• Our Story

    • ULI Atlanta is a District Council of the Urban Land Institute • ULI Atlanta has over 900 members throughout the Atlanta region • ULI Atlanta is one of the largest and most active ULI District Councils worldwide We bring together leaders from across the … Read More

  • Get Involved

    If you are interested in the sustainable growth and development of the Atlanta region, ULI Atlanta is for you. ULI is a nonprofit research and education organization supported by its members. Founded in 1936, the Institute now has over 30,000 members in 95 countries, representing … Read More

  • ULI in Action

    ULI Atlanta is focusing its program of work around four priority areas. Capital Markets Infrastructure Housing Sustainability ULI Community Initiatives provide ULI members with leadership opportunities to inform and influence land use decision making that promote sustainable development in their communities. These initiatives include: Technical Assistance Panels … Read More

  • LCC

    As of July 2013, the Livable Communities Coalition has merged with ULI Atlanta as the Livable Communities Council (LCC). Who? Membership in the Council is by application and is capped at 50 members.   The Executive Committee is comprised of eight people, chaired by Mark Toro … Read More

ULI Atlanta Blog

Community Building: Transcendental, Not…


by Hank Houser, founding Principal Architect with Houser Walker Architecture   Trey Williams and Addie Weber organized an enlightening 4th day of speakers and exercises for the ULI Center for Leadership Class to consider how strong communities can be cultivated. The day revealed a sample of … Read More

Operating at all Different Elevations and…

Brenneman, Caleb

CFL Day 3:  Development Process & Capital Markets by Caleb Brenneman Sr. Vice President, LaSalle Investment Management At the outset of my career, a senior leader told me that real estate development requires the ability to operate at all different elevations of a project.  A … Read More

A pedestrian’s view of getting to work…


by Sarah Kirsch In one of my favorite books, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Atticus Finch tells his children, “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view … until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.” … Read More

Regionalism & Infrastructure: CFL Day…


by Odetta MacLeish-White Day Two of ULI Atlanta’s 2015 Center for Leadership (CFL) program focused on Regionalism and Infrastructure. The speakers and activities for the day provided us with a glimpse into the scope and complexity of keeping a region running smoothly. Some of the themes … Read More