• 2016 Housing Report

    ULI Colorado’s new White Paper, “Overcoming Barriers to Affordable Housing in Colorado,” is now available. Read More

  • Gentrification Report

    With Denver Metro housing costs soaring, concerns about displacement and its discontents have also surged. In March, ULI Colorado convened 100 Denver-area leaders to discuss viable solutions. ULI is proud to release Six Principles for Equitable Revitalization, by Denver writer David Sachs, summarizing ideas put … Read More

  • Development 360°

    Applications due June 25th!   About the program: Development 360 is a mentoring program for ULI Young Leaders (35 & under) that provides an in-depth case study of one of Denver’s most exciting real estate projects, facilitated by a prominent Denver developer. The program provides … Read More

  • Get Involved

    We offer numerous volunteer opportunities and welcome our members to coordinate or moderate a local program, volunteer for any of our community outreach initiatives, provide mentoring for a Young Leader, contribute to our blog or assist with a  Technical Advisory Panel – just to name a … Read More

  • ULI In Action

    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

ULI Colorado Blog

Making Multitenant Net Zero Work in Colorado…

  By Kathleen McCormick A 100,000-square-foot (9,300 sq m) project in an emerging transit district in Boulder, Colorado, is making the business case for net-zero-energy (NZE) multitenant leased office buildings, including lower operating costs, higher profits, reduced carbon emissions, better recruitment and retention for tenants, … Read More

Michael Leccese’s Letter from Detroit

More than 4,000 ULI members (including 156 from Colorado) poured into Motown to experience a city whose revival seems in full swing—but still with a daunting way to go. Much of the credit seems to go to the city’s tag-team billionaires, Dan Gilbert of Quicken … Read More

ULI Colorado Raises Design Bar at 3rd DAM…

On April 25, ULI Colorado held its third Design Forum since 2015 raising the question: has the design and construction of our buildings and public spaces gotten better or worse? As the public increasingly objects to the design and development work ULI members do, the … Read More

Farewell from Charles Allison-Godfrey

Dear Friends and Colleagues, I’m writing with the bittersweet news that my final day with ULI Colorado will be Tuesday, April 10.  I’ll be starting at Denver University’s Sturm College of Law at the beginning of August, and will take a few months to spend … Read More