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    Our MISSION is to cultivate leadership and life-strategy skills by teaching emerging leaders in the real estate and land use industries how the Atlanta region gets built. WHY PARTICIPATE: • Collaborate with real estate professionals in problem solving; • Interface with like-minded professionals; • Engage … Read More

  • Who We Are

    • ULI Atlanta is a District Council of the Urban Land Institute • ULI Atlanta has over 1,000 members throughout the Atlanta region (Georgia, Alabama & Eastern Tennessee). • ULI Atlanta is one of the largest and most active ULI District Councils worldwide We bring … Read More

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    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 37,000 members in 95 countries, representing … Read More

ULI Atlanta Blog

It turns out Atlanta has an “X Factor”…

Sarah Kirsch

Originally appeared in Saporta Report April 11, 2016 by Sarah Kirsch You would never guess Atlanta is a Generation X town based on any discussion about real estate and regional development. As one ULI member recently commented in a meeting, “I am never the popular … Read More

Apply Now for CFL Class of 2017!

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Our MISSION is to cultivate leadership and life-strategy skills by teaching emerging leaders in the real estate and land use industries how the Atlanta region gets built. WHY PARTICIPATE: • Collaborate with real estate professionals in problem solving; • Interface with like-minded professionals; • Engage … Read More

Thoughts on Challenges Facing Community Development…

Stephen Arms, Managing Member at Marthasville Development

Originally appeared in Saporta Report March 14, 2016 by Stephen Arms Community development – typified by small, scale-appropriate projects that fit within the surrounding community – has never been a simple proposition. Prior to the recession, there were numerous firms who focused on this type … Read More

National Spotlight on Atlanta’s ‘SoYES’…

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Originally posted in Saporta Report March 1, 2016 By Sarah Kirsch of the Urban Land Institute At its annual meeting last week, Midtown Alliance President & CEO Kevin Green shared that there is significant investment and change coming to the area of the city south of North … Read More