ULI Idaho is launching ‘NEXT’

NEXT engages mid-career members (generally 35-45 year olds), connecting them with each and with opportunities to lead and give back.

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. We provide our members with independent forums for discussion and debate about city building issues and best practices.

Header photo by Alden Skeie at www.ishotthisphoto.com.

Upcoming Events

Annual Sponsors

Platinum

Silver

Caprock Group
Hormaechea Development
Parsons Behle & Latimer
Local Construct
Urban Concepts

Bronze

Boise State University School of Public Service
University of Idaho
Zions

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please keep in touch .

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The widely anticipated annual industry forecast cites adaptability to change along with discipline as key factors in the industry’s ability to withstand an economic downturn and the possibility of softer #RealEstate demand in the years ahead. #ULIFall https://t.co/YU5tNXcV9t https://t.co/ynMSF2qPQt

Save the date - Andy Warren coming to Boise ID for our Emerging Trends event Nov 12. Coeur d’Alene Nov. 13! A fun new word in this years’ report - “Hipsturbia” #uliidaho #uli #ulifallmeeting

Kâren Sander of @ULIIdaho: “If we have a lack of leadership in funding transit, then we are going to just keep falling further and further behind...” @cityclubofboise

Heard at ULI Fall Meeting - “People are choosing where they want to live now, and then finding work. And they are choosing places like Boise, Idaho” #uli #fallmeeting #uliidaho

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Recent ULI Idaho Events

  • ULI Idaho members tour the Bridge Townhomes in Garden City, August 2019

    Photo By ULI Idaho

  • 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