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    Welcome to ULI North Texas ULI North Texas is an organization of practicing land use professionals and community leaders. On a global scale, ULI offers a network of almost 40,000 members. Getting involved in ULI North Texas offers members the opportunity to network with more … Read More

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ULI North Texas Blog

TWO Young Leader Events You Don’t Want to…

1.    Fall Meeting Young Leaders Tour: “Exploring Where the West Begins” Monday, October 24, 2016 2:30 pm – 11:00 pm Register Now! Registration Information: YLG Members: $90 Student Members: $60 Bus ride, cattle drive show, dinner, drink tickets and concert are included.  Open to … Read More

Fall Meeting Is Right Around the Corner!

Connect with the world of real estate at the 2016 ULI Fall Meeting, to be held October 24-27 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. Join your peers for candid discussions with thought leaders on the most important topics and trends in … Read More

Urban Plan Update!

UrbanPlan North Texas is having a busy fall despite not being in the classroom. The group just completed a training of 15 new volunteers who will be in the classroom in the spring. Professions represented varied widely from engineers, to developers, to market researchers, to … Read More

Building Industry Leaders Kickoff for 2016-2017…

Kickoff Building Industry Leaders (BIL) started its third year with a fantastic Kickoff Session hosted at the Alta Design District.  Students enjoyed a pizza dinner while overlooking scenic Downtown Dallas off the building’s Skydeck. Next, students and volunteers went over this year’s curriculum, the Spring … Read More