• 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 Governance: Kent Hanway, President CSHQA Mission Advancement: Bruce Wetten, Commercial Marketing Executive, TitleOne Corporation Local Developer’s Product Council: Scott Schoenherr, Director of Development Rafanelli and … 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

ULI Expands Product Councils

By Brett Widness December 4, 2017 In response to growing interest in the Institute’s product councils, ULI is expanding the program, adding five brand-new councils and five new flights of existing councils in 2018. Council chairs are actively recruiting members for their individual councils. For … Read More

Real estate researcher: ‘We are in a long…

Re-posted with permission from Anne Wallace Allen – Idaho Business Review November 14, 2017 Remember how the millennials were all moving to the city, eschewing automobiles and prompting apartment growth? Well, that generation – born in the 1980s and early 1990s – is growing up, … Read More

Ride Sharing and Driverless Cars Are Game-Changers…

By Jeremy Harper, October 25, 2017 in Urban Land The coming wave of ride-hailing companies and driverless cars will push down levels of vehicle ownership, reduce parking demand, and transform the way that city planners, real estate owners, and consumers interact with urban space, a panel … Read More

Richard Florida Notes Unexpected Effects…

Article in Urban Land By Patrick J. Kiger October 24, 2017 Urban theorist Richard Florida vaulted into prominence in 2004 with his book The Rise of the Creative Class, which described how growing clusters of knowledge workers in urban areas were reshaping the economy and determining … Read More