• 2016 Housing Report

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

  • Impact Awards

    ULI Colorado’s Impact Awards are based on the ULI Awards for Excellence, the most highly respected international program of land use awards.  As with the ULI awards for excellence, ULI Colorado will recognize projects that realize ULI best practices while also providing successful business and economic … 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

  • 2019 ULI Spring Meeting

    Join more than 3,000 senior leaders from every community and sector of real estate April 16–18 in Nashville. Build valuable relationships, engage in peer-to-peer exchanges, and examine real deals. This unique event is exclusively for ULI Full Members. 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 Colorado Blog

Denver Wants all Residents to Live Within…

Congratulations to Denver Parks!  As part of the 10-Minute Walk Campaign, Denver was selected to receive $40,000 in grant funding from the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). The grant funding will be used to support Denver planning efforts that help increase access to high-quality … Read More

Is density bad for the environment? ULI Colorado…

Brooklyn Bridge Park, an 85-acre former industrial site in New York City, and Denver’s Northside Park, the site of a abandoned wastewater-treatment plant, offer two examples of reclaiming land to create green space for cities. By Michael Leccese Bruce Finley’s “Concrete Metropolis” series painted a … Read More

Twelve projects selected as finalists for…

By Michael Leccese Twelve projects, ranging from affordable housing and alley enhancement, to large-scale mixed-use, to parks and playing fields, have been named finalists in the fourth Impact Awards of Urban Land Institute (ULI) Colorado. The nominees and four winners will be honored at a … Read More

Greeley?! Really!

  by Michael Leccese Out on the Eastern Plains, Greeley (pop. 100,000) is the latest small Colorado city to adopt ULI best practices, particularly for downtown revitalization. On January 30, ULI Colorado hosted its first program in Greeley highlighting efforts to add more than 800 … Read More