Get Involved

Become an active and engaged member, get involved today!

Get Involved

The Urban Land Institute’s New York District Council is committed to advancing ULI’s mission to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI New York is the leading multidisciplinary real estate organization in the region for expanding your network and increasing your industry knowledge.

ULI New York achieves its influence through member participation on Operational Committees and Local Product Councils. Committee and Council Members support programming efforts, educational forums, public outreach and advocacy initiatives, and the sharing of best practices in responsible land use in the New York region. Become an active and engaged member, get involved today!

Local Product Councils

Success of the Local Product Councils is built on passionate leadership, participation, and creating the right mixture of expertise. Councils provide opportunities for leadership and volunteer involvement in ULI at the local level by fostering a culture of openness, promoting excellence in programming, and sharing of issues critical to the land use planning and real estate development industries.

Program Committee

ULI New York’s Program Committee drives the development of our high-quality, timely educational programs designed specifically for our members to exchange ideas, information, and experience among local and national industry leaders dedicated to creating better places.


UrbanPlan as adopted by New York District Council is the local incarnation of the highly successful national ULI UrbanPlan Program. To participate in ULI’s educational outreach program, become a volunteer.

Women’s Leadership Initiative

ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative raises the visibility and number of women leaders in ULI and the real estate industry on a local level.

Young Leaders Group

The Young Leaders Group consists of ULI New York members under the age of 35 who want to be actively involved in shaping the built environment and the future of the real estate industry in the region.