• About Us

    ULI Indiana is one of 51 District Councils of the Urban Land Institute. ULI is an independent global nonprofit supported by members representing the entire spectrum of real estate development and land use disciplines. Founded in 1936, we now have members worldwide, representing the entire … Read More

  • TAPs

    TAP stands for Technical Assistance Panel.  The TAP program is based loosely on ULI’s national Advisory Services Panels. At the local level, a TAP consists of a panel of outside experts who come in to a community for 1-2 days to address a specific land … Read More

  • Sponsorship

      We couldn’t do it without you. Sponsorship is vital to keep ULI engaged and engaging.  Sponsorship dollars account for 60% of our overall revenue.  We rely on it to underwrite the costs of events and overhead.  And because of our sponsors, ULI Indiana has been able to … Read More

  • East Central RPC

    A Regional Product Council (RPC) provides a multi-disciplinary forum for information exchange and the sharing of best practices among mid- and senior-level members who work in a particular industry sector. Members will have the chance to interact with like-minded professionals in the ULI East Central … Read More

ULI Indiana News

Update – Urban Mixed Use Regional Product...

ULI Indiana is pleased to offer a new opportunity for Full and Associate members to network across five District Councils – Cincinnati, Columbus, and Cleveland, OH and Pittsburgh, PA.  The first Regional Product Council will be focused on Urban Infill/Mixed- Use Development.  Prospective Members should … Read More

Rose Center Presents Recommendations for...

A panel representing ULI’s Rose Center for Public Leadership presented their findings to Mayor Greg Ballard and his project team on Friday. The group began their visit to Indianapolis on Wednesday with a tour of the project area, reported here by WTHR. Former Mayor Bill Hudnut … Read More

Update – Rose Center Panel to Visit...

As one of four cities to be granted a fellowship from ULI’s Rose Center for Public Leadership for 2014 (along with Honolulu, Portland and Memphis), Indianapolis will be visited this month by a study panel from the Center.  Mayor Greg Ballard has asked the Center to advise the city on how … Read More

Graduate Students: Form a Team to Compete...

The Hines Student Urban Design Competition simulates the development process by challenging students to tackle a real land use challenge in a U.S. city. The winning team takes home $50,000. Enter your team by Dec. 9.