• About Us

    The Urban Land Institute provides leadership in the responsible use of land, and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. As the “go to” land use organization for real estate issues in our region, the ULI San Diego/Tijuana District Council facilitates the open exchange of … Read More

  • Young Leaders Group

      The mission of the ULI San Diego/Tijuana Young Leaders Group (YLG) is to create opportunities for young professionals to develop skills and build relationships that will help them advance in their careers, to help foster a connection to, and an understanding of, thoughtful land use … Read More

  • Membership

    When you join ULI, you receive access to its vast resources and publications, including a subscription to ULI’s monthly magazine Urban Land, which focuses on real estate development experience and the latest research in easy-to-read features and news briefs; the annual forecast or trends research report; … Read More

ULI San Diego/Tijuana News

The New ULI Access Mobile App

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Your All-Access Pass to ULI ULI’s trusted content is available on your smartphone and tablet devices. The customizable and shareable design of the new ULI Access mobile app makes it easy to search local and global news, programs and events, and Urban Land magazine all … Read More

ULI Announces Finalists for the 2014 Global...

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WASHINGTON (June 16, 2014) — Twenty-three outstanding developments from around the globe, including 11 in North America, seven in Asia, and five in Europe, have been selected as finalists in the 2014 ULI Global Awards for Excellence competition, widely recognized as the land use industry’s … Read More

Tax Increment Financing: Tweaking TIF for...

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A concert in the park at the restored Mission Creek waterfront in San Francisco, part of more than $700 million in public infrastructure financed through special assessments and TIF for the Mission Bay redevelopment project. (San Francisco Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure)   Tax … Read More

Defining A New Vision

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DEFINING A NEW VISION Study proposes developing land around Rosarito Beach convention facility to lure visitors and residents SANDRA DIBBLE • U-TROSARITO BEACH When it opened more than a year ago, Baja California’s $51 million convention center offered unprecedented opportunities to promote the region. But its … Read More