• 2015 ULI Fall Meeting

    Connect with the world of real estate in the tech capital of the world. Plug into the emerging technologies that will shape the industry for decades to come. Network with over 6,000 like-minded professionals, industry leaders and visionaries. Read More

  • Leadership

    FY15 Governance Committee, Management Committee and Advisory Board Read More

  • Get Involved

    We offer numerous volunteer opportunities and welcome our members to coordinate or moderate a local program, volunteer for UrbanPlan, provide mentoring for a Young Leader, contribute to our blog or assist with a Community Outreach project – just to name a few. Members can also … Read More

  • ULI in Action

    In the ULI fashion of offering an unbiased and non-partisan exchange on issues impacting the industry, District Councils provide the avenues for active dialogues between private industry, environmental organizations, and public agencies to help provide solutions to local and regional issues. ULI Charlotte has been … Read More

ULI Charlotte News

Photos From Three “W’s” of Land Use:…

June 9th WLI met at Total Wine’s tasting room (in Myers Park across from Park Road Shopping Center), for eight premium, hand-selected wines and light hors d’oeuvres.

Case Study Recap: The Metropolitan

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On June 23, 2015, the Young Leaders Group facilitated a conversation around the redevelopment of the Metropolitan in midtown Charlotte. Panelists included Peter A. Pappas – Pappas Properties, Ron Kimble – City of Charlotte, and John Collett – Collett & Associates. Read More

WLI Fall Meeting Scholarships

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Since 2012, the ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) has awarded scholarships to women members to participate in the Fall Meeting. These scholarships are awarded in recognition of a member’s contributions to ULI and demonstrated commitment to real estate and land use issues. Read More

ULI In the Community

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Locally, ULI Charlotte TAPs (Technical Assistance Panels) provide similar services to local government and community-based non-profit organizations. Because of the diverse expertise of the members of the District Council, a broad array of issues can be evaluated. Member’s expertise is available on commercial retail, office, industrial, residential, and mixed land uses in a multiplicity of urban forms. Read More