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About ULI North Texas

Our mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI North Texas carries forth that mission by serving the greater Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, in both public and private sectors, with pragmatic land use expertise and education.

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With 9 Local Product Councils, 6 committees, multiple affinity groups and volunteer outreach programs, there is something for everyone. Explore our opportunities to get the most out of your membership and make an impact in our region.

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Urban Land Institute North Texas

Last stop of the #AroundTheWorldTour of #ULIFall Meeting is the Embassy of Finland in the U.S. A beautiful campus (and sauna!), the happiest country on earth, and their own national emojis.

#ExpandingCulture #FallMeetingTour #RealEstate Urban Land Institute
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9 hours ago

Urban Land Institute North Texas

Third Stop on the #AroundTheWorldTour of #ULIFall Meeting- a “quick” ahhmazing lunch at French Embassy in the U.S.. I don’t know any of us wanted to leave.

#ExpandingCulture #FallMeetingTour #RealEstate Urban Land Institute
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Urban Land Institute North Texas

Second stop of the #AroundTheWorldTour at #ULIFall Meeting is the Mexican Cultural Institute DC - the murals alone make it worth the visit.

#ExpandingCulture #FallMeetingTour #RealEstate Urban Land Institute
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15 hours ago

Urban Land Institute North Texas

Starting off #ULIFall Meeting on the #AroundTheWorldTour at the lovely Korean Cultural Center in Washington, DC

#ExpandingCulture #FallMeetingTour #RealEstate Urban Land Institute
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Huge shout out to BGE, Inc. for reminding the #ULINT staff why we are so lucky to do what we do. When you have the BEST member volunteers in the world who believe in the mission as much as you do, fantastic things happen. (Like yummy warm cookies 🍪😉)

#ULINTStaffAppreciationDay #ULI #SnickerdoodlesAndColdbrew #MemberDriven #CRE #RealEstate
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ULI North Texas in Action

  • ULINT members headed out on Lime Bikes for a fun, fast-paced mobile tour, and heard from 3 developers along the Katy Trail in Dallas, TX.

    Photo By Amber Crawford

  • View of Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas, Texas, on Monday, October 23, 2016.

    Photo By Brandon Thibodeaux

  • A UrbanPlan booklet is seen as students at Skyline High School take part in the ULI Urban Planning program led by ULI North Texas volunteers in Dallas, TX, on Thursday, February 8, 2018.

    Photo By Brandon Thibodeaux

  • New Members listen to Executive Director, Pamela Stein, on ways to become involved with ULINT at quarterly New Member Welcome Coffee.

    Photo By Amber Crawford

  • Attendees of the ULI 2016 Fall Meeting mingle during a reception at Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas, Texas, on Wednesday, October 25, 2016

    Photo By Brandon Thibodeaux

  • ULI Fall Meeting in Dallas, TX at Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
    Concurrent Session – View from the Top

    Photo By Scott Chernis

  • YLG hosted DFW Developer & Tech Showcase at Park District, an annual summer event. July 2018

    Photo By Amber Crawford

  • A group of high school students from one of our local Boys & Girls Club participate in a walking tour with Building Industry Leaders

    Photo By Laura Oslick

  • Panelists Don Day, Bill Flaherty, Neal Sleeper, Kourtney Garrett, and keynote speaker Chris Leinberger with Moderator: Scott Polikov spoke about the importance of Walkability in our region at the 2018 Dallas Urban Summit on “Capturing the Value of Walkability” hosted by ULINT and other local CRE organizations in conjunction with EarthX 2018.

    Photo By Amber Crawford