchor – face an uncertain future. Yet, despite these tenant failures, these sites present an undeniable opportunity due to their scale and location. What we are learning in repositioning aging properties is that the right program mix of live, work, play and stay are critical to a … Read More

Support the District Council this Giving…

This Giving Tuesday consider supporting ULI Boston/New England by becoming an Annual Sponsor. Continued support allows the District Council to elevate ideas through dynamic conversation that provide leadership in the responsible use of land throughout the region.   Our recent successes include: Technical Assistance Panels: 700+ volunteer hours in … Read More

Fall Meeting 2018

After many months of planning by hundreds of ULI members and staff, Fall Meeting begins on Monday! The Fall Meeting brings together over 6,000 land use professionals from across the country and around the world. A special thank you to the many members who helped … Read More