• 2017 Fall Meeting

    Be a part of the future of real estate at the ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles. Read More

  • 2017 Awards

    Since 1994, ULI Atlanta has recognized outstanding real estate development projects and honors leaders in the Southeast region including Georgia, Alabama, and Eastern Tennessee. 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 38,000 members in 95 countries, representing … Read More

ULI Atlanta Blog

Why we love Atlanta.

A Meeting of Elders by Jimoh Buraimoh, 1998

This article appeared in the Saporta Report on August 8, 2017. by Ryan Gravel Love is in the air. Don’t get me wrong – it’s easy enough to see Atlanta’s shortcomings. But when you take a minute to see them as opportunities, and when you … Read More

The Lovable City

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What makes a city lovable? As Atlanta enters a period of transformation, it’s important for city leaders, developers, planners and everyday citizens to take a moment and reflect on what we love most about where we live. That’s why this year’s theme for the Urban … Read More

The Link Between the Shifting Retail Market…

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Cities and towns across the country are being challenged with how to revitalize auto-centric, sprawling corridors into more pedestrian friendly, thriving destinations. At the same time, the retail industry is experiencing a major economic shift. How can these dated commercial strips be transformed into more … Read More

Rethinking Retail Corridors: From Grayfields…

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An examination of the Highway 9 corridor in North Atlanta  As older auto-oriented commercial corridors reach obsolescence, the Atlanta metro area has a unique opportunity to redevelop these zones into vibrant, beautiful places. Many of these commercial corridors contain larger parcels of vacant commercial uses: … Read More