• Sponsorship

    Become an Annual Sponsor for FY 2018 Today! ULI District Councils receive a small percentage of member dues to use for programming purposes. Annual sponsors and Event sponsors ensure quality programming and help us continue to serve our mission. ULI Houston enables real estate professionals, … Read More

  • Distinction Awards

    The 2018 Nominations Period is Open! The ULI Houston Distinction Awards follow The Urban Land Institute’s tradition of honoring developments and green spaces that uphold the ULI mission. At ULI Houston, we seek to inspire land use that fuels the creation of a flourishing global city. … Read More

  • 2017 Fall Meeting

    Be a part of the future of real estate at the ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles. Read More

ULI Houston News

BHP Houston in Action: Springwoods Village…

Note: This article complements the BHP Breakfast Series presentation on Friday, June 30: LEEDing Houston into the future: Sustainable Design and Community Health.   Author: Adele Houghton, Biositu, LLC Health and wellbeing are increasingly thought of in the real estate sector as synonymous with high … Read More

ULI Texas Forum Report: Public Private Partnerships…

  Originally posted: By CAMILLE GARCIA JUNE 16, 2017 / Rivard Report It’s been about eight years since former Mayor Julián Castro coined the phrase “Decade of Downtown,” referring to “the decade when downtown San Antonio comes back to life.” Since then downtown has become a hotbed of development, … Read More

Is a Healthy Development a Better Investment?…

Co-Authors: Adele Houghton, Biositu, LLC; Ellen Schwaller, SOPHIA The Value of Quantifying Health Health, wellness, and quality of life have become recognized buzzwords in the real estate industry over the past few years, often paired with environmental sustainability. The benefits of incorporating health and wellness … Read More

Overheard at ULI Houston’s Building Healthy…

In its second event in the ULI Building Healthy Places breakfast series, Beth White, president, and CEO of Houston Parks Board moderated the discussion on the future of bicycle infrastructure planning in the Greater Houston Area. The standing room only event hosted an audience comprised … Read More