• Carolinas’ Meeting

    February 9 – 10, 2015 Charleston, SC Innovation and technology are rapidly evolving the consumer space.  The transformation is impacting consumer behavior, the environments in which we work and housing preferences.  Our communities are changing.  It is imperative that ULI remain on the forefront of … Read More

  • Get Involved

    We offer numerous volunteer opportunities and welcome our members to coordinate or moderate a local program, 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 get involved by … Read More

  • ULI in Action

    The Urban Land Institute manages a number of community outreach programs, like the Advisory Services Panels at the national level and the Technical Advisory Panels (TAPs) at the local level, that address community development issues.  By engaging land use professionals and other stakeholders to resolve … Read More

ULI Triangle News

General Assembly acts on building codes,…

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General Assembly acts on building codes, building re-use, reclaimed water, and shale gas development By Jim Joyce and Marissa Farrell, with Alan Peterson, K&L Gates LLP During the 2014 Short Legislative Session, over 1,000 bills were filed in the North Carolina General Assembly.  Among those … Read More

Carolinas’ Meeting

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February 9 – 10, 2015 Charleston, SC Innovation and technology are rapidly evolving the consumer space.  The transformation is impacting consumer behavior, the environments in which we work and housing preferences.  Our communities are changing.  It is imperative that ULI remain on the forefront of … Read More

Inaugural ULI Triangle J.W. Willie York Awards…

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More than 200 ULI members, colleagues and family turned out to celebrate exemplary people and projects in land use at the inaugural ULI Triangle J.W. Willie York Awards on September 25, 2014 at the North Carolina Museum of Art. The York Awards are given to … Read More

Historic Preservation as an Engine for Urban…

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By: Trisha L. Hasch, Urban Planner, City of Raleigh “After years of steady growth, Raleigh is receiving significant national attention as evident in the regular accolades bestowed on the city,” says Donovan Rypkema, principal of PlaceEconomics, a Washington, DC based real estate and economic development … Read More