• 2017 Fall Meeting

    Be a part of the future of real estate at the ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles. Read More

  • Get Involved

    ULI Idaho is a member-led organization committed to providing high-quality programs and projects to land use professionals. Members can get involved by attending any of our local events or by becoming active with one of our local committees or task forces. Get Connected Sign up for … Read More

  • Leadership

    Fiscal Year 2018 Management Committee Members    Chair: Clay Carley, General Manager, Old Boise LLC Treasurer: Jeremy Malone, VP Oppenheimer Development Corporation Past Chair & Vice-chair for Governance: Kent Hanway, President CSHQA Chair for Mission Advancement: Bruce Wetten, Commercial Marketing Executive, TitleOne Corporation Chair, Developer’s Product … Read More

  • Healthy Community

    Moving People First Summit On April 13, 2016 ULI Idaho with other partners sponsored a Summit to engage members, professionals and the public on ways in which our street and highways can be designed to put people first. Over 150 attended with national and local … Read More

ULI Idaho Blog

Meridian is booming

  Treasure Valley city, Meridian is booming. The following article explores the impact on housing, transportation and schools. As quoted in the article, Meridian was the 13th fastest growing city in the US in 2016. Article was posted in The Idaho Statesman on August 17, 2017. Written … Read More

Multifamily housing: More choices lead to…

Written by Scot Oliver, executive director of Idaho Smart Growth, a statewide nonprofit organization based in Boise. Published in the Idaho Business Review June 5, 2017. A bumper sticker from the ‘70s reads, “Houses: everybody gets one before anybody gets two.” Many people are lucky … Read More

Downtown Matters

Travel teaches you many things, not the least of which is that downtowns matter. Downtowns are the heart and soul of our communities. They are also an indicator of larger social and economic trends. For many years, the decline of America’s downtowns was an indicator … Read More

Evolving U.S. Suburbs Continue to Shape Residential…

Suburban housing markets across the United States are evolving rapidly and overall remain well positioned to maintain their relevance for the foreseeable future as preferred places to live and work, even as many urban cores and downtown neighborhoods continue to attract new residents and businesses, … Read More