About ULI Idaho

ULI Idaho is a district council of the Urban Land Institute serving the mission of ULI to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities throughout Idaho and western Montana.

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Press Release: ULI Idaho Announces Appointment of Danielle Hurd as District Council Chair

July 15, 2019

Hurd, Executive Director of American Institute of Architects for the Northwest and Pacific Region, will be the council’s first woman chair.

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Press Release: ULI Idaho Announces Appointment of Danielle Hurd as District Council Chair https://t.co/NdRRW4a4H5

An interesting look at how housing will be part of the national election conversation: https://t.co/BA0eAUS8d1 #housing #housingcrisis #housingaffordability

We're celebrating summer with happy hours! Enjoy networking July 17th with Young Leaders (35 and under) and NEXT (35 to 45), then a tour of the Bridge Townhomes in Garden City (members only) on August 6th. https://t.co/xpNDlGPHLz

This holiday week, you might be out enjoying parks and open space. Ever wondered how these places impact real estate? ULI's report "The Case for Open Space" is here for your weekend reading. 😋 https://t.co/heKzwJOXPu #openspace #ULIidaho #ULI #thecaseforopenspace

Margaret Carmel of Idaho Press writes about our Treasure Valley Survey and #Idaho attitudes about growth.
@idaho_policy @UrbanLandInst #BoiseState https://t.co/VMjD54GHqQ

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Recent ULI Idaho Events

  • Ed McMahon meets with Young Leaders for “Brewing Connections” to talk sustainable development and the future of cities.

    Photo By Alexandra Monjar

  • Destination Caldwell CEO Keri Smith-Sigman leads a tour of Indian Creek Plaza at “Open Space with Ed McMahon.”

    Photo By Abbey Stover

  • Ed McMahon meets with board members from ULI Idaho, Idaho Smart Growth, US Green Building Council Idaho, Preservation Idaho, and the Idaho Walk Bike Alliance before his presentation in Caldwell.

    Photo By Sarah Taylor

  • Zions Bank hosted WLI Urban Brain Bites January 18. Attendees watched and discussed Jeanne Gang’s Tedx Midwest talk about infrastructure over lunch.

    Photo By Alexandra Monjar

  • Young Leaders met with Mayor Bieter at their CEO Series on June 3 at Parsons Behle to learn about his career path and discuss what’s in store for Boise’s future.

    Photo By Abbey Stover

  • Turning Transportation Vision Into Reality speaker Dr. Reid Ewing and panel members David Turnbull, Stephen Hunt, Carl Miller, Angie Gribble, and Jerry Walters discuss opportunities for transportation in the Treasure Valley with moderator Richard Hall.

    Photo By Alexandra Monjar