Be part of the brave, bold rebirth of a boomtown. When it comes to a commitment to urbanism, Oklahoma City is all in. Since 1993—the same year as the first CNU —Oklahoma City residents have participated in an unprecedented transformation, driven by three broad-scale, comprehensive capital improvement programs that have leveraged more than $7 billion … Read more
Join us for ULI Oklahoma’s Peer City Trip as we head to Denver, Colorado. Our peer city trips are an opportunity to see firsthand how other communities are handling important land use and development issues. This trip is shaping up to be very active and will rely on a lot of walking and public transit. Please consider … Read more
Tour one of Tulsa’s newest, nearly completed mixed-use developments in the heart of Cherry Street with the Developer, Contractor, and Architects. Stay for happy hour on the roof (weather permitting) or join us next door at Roosevelt’s for more informal discussion of the project and networking. First round is on ULI!
Join this webinar to learn how ESG goals have expanded over time, from basic energy, water, and waste considerations to climate adaptation and resilience, health and well-being, social and racial equity, and embodied carbon. Building on the leading sustainability work that Greenprint member organizations have been implementing since 2009, ULI Greenprint developed The ULI Blueprint … Read more
ULI’s Building Healthy Places Book Club is designed to spark thought and conversation around health, social equity, and real estate. Our Spring title is Brave New Home: Our Future in Smarter, Simpler, Happier Housing. Author Diana Lind offers a provocative diagnosis of the current American housing crisis and a radical re-imagining of future possibilities. Participation is … Read more
Across real estate cycles and in the face of unprecedented change, the ULI network is what connects you with the future of real estate. Nowhere will that be more in evidence than at the 2021 ULI Virtual Spring Meeting, where attendees’ discussions – on the post-pandemic economy, urban migration, DEI, and climate change – will … Read more
UrbanPlan for Public Officials workshops are designed for local decision makers who would like to learn more about the fundamental forces that shape and affect the built environment and the important leadership roles that elected and appointed officials play in the real estate development process. This interactive workshop will use a team-based simulation exercise to … Read more
Universal access to private automobile ownership completely transformed our built environment throughout the 20th Century. A new paradigm shift is on the horizon; one that is shared, connected and autonomous. The time to start planning is now. What questions and concerns must we address today to achieve the communities we need and to which we … Read more