ULI is a non-profit education and research institute established in 1936 and has nearly 28,000 members worldwide. Our members represent the spectrum of land use and development disciplines, including developers, architects, attorneys, brokers, service firms, planners, public officials, students, academic professionals, economic development officials, financial … Read More
The ULI mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in the creation of sustainable thriving neighborhoods and communities. Through ULI Memphis we support best practices, education and research at the local level. Today, ULI Memphis is involved in the leadership … Read More
ULI membership provides a valuable opportunity to address local real estate issues that affect you. ULI’s strength lies in its diverse, expert members – developers, city planners, architects, builders, contractors, engineers, consultants, attorneys and policy analysts. ULI members are leaders who are committed to growing … Read More
ULI Memphis News
Article by Thomas Bailey Jr. Melbourne, Australian-area urban planners and developers soaked in Memphis the past two days to get ideas for dealing with their own issues back home. Read the full article here.
Holtzclaw on Front Line of Myriad Real Estate Projects RICHARD J. ALLEY | Special to The Daily News Anna Holtzclaw’s footprint is on property all over Memphis. Since 2001, the real estate marketing entrepreneur has worked to promote properties developed and designed by the likes … Read More
Join us for our first workshop of 2013 on April 25. Doug McGowen and Tommy Pacello, of the Mayor’s Innovation Delivery Team for a workshop discussing new tools for evaluating land productivity in Memphis and Shelby County. McGowen and Pacello will share the data, maps … Read More
ULI Memphis, On Monday March 18, you are invited to a presentation by Jeff Speck : author, planner and architectural designer. It will start at 5:30 at the Memphis Cook Convention Center in room 205. Click here to view more information! *This is not a … Read More