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  • 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

  • Membership

    Be a part of more than 300 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 use … Read More

  • Sponsorship

    Thank you to our 2016 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

Event Recap: Trends in Residential Amenities…


At the sold out October StimULI breakfast, attendees heard about the latest trends in residential amenities from Jay Curran of Crescent Communities, Jay Tallman of Ascentia Group and Tony Squitieri of Taylor Morrison. Curran said location is fundamental to a project’s success, including the amenities … Read More

We’re Growing! FY16 Annual Report

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We’re growing! ULI Tampa Bay closed fiscal year 2016 in June with 356 members, an increase of 30% over the last year. Check out our annual report here.

Meet the new Co-Chairs of ULI’s Young Leader…

David Jae and Amy Long are the new Co-Chairs of the ULI Tampa Bay Young Leader Group.   David is a Tampa native growing up in the Carrollwood area and graduating from Jesuit High School in 2005. He attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, graduating in … Read More

Event Recap: What’s Old is New Again

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At the StimULI breakfast on August 4th, attendees heard from experts on signature redevelopment and reuse projects in Tampa that are catalyzing positive change. Abbey Dohring of The Dohring Group, who moderated the program, spoke of the importance of these projects for breathing new life … Read More