“ULI is the forum where leading real estate industry professionals build life-long relationships that serve them in their work.”
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
What advice would you give to an emerging young leader just starting their professional career? The best advice I can give to any emerging young leader is to get involved as soon as you can, especially in ….. click here to read more
Rethink, Reinvent and Reshape Real Estate: Invest in ULI Orange County/Inland Empire Why Become a ULI Sponsor? • Support meaningful land-use and community improvement activities that directly impacts our region • Provide recognition for your organization with the region’s key stakeholders through a … Read More
The Mentoring Relationship The ideal mentoring relationship is one that exceeds fact-finding and delves into personal knowledge and experience. In many cases, young professionals have certain career goals, but do not have the firsthand experience or insight on what to expect or how to achieve … Read More
ULI Orange County/Inland Empire What’s New?
Purpose: The purpose of “Take 5 from the YLG” is to share 5 relevant take-always that were obtained by a young leader who attended a ULI program. ULI Event: The YLG produced Boardroom afterhours with Bryan Bentrott Business Partner – pick a business partner who … Read More
(l to r) Mike Ruane, Chairman, ULI Orange County/Inland Empire, with Mark Kiesel, Managing Director, PIMCO. Kiesel was keynote speaker at the RE Trends conference held today. TIP: He’s bullish on companies in home remodeling sector.
Edge Development Initiative Council members (l to r) Jay Bessette, UCI planning grad student, and Bob Johnson, planning consultant, participate in a lively discussion about “Building Healthy Places”. The answer is: “It’s complicated.” Nonetheless, the EDIC will organize a program in March around edge development … Read More
Mary Borgia, a ULI Trustee based in Newport Beach, asking pertinent questions at the thought-leader concurrent session titled “The Changing World: Food” at the ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago.