• 2014 ULI Fall Meeting

    ULI takes over the Big Apple from October 21 to 23. Register now at fall.uli.org. Read More

  • Get Involved

    Choose your area of interest and get involved on a ULI Idaho committee. There are standing committees that support the on-going activities of the district council and there are task forces in support of a specific community initiative. It is easy to be involved.

  • Healthy Community

    In the Fall of 2011, the ULI Idaho District Council was granted an Urban Innovation Grant from the ULI Foundation to pursue the opportunities for a partnership with other organizations. The objective of the effort was to mobilize action in support of developing a healthy … Read More

  • Infrastructure

    Highlights of the September 10, 2014 Program: Infrastructure: Shaping the Competitive City                                                         Tom Murphy , ULI Senior Fellow, provided highlights … Read More

ULI Idaho Blog

Boise Open Space Reserve Plan

The City of Boise invites ULI members to participate in a survey about Boise’s open spaces reserves. This survey will help inform the City of Boise’s first-ever Open Space Reserve Management Plan. Follow this link to access the survey: Open Space Matters Survey. Or, copy and … Read More

Reducing Buildings’ Energy Consumption and…

The latest report published by the ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance demonstrates that some of the world’s leading real estate investors are making significant progress in reducing energy consumption, carbon emissions, and water usage in their existing buildings. The Greenprint Performance Report measures and … Read More

Resilient Housing and Extreme Weather

ULI Report Explores Resilient Housing and Extreme Weather A new report from the Urban Land Institute explores the connection between strengthening the resilience of housing and communities to severe weather and building for health and wellness.  Housing in America: Integrating Housing, Health, and Resilience in … Read More

Boise City seeks your comments

The City of Boise is undertaking a review of the C-5 -Central Business District regulations. Currently the regulations restrict ground floor residential uses, and this prohibition is seen as a barrier to the city’s goal of more downtown housing. Comments and questions should be directed to Cody Riddle … Read More