• About ULI Indiana

    ULI Indiana is one of over 50 ULI District Councils in the Americas. There are also 14 in Europe and five in the Asia-Pacific Region. ULI Indiana was founded in 2007 and has over 300 members. Vision: Indiana – Great Place to Live, Great Place … Read More

  • About ULI

    The Urban Land Institute, is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit research and education organization supported by its members. Founded in 1936, we now have almost 40,000 members worldwide, representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines working in private enterprise and public service. … Read More

  • Be Involved

    To get the most out of your membership, you should try to participate in three or more events per year, which may come from any of the following categories: Local events occur frequently and help you grow your professional network. For upcoming ULI Indiana events … Read More

  • Membership

    When you join ULI, you become part of an international network of like-minded individuals and organizations. ULI is different than other professional organizations in two significant ways: 1)      ULI is multidisciplinary.  Our members represent a broad spectrum of the land use and real estate disciplines, … Read More

ULI Indiana News

White River Vision Plan team seeking input…

The White River Vision Plan is “a community-driven process in Indianapolis and Hamilton County to develop a plan that explores the enormous potential of our river to enhance regional vibrancy, ecological integrity, livability and economic vitality.”  The team is looking for input to help expand … Read More

July through October 2018 Breakfast Series…

The second of half of ULI Indiana’s 2018 Breakfast Series, held at a new venue—Market District at The Bridges in Carmel, 11505 North Illinois Street. Our July 26 Breakfast Series program is appropriate for this new event location—we’ll revisit the food and real estate topic … Read More

Fellowship Opportunity: Spurring Community-Oriented…

Fellowship applications are being accepted to  “Spur Community-Oriented Redevelopment in Indianapolis’s Far Eastside.” In collaboration with the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office, FUSE Corps is seeking a fellow with 15 years of professional experience in real estate project management–particularly with a strong background in property acquisition, reuse, land … Read More

Indiana Water Summit to take place Aug. 12-13…

With support from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust, the White River Alliance has convened a broad coalition of stakeholders to launch the first-ever, state-wide Indiana Water Summit on August 12 and 13, 2018. The Summit is an opportunity to increase our collective understanding of … Read More