• 2016 Fall Meeting

    Register now and make new connections that could have a big effect on your business. Read More

  • Get Involved

    We encourage members to get involved: coordinate or moderate a local program, assist with a policy, project, volunteer as a mentor for our Young Leaders Group -all great opportunities to connect with your peers and give back to Louisiana. Members can also get involved by … Read More

  • Young Leaders Group

    ULI encourages new professionals to become involved early in their career so they can begin building key relationships with industry leaders. To make this an easy first step, ULI offers this special membership category for people under 35. Young Leaders Group (YLG) members enjoy invitations … Read More

  • Membership

    Connecting with People Establishing partnerships and creating networks. At ULI, you will find unparalleled networking opportunities and the right mix of professionals to share experiences with while building relationships with new clients and partners. The member network includes the most influential leaders and decision makers … Read More

  • Sponsorship

    As an Urban Land Institute (ULI) Sponsor, you join the ranks of leading companies around the globe, thought-leaders and industry innovators making a difference in creating better land use practices and thriving communities. As a ULI Louisiana Sponsor, you become an active community partner, a … Read More

ULI Louisiana News

Fastest Growing Neighborhoods in New Orleans…

Thank you to the Canal Street Beat for featuring materials from the ULI Hines Competition held in New Orleans in the spring of 2015. Here are the Fastest Growing neighborhoods in New Orleans! A map of mid-city from ULI’s Hines competition. On Monday (Aug. 15), the … Read More

Grocery-Anchored Retail: Still a Safe Bet?…

http://urbanland.uli.org/economy-markets-trends/grocery-anchored-retail-still-safe-bet/

How Underperforming Commercial Corridors…

Nearly every community in the country is home to an underperforming commercial corridor. Dismal, dirty, and disconnected, these places may yet represent the last great smart growth and infill opportunity. How can urban and suburban arterials be re­envisioned as healthy places, with more housing, better … Read More