• About Us

    The mission of ULI, the Urban Land Institute, is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in building sustainable, thriving communities. ULI is composed of more than 32,000 members worldwide. Read More

  • Advisory Services

    Public agencies, private firms, and non-profit organizations facing complex land use and real estate issues in the greater Houston region can get expert and objective advice with the help of TAPs—Technical Assistance Panel—offered by the ULI Houston District Council. Read More

  • April Meeting

    April 30, 2015 Downtown Houston: Transformation The area now considered to be Houston’s central business district began as a conglomeration of distinct neighborhoods and trading centers. By the late 1980s, Houston’s downtown was dominated by office and industrial uses. Today, the area is realizing a … Read More

  • YL Mentor Program

    Young Leaders Mentorship Program ULI Houston is currently in its fourth year of the Young Leader Mentorship Program, which will run from May 2014 to April 2015. The mission of this program is to provide an opportunity for ULI Young Leaders and veteran ULI members … Read More

ULI Houston News

Bragging Rights

ULI Members make a profound impact on the quality of our built environment and green spaces. Not only are we proud to claim you as our Members, but you also make us even prouder to be Houstonians. Two recent stories make us stand up a little … Read More

YL Mentor Program

Doug Goff group with Gregg Erwin

Young Leaders Mentorship Program ULI Houston is currently in its fourth year of the Young Leader Mentorship Program, which will run from May 2014 to April 2015. The mission of this program is to provide an opportunity for ULI Young Leaders and veteran ULI members … Read More

April Meeting

Aerial Of Modern Buildings In Downtown Houston

April 30, 2015 Downtown Houston: Transformation The area now considered to be Houston’s central business district began as a conglomeration of distinct neighborhoods and trading centers. By the late 1980s, Houston’s downtown was dominated by office and industrial uses. Today, the area is realizing a … Read More

Reimagining the Richmond Corridor

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HOUSTON – February 24, 2015 2015 – The Houston District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) invited the public to a presentation of expert recommendations on reviving a faded section of Richmond Ave. and its surroundings. The multidisciplinary panel of experts who participated in … Read More