ULI Indiana was founded in 2007, has 350 +/- members, and is supported by over 40 corporate and philanthropic sponsors.
ULI Indiana and its members believe that real estate and land use are interrelated, and they’re important because:
- The form and qualities of a community’s built environment determines whether it’s a desirable place to live, work, and play. Both the public and private sectors influence the built environment.
- Public sector policies and investments influence private sector actions; they set the vision.
- Private property improvements bring the vision to life. They add value that also results in increased public revenues, through property tax and other channels.
- Real estate development (and redevelopment) is needed to support demand. Commercial buildings like offices and warehouses are workplaces that are needed to provide jobs. An array of housing is needed to suit families of all ages, sizes and incomes.
We value informed decision making through case studies and other research.
Our programs harness the power of connection and collaboration.