• 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

    Introduction to Young Leaders ULI Young Leaders is a wonderful opportunity for young professionals to gather industry knowledge and develop their leadership skills. It’s a great place to form a network of peers who are shaping the future of real estate in the greater San … 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

Downsized masterplanned community resurrected...

By THOR KAMBAN BIBERMAN, The Daily Transcript Tuesday, April 15, 2014 Voted down by the San Diego Board of Supervisors four years ago, the Merriam Mountains plan is being resurrected, this time with fewer housing units — and two other masterplanned developments in the county … Read More

Mixed-Use Decisions Need to Consider Future...

Mixed-Use Decisions Need to Consider Future Market Demand   By LOU HIRSH Friday, April 18, 2014 Master planners of large, mixed-use communities face a challenge similar to assembling a jigsaw puzzle. They must not only make their projects pencil-out financially in today’s market, but also … Read More

New ULI Publication Documents the Economic...

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Report Profiles Thirteen Developments Around the Globe  For more information, contact Trish Riggs at 202-624-7086  VANCOUVER (April 10, 2014) — The economic benefits of building healthy places are outlined in a new publication from the Urban Land Institute (ULI) – Building for Wellness: The Business Case. Released this week … Read More

Quality of Infrastructure Is Key to Real...

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By Trisha Riggs April 9th, 2014 The quality of infrastructure systems—including transportation, utilities, and telecommunications—is the most important factor influencing real estate investment and development decisions in cities around the world, according to a survey of public sector and private sector leaders conducted by the … Read More