• 2014 Fall Meeting

    The ULI Fall Meeting, which will attract more than 7,000 attendees, is coming to New York City! Save $400 when you sign up by October 3.

  • About Us

    ULI New York’s mission is to serve as the principal forum for real estate professionals in our area, reflecting the Urban Land Institute’s best practices in leadership development, community service and enhancement of land use policy and practice. ULI New York strives to provide to … Read More

  • TAPs

    Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) provide expert, multidisciplinary advice to local governments, public agencies and nonprofit organizations facing complex land use and real estate issues in New York. The Urban Land Institute has a long history of providing unbiased, pragmatic solutions and best practice advice on … Read More

  • Real Estate Outlook

    Join ULI New York on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at The TimesCenter for our annual presentation of Emerging Trends in Real Estate®–one of the most highly regarded and widely read trends reports in the real estate industry. This event is not to be missed.

  • YLG Reception

    Connect with the next generation of real estate industry leaders at the 2014 Fall Meeting! Please join ULI for a young leader reception at Gotham West Market on Tuesday, October 21.

ULI New York Blog

Why Should You Attend the Fall Meeting?

Jennifer Lawton, president of Makerbot, will be a speaker in the Changing World speaker series at the 2014 Fall Meeting.

Don’t miss the interactive sessions, high-profile speakers, behind-the-scenes tours, and coveted networking opportunities of the ULI Fall Meeting in New York City. Read More

Fall Meeting Scholarships for Public Officials…

ULI Rose Center Scholarships to the 2014 Fall Meeting

Individuals working in the public sector are invited to apply for the ULI Rose Center for Public Leadership’s scholarship program for the 2014 Fall Meeting in New York City. Read More

Ten Principles for Urban Regeneration: Making…


Establishing a long-term vision, conserving the city’s cultural heritage, optimizing land use and integrating economic development are among some of the recommendations in a new ULI report on the future urban regeneration of Shanghai. Entitled Ten Principles for Urban Regeneration: Making Shanghai a Better City, the report combines … Read More

Reducing Buildings’ Energy Consumption…

Greenprint Performance Report Volume 5

The latest report published by the ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance demonstrates that some of the world’s leading real estate investors are making significant progress in reducing energy consumption, carbon emissions, and water usage in their existing buildings. The Greenprint Performance Report measures and … Read More