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      JOIN ULI HOUSTON & YOUR FELLOW REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS  FOR THE NEW YEAR KICK OFF NETWORKING EVENT new location – new program format – new “must attend” event of the year! Thank You to Our Host Committee Alan Arnold, Rice Management Company // Jonathan Brinsden, Midway … Read More

  • Sponsorship

    Become an Annual Sponsor for FY 2018 Today! ULIDistrict 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, representing … Read More

  • 2017 Annual Report

    Just released: Read stories, hear from leaders, and see the progress ULI made in District Councils and beyond in our 2017 Annual Report. Read More

ULI Houston News

Join Us!

  JOIN ULI HOUSTON & YOUR FELLOW REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS  FOR THE NEW YEAR KICK OFF NETWORKING EVENT new location – new program format – new “must attend” event of the year! Thank You to Our Host Committee Alan Arnold, Rice Management Company // Jonathan Brinsden, Midway … Read More

Global Award Winners Announced – Houston…

One of Houston’s beloved parks, Buffalo Bayou Park, has been recognized as a winner of Urban Land Institute’s Global Awards for Excellence 2017-2018. Director of the Urban Resilience Program at the Urban Land Institute Katharine Burgess said of the park, “Buffalo Bayou Park has been … Read More

Award Finalists

URBAN LAND INSTITUTE HOUSTON ANNOUNCES 2018 DEVELOPMENT OF DISTINCTION FINALISTS   National jury to tour and select winners among the 8 finalists in the for-profit small and large, not-for-profit, and urban open space categories   HOUSTON – October 17, 2017 – The Houston District Council … Read More

Building Healthy Places Local Spotlight:…

Co-Authors: Adele Houghton, Biositu, LLC Aimee Schultze, Harris County Public Health Note: This article complements the BHP Breakfast Series presentation on August 24, 2017: BHP Breakfast Series – Brownfields Redevelopment. Houston is famously one of the least dense cities in the U.S. At 8,778 square … Read More