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The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI neither lobbies nor acts as an advocate for any single industry. ULI examines land use issues, impartially reports findings, … Read More
The purpose of this student learning program is to create a more civil and sophisticated dialogue about land use at the local level through the education of our future voters, neighbors, public officials, and land use professionals. Outcomes Students learn the essence of development: how … Read More
The ULI Hawaii Young Leader group includes over 50 professionals from many of Hawaii’s top companies. The group conducts 8-10 events a year including: Speed Mentoring with Hawaii’s leading executives. Executives included for the June 2014 speed mentoring event were Mayor Kirk Caldwell (Mayor City & County … Read More
ULI Hawaii has monthly gatherings as well as several forums a year on key land use topics. Why be part of ULI Hawaii? Opportunity to network with land use professionals of different professions Access to Member Only events each year Discounted registration to ULI Hawaii … Read More
On July 11, 2014, our monthly brown bag series featured Dolan Eversole, Regional Coordinator of NOAA UH Sea Grant Coastal Storms Program. Dolan presented the latest research on how climate change is expected to affect the built environment on Oahu and what mitigation and adaptation techniques … Read More
Tax increment financing (TIF) can be a powerful economic development tool. Under the right circumstances, TIF can generate enough funding to make a real difference. And with the right safeguards in place, TIF encourages government and the private sector to form a partnership based on … Read More
The 2014 Spring Meeting attracted 3,000 of the top leaders from every sector of the real estate industry to Vancouver, British Columbia, for three days of exclusive programming. Videos of select presentations are now available at ULI.org, as well as PDFs of the slideshow presentations … Read More
Real estate investors often worry that their portfolios might be pummeled by economic factors such as rising interest rates. But there are plenty of other concerns—rising sea levels, earthquakes, overpopulation, social inequity, pollution, crime, and poorly functioning government. Read about this latest report presented at … Read More