• Just Released

    REAL ESTATE TRENDS IN CENTRAL OHIO 2016 PROVIDES INSIGHTS ABOUT COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT IN COMING YEAR The Columbus District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI Columbus) unveiled Real Estate Trends in Central Ohio 2016, its popular annual report offering in-depth insights and timely projections … Read More

  • 2016 Fall Meeting

    Registration is now open. Register by June 30 to secure your place at the best rate. Read More

  • insight2050

    Columbus 2050 was a comprehensive effort lead by the Columbus District Council of the Urban Land Institute to start a dialogue and assess key issues facing Central Ohio’s future growth and development.  Since the region is expected to grow by more than 500,000 people by 2050, … Read More

  • Young Leaders Group

    The Young Leaders Group (YLG) is a committee within ULI Columbus and provides an excellent opportunity for young professionals and students under the age of 35 to become further involved in the Central Ohio real estate development and land planning community. The YLG offers ULI … Read More

  • Membership

    Connect. Learn. Give back. Become a member of ULI. Bringing the industry together.  It’s all about the people. People with diverse experience, building better communities and successful careers, through participation in ULI. Unique among professional organizations, ULI brings together people in every profession and sector … Read More

ULI Columbus News

NIMBY versus YIMBY: Two Sides to Every Story…

In contrast to the efforts of residents who oppose any form of denser development in their neighborhoods despite demand and research that suggests a growing appeal for it, a new grassroots movement is opposing limitations on housing development that contribute to housing shortages and higher … Read More

Is “trail‐oriented development” the…

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Across the globe, developers are seizing competitive advantage by leveraging growing interest in biking and walking among residents and tenants. Municipalities are promoting health, equity, and sustainability by investing in active transportation infrastructure projects, such as trails and greenways. The Urban Land Institute’s new report … Read More

insight2050 Phase I Impact Report

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The Columbus District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI Columbus) is proud to share the insight2050 Phase I Impact Report, highlighting achievements in efforts to equip elected officials, planners, developers, businesses, residents and other decision-makers with the knowledge and resources to make optimal land use … Read More

Columbus is Finalist in Smart City Challenge…

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The Columbus District Council of the Urban Land Institute congratulates the city of Columbus for ranking among the national finalists in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge designed to promote the integration of innovative technologies into cities’ transportation network. The winning city, which … Read More