• 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

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    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

ULI San Diego-Tijuana Member Wins Big at…


Aruna Doddapaneni Title: Senior Project Manager Organization: BRIDGE Housing Corporation The Urban Land 40 Under 40 represent the best young land use professionals from around the globe, as selected by members of the Urban Land Institute. The winners were recognized today by ULI Global Chairman … Read More

Housing Seen as Key for Border Region Growth…


Housing Seen as Key for Border Region Growth PROPERTY: Infrastructure Improvements Being Made By LOU HIRSH – San Diego Business Journal Friday, October 17, 2014 Pieces are slowly falling into place to turn the Otay Mesa region into a vibrant future hub of cross-border business … Read More

Reform of CEQA Transportation Impact Analysis…

By: Evelyn F. Heidelberg | 619.525.3804 | evelyn.heidelberg@procopio.com Passing below the radar for many in the development community was enactment last year of SB 743 (Steinberg), which promises real reform of transportation impact analysis under the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”). A principal reform effected … Read More

Developers Adapt Housing Projects to Keep…

By KATIE THISDELL, The Daily Transcript Tuesday, September 9, 2014 Changing demographics could force new development in North County to offer a mix of products not previously built together in San Diego, panelists said Tuesday morning at an Urban Land Institute session at the University Club. “We … Read More