• 2018 ULI Fall Meeting

    Experience unprecedented opportunities to make connections, learn, and build relationships with your peers during the 2018 ULI Fall Meeting October 8-11 in Boston. Join more than 6,000 real estate industry leaders for member-led programming, one-of-a-kind tours, and engaging networking events. Read More

  • 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

  • Sponsorship

    Thank you to our 2018 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

ULI Leader Talks Best Practices for TOD

At the recent TBARTA Regional Transit forum on Friday, July 20th, ULI leader Marilee Utter talked about best practices in transit oriented development. Marilee Utter is President and founder of Citiventure Associates, LLC, a real estate advisory firm focused on development strategy, and offering particular … Read More

Young Leader Dispatch: Toronto YLG Exchange…

By Jack Koehler, Eshenbaugh Land Company | YLG Co-Chair In May, I had the privilege of representing ULI Tampa Bay at the 2018 Young Leader’s Exchange in Toronto. It was a rare opportunity to network with commercial real estate professionals from across the U.S./Canada while learning … Read More

Recommendations on Residential Revitalization…

The City of New Port Richey engaged ULI Tampa Bay to provide technical assistance via it’s Advisory Services program on improving the image and quality of the City’s residential neighborhoods, particularly through City-wide recommendations on design, policies, programs, and partnerships that can transform areas that … Read More

Water Street Project featured in Urban Land…

Despite experiencing above-average growth and being larger and denser than its Southern peer cities—including cities like Charlotte, Austin, and Nashville—Tampa has lagged in developing its downtown. With roughly 58,000 people moving to the city of Tampa in 2016 alone, the region stands out as an … Read More