• The 2016 Annual Report

    Discover how our members are improving communities and advancing ULI’s mission around the world. Read More

  • Real Estate Trends 2017

    Highlights Real Estate Trends 2017 held in Boise, Idahoon November 14, 2016: ULI Idaho presented its annual real estate trends and forecast meeting, featuring insights from leading experts both nationally and locally. The event featured a keynote address by C. Andrew Warren, Director, Real Estate … 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.

  • Leadership

    Fiscal Year 2017 Management Committee Members  Chair: Kent Hanway, President, CSHQA Treasurer: Wes Jost, Director of Idaho Real Estate, Zion’s Bank Vice-chair for Programs: Kâren Sander, Associate, Downtown Specialist,  Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Vice-chair for Governance: George Iliff, Managing Owner, Colliers International-Boise Vice-chair for the Young Leaders: Matt … 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

Boise by the Numbers

Every Monday, ULI posts industry experts opinions on current directions in commercial real estate, as reflected in a metric. This week 17 October 2016, Derick O’Neill weighs in on downtown development and redevelopment: http://uli.org/research/centers-initiatives/center-for-capital-markets/number-of-the-week-4/   

Why Save Farmland?

The Treasure Valley Food Coalition is pleased to announce an educational series:  Why Save Farmland? They are launching this initiative with a series of questions: Why is the time right for preserving farmland in the Treasure Valley? What is (economic, cultural, environmental) value of farmland preservation … Read More

Active Transportation and Real Estate: The…

ULI’s  Building Healthy Places Initiative has published a new report: Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier.   The report provides case studies which demonstrate  the dividends to development incorporating active transportation features such as bike storage, workrooms, on-site rentals, and investment in connections to trails, and bike lanes. Good … Read More