• About Us

    The Urban Land Institute (ULI) — is a global organization comprised of individuals and entities who care about responsible land use, wise choices in growth and development and the positive economic future of the communities in which they live and work.  Our members represent many sectors … Read More

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    We welcome membership and participation from all types of organizations, private, public and nonprofit, who share our commitment to responsible land use to sustain the growth and quality of life in Tampa Bay. Get Involved… Join a committee! ULI Tampa Bay members are involved and … Read More

  • Membership

    Be a part of more than 250 Tampa Bay ULI members and support the highest standards in land use. At the heart of the ULI experience is an open exchange of ideas, networking opportunities, and the ability to work with the leaders of the land … Read More

  • Sponsorship

    Thank you to our 2013 Annual Sponsors ULI Tampa Bay is funded by a share of membership dues, program event revenue and local corporate support. Without the latter, the work of creating and sustaining a thriving community in Tampa Bay would not be possible. Please … Read More

ULI Tampa Bay News

Q1-2014 B. Erhardt Tampa Bay Area Land Market...

Check out the Q1-2014 Tampa Bay Area Land Market Overview  by Bruce Erhardt, Cushman & Wakefield of Florida Click to learn more about Bruce

2014 Trends Conference feat. in The Business...


2014 Trends Conference featured in The Business Observer. Check out more photos from this year’s Trends Conference on our Facebook page.  

‘ULI Gathers CRE Minds in Orlando’...


ULI Gathers CRE Minds in Orlando By Jennifer LeClaire | Orlando  | GlobeSt.com ORLANDO—Florida is once again in the crosshairs of developers from around the world. At the same time, widespread infrastructure upgrades are underway. Set against those realities, Florida’s top real estate gurus and policymakers will gather … Read More

Urban Land Special Feature: Florida, Georgia,...


Real estate markets are warming in the sunny Southeast. After several years of little activity, development has significantly increased over the past six months. “The Southeast, including Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas, is entering its next growth cycle,” says Pryse Elam, managing director at Orlando-based … Read More