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ULI provides an open forum among different professions and points of view, allowing these discussions to be non-biased, open, and focus on problem solving rather than pushing an agenda.
Join more than 3,000 senior leaders from every community and sector of real estate April 16–18 in Nashville. Build valuable relationships, engage in peer-to-peer exchanges, and examine real deals. This unique event is exclusively for ULI Full Members. Read More
The best opportunities to get involved and build relationships are reserved for ULI members. Joining will be one of the best investments you will ever make. Why ULI? The best ideas for this community are coming from ULI. Many of the very smartest people are involved … Read More
ULI Hawaii has worked for 15 years to bring high quality resources on innovative practices in land use from Hawaii, the nation, and around the world. ULI Hawaii provides solutions to highly technical and difficult land use issues. ULI Hawaii provides an open forum that … Read More
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
Mahalo to Simon Treacy, Brad Case, James Mead and Ian MacNaughton for a terrific presentation on November 29, 2017 at The Kahala Hotel.
On January 28, 2016 ULI members toured the latest developments in Kapolei. Thank you very much to Chuck Hill and Robby Field of Kapolei Properties and Cameron Nekota of DR Horton for being such excellent tour guides.
Help us keep making a difference! Become a 2018 ULI Hawaii Sponsor Sponsorship commitments are for one year and are available at 4 diff erent levels: Diamond – $7,500 * Platinum – $5,000 * Gold $3,000 * Silver – $1,500 About ULI The Urban Land Institute is … Read More
On Aug 13, over 50 ULI Hawaii members enjoyed a great social hosted by The Howard Hughes Corp. They toured the showrooms of the latest Kaka`ako developments and enjoyed pupus, drinks, and wonderful views from the 6th floor deck room.