2022 Sponsorship Campaign

The financial support of our annual sponsors, & the efforts of our 1,400+ member leaders have kept the mission alive & well this past year.

About ULI Atlanta

ULI Atlanta is a District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI). As the preeminent, multidisciplinary real estate forum, ULI is a nonprofit education and research group supported by its diverse, expert membership base. Our mission is to “Shape the future of the built environment for transformative impact in communities worldwide.” ULI Atlanta has over 1,400 members throughout the Atlanta region and our broader geography which includes the entire state of Georgia and eastern Tennessee. ULI Atlanta is one of the largest and most active District Councils in the United States.

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🗓️Dec 9 - Check out the upcoming event we are collaborating on with the Real Estate Investment Advisory Council (REIAC) on debt & the pandemic!

👉Register here: https://reiac.123signup.com/event/details/kmpnm

ICYMI: Recap from last week's #EmergingTrends event with @ByronCarlockJr. Every year there is at least one item in the report that we as an industry and city are not talking about but probably should be. Find out what that is here: https://atlanta.uli.org/emerging-trends-impacting-atlanta-in-2022/

Recognize a Visionary in Urban Development by nominating a #thoughtleader for the 2022 ULI Prize! The Laureate will receive $100,000 and global recognition. Nominations will close on Dec 31.

Nominate the next Laureate:
http://americas.uli.org/programs/awards-competitions/uli-prize

⁦@DougATL2⁩ sharing opps with fed infrastructure bill & regional ATL impacts. Not just roads/ bridges, shot in arm for regional trail network! #TheNewTOD #BuildingHealthyPlaces

Trail-Oriented Development: The Next Frontier in People-Friendly Design https://urbanland.uli.org/industry-sectors/infrastructure-transit/trail-oriented-development-new-uli-report-looks-next-frontier-people-friendly-design/

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