• New Housing Report

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

  • Impact Awards 2017

    What a Night! More than 400 leaders in land use attended ULI Colorado’s third Impact Awards program on Thursday, April 6 at Mile High Stadium. INNOVATION: An anchor on Brighton Boulevard, the mixed-use co-working space INDUSTRY won.  Other finalists: Emily Griffith Downtown Campus, Denver Public Schools … Read More

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    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

New Vice Chair: Mike Zoellner, ZF Capital…

Mike Zoellner of ZF Capital has been named vice chair for the Colorado District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI Colorado). He will serve in that role with chair Tracy Huggins, executive director of the Denver Urban Renewal Authority, through June 2019, when he … Read More

Urban Land Institute selects 16 Etkin Johnson…

For immediate release: Sixteen Colorado undergraduate and graduate students have been awarded ULL Colorado’s Etkin Johnson Student Scholarship for the 2017-18 academic year. Now in its third program year, the scholarship allows Colorado students in architecture, finance, planning, public health and real estate development to … Read More

Making the Link: The Future of Mobility Discusses…

This post was contributed by Camron Bridgford, Masters in Urban and Regional Planning at UC Denver and member of the 2017-18 Etkin Johnson Student Scholar Cohort. Read more about Camron below or on our website. This complex status of Denver’s transportation, traffic congestion and mobility … Read More

Transforming Inner-Ring Suburbs with Walkable…

This article initially appeared in Urban Land By Kathleen McCormick Most of the United States remains a suburban nation, despite recent migration of jobs and population to the urban core. Yet the suburbs are also changing in cities such as Denver, where new transit lines … Read More