• J.W. Willie York Awards

    The J.W. Willie York Awards will be given to those individuals and companies who have made outstanding contributions to the creation and continued vitality of thriving communities in the Triangle Region. Nominations due by June 30th. 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

Last Chance: Apply for a Fall Meeting Scholarship…

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A free registration to the 2014 Fall Meeting in New York City could be yours! Apply by Aug. 29 to one of ULI’s two scholarship programs: The Wells Fargo ULI Student Scholarship Program awards scholarships to undergraduate students and students obtaining a master’s degree in … Read More

KEY PLAYERS DISCUSS “THE ART OF THE METLIFE…

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BY: Justin Good and Allan Lynch, Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, Raleigh, NC On July 31, 2014, ULI Triangle hosted a panel to discuss the recent MetLife deal, which resulted in MetLife bringing its “GTO” headquarters to Cary, the addition of 1,300 high-paying jobs, and … Read More

WLI Fall Meeting Scholarship

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ULI women members who are active in District Councils, including members in Associate, Young Leader and Student member categories, are encouraged to apply for a Fall Meeting 2014 WLI Scholarship. The purpose of the program is to support the professional development of ULI women members … Read More

Future of Triangle’s Affordable Housing Policies…

Lowest Income Residents are Most Cost Burdened

Triangle City Planners Discuss the Present, Future of Affordable Housing Policies By: Toby Coleman, Smith Anderson Local governments in the Triangle continue to examine the best mix of policy “carrots” and “sticks” to ensure that new residential development in our growing region also includes affordable … Read More