“ULI is the forum where leading real estate industry professionals build life-long relationships that serve them in their work.”
Awards Each year, one young professional is recognized from each of the following categories: Architecture, Engineering, Capital Markets, Planning, Professional Services, Property Development, Innovation and Leadership. This year’s event is Thursday, March 13th. BRING A GUEST DOWNLOAD A REGISTRATION FORM HERE! … Read More
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With members in 95 countries worldwide, ULI represents the broad spectrum of disciplines in land use and real estate in the private and public sectors. ULI facilitates the exchange of ideas, information and experiences among its members who are local, national and international industry leaders and policy makers dedicated to improving the places we live. Read More
ULI Orange County/Inland Empire focuses its work around ULI’S priority initiatives. The District Council’s Initiative Councils are modeled after ULI’s National Product Councils. Read More
INVESTING IN ULI — BUILDS YOUR BUSINESS. With over 900 individual members in the ULI Orange County/Inland Empire, representing all sectors of the land use planning/real estate development industry, no other nonprofit organization offers networking, delivers programming and delves into complex land use and real … Read More
ULI Orange County/Inland Empire What’s New?
Aram Chahbazian, TCA, Inc., is a member of the ULI OC/IE Multi-housing Initiative Council. He shared insights into trends influenced by the market today and in the future with the Council members at their quarterly meeting. He presented the question about what Gen Z is … Read More
(l to r) Fiona Lyons and Mary Lydon of ULI San Diego/Tijuana and Phyllis Alzamora at the Gensler office in Los Angeles.
Dan Rosenfeld, George Crenshaw Development Co., is one of the first niche developers, building TOD in 2000. Tour attendees toured residential and commercial projects in Pasadena.
Roger Moliere, Metro LA, shares with tour attendees all about what’s going on in LA around rail transit stops. First stop along the tour was Union Station in downtown LA.