• About Us

    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 more than 38,000 members. Getting involved in ULI North Texas offers members the opportunity to network with … Read More

  • Join ULI

    Connect. Learn. Give back. Become a member of ULI. Bringing the industry together.  It’s all about the people. People with diverse experience, building better communities and successful careers, through participation in ULI. Unique among professional organizations, ULI brings together people in every profession and sector … Read More

  • 2016 Fall Meeting

    Registration is now open. Register by June 30 to secure your place at the best rate. Read More

ULI North Texas Blog

New Life for Old Bones – Reinventing Suburban…

As the DFW suburbs age, they face challenges in attracting younger generations and updating their aging properties.  ULI addressed this subject at the latest Breakfast Forum titled “New Life for Old Bones – Reinventing Older Suburban Buildings” on June 8th at the Park Cities Club.  … Read More

See Photos from Membership Event at St. Rocco’s…

ULI North Texas welcomed 120 members and guests at a reception held on the rooftop of St Rocco’s in Trinity Groves on Wednesday, June 7.  The lively membership recruiting event featured a presentation by Bob Sambol, chief of operations for the venue.  Sambol provided a … Read More

ULI NT New Member discount is now ACTIVE!…

Here are four reasons why June is THE month to join ULI North Texas:  All new members will receive a $25 discount off the cost of membership if they join in June!  Just enter the code SPR25 when you sign up.  There is a one-click button you … Read More

June 9 Breakfast Forum: “New Life for…

You drive past them every day:   aging commercial strip centers with more vacancies than tenants and older industrial/warehouse/offices.  Both are often surrounded by a large parking area with broken pavement, a few older model cars and trucks, and lots of weeds. At the same time, … Read More