• Sporting Clays Event

     Reserve Your Teams Now for our 5th Annual Sporting Clays Event! Please join the ULI Host Committee on Friday, May 11, 2018 for the 5th Annual Sporting Clays Invitational at Foxhall Resort & Sporting Club. Your support will advance the ULI mission and directly benefit the ULI … Read More

  • 2018 Spring Meeting

    Build Relationships with ULI Full Members
    Join senior real estate industry leaders May 1–3 in Detroit for the Full Members-only ULI Spring Meeting. Address the latest trends in real estate, share practical, board-level strategies, and explore a thriving city with new developments around every corner. Read More

  • 2018 Awards

    The Urban Land Institute’s Atlanta District Council is now accepting nominations for its 24th annual Awards for Excellence Dinner, scheduled for September 13, 2018. The ULI Atlanta Awards for Excellence program recognizes outstanding real estate development projects or initiatives that exemplify ULI’s mission of providing … Read More

  • Shark Tank

    Call for Proposals: ULI Atlanta’s 2018 Real Estate Development Shark Tank Are you an aspiring real estate developer? Are you interested in repositioning an aging property? Would you like to get your project in front of real investors or lenders looking for opportunities? ULI Atlanta … 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

Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI): Where…

By: Kim Bucklew Since its inception in 2011, ULI’s Women Leadership Initiative (WLI) has been on a mission to increase the visibility of women leaders throughout the real estate industry. A ULI survey of its membership revealed only 25 percent were women and of those … Read More

Atlanta’s Changing Transportation Ecosystem…

Atlanta’s traffic woes are a well-known story. Despite having the nation’s 9th largest transit system, we are still an auto-centric city and region, rife with congestion along our main corridors. The lesser known story, perhaps, is the remarkable level of investment and coordination currently underway … Read More

Out of the Ashes, Once Again

On July 31, 2012, the Atlanta region soundly rejected a well-publicized and carefully orchestrated Transportation Special Local Option Sales Tax (TSLOST) which would have funded multiple billions of dollars of projects for the region. While those of us in the shell-shocked transportation advocacy world licked … Read More

Shedding Atlanta’s Transportation Stigma…

Transportation. A hot button topic that can be as aggravating as many of the cliché’ terms out there like “Hotlanta” or “the ATL” that are commonly used to describe our fare city. The obligatory “I hear the traffic is horrible” or “how’s your commute?” will undoubtedly … Read More