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    District Councils support best practices in land use through Smart Growth programs, networking events and project tours. By offering nonpartisan, unbiased expertise to community leaders, District Councils positively influence such issues as compact development, transportation, urban design and workforce housing. With nearly 1,030 members, ULI … Read More

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    ULI Colorado’s Community Building Programs address community building and land use issues by working with ULI members at the District Council level to help influence policy and practice. The Institute does not lobby, but its community outreach program enables ULI leaders to identify challenges to … Read More

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2014 Sponsor Spotlight: IBI Group


IBI Group Denver has been an active member of the Urban Land Institute of Colorado since 2006. The positive outlook that ULI provides on land development and transportation has always been inspiring to IBI Group. We will continue to be a part of such a great … Read More

Last Call: Apply Today for Building Healthy…

Do you work with a particular community that struggles to meet the basic standards of a healthy place? Does this community lack access to fresh food and active lifestyles? Does it feel unsafe, unwalkable, lack basic amenities and access to transportation? ULI Colorado welcomes you … Read More

2014 Sponsor Spotlight: Conscience Bay

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With Ben Woolf as co-chair of the Boulder Urban Land Institute’s Executive Committee, Conscience Bay Company promotes the responsible use of land in Boulder and across Colorado. For Conscience Bay, this means supporting the well being of its community with vibrant properties that are energy … Read More

Building Healthy Places and the Bottom Line…


Building Healthy Places and the Bottom Line The vast majority of development in the U.S. has occurred since World War II, and that development will double again by 2050. “We can do it the right way or the wrong way,” noted ULI Research Fellow Ed … Read More