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    The Urban Land Institute provides leadership in the responsible use of land, and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. As the “go to” land use organization for real estate issues in our region, the ULI San Diego-Tijuana District Council facilitates the open exchange of … Read More

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    When you join ULI, you receive access to its vast resources and publications, including a subscription to ULI’s monthly magazine Urban Land, which focuses on real estate development experience and the latest research in easy-to-read features and news briefs; the annual forecast or trends research report; … Read More

  • NEXT

    The NEXT Initiative Council (NEXT) will serve to engage members of the ULI San Diego-Tijuana District Council that fall into the age range between a Young Leader and an Executive (i.e., age 35-45). Guided by the Co-Chairs, the Next 10 will host meetings on a bi-monthly … Read More

  • YLG Spotlight

    Name: Rammy Cortez Company: Development Partner, Hub & Spoke Communities www.HubSpokeC.com and previous tenure Rammy Urban Infill www.MyInfill.com Why are you a ULI member? I dreamt of becoming a real estate developer in my early 20’s. That’s when the idea of creating something out of … Read More

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

ULI San Diego-Tijuana News

Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2017 – The…


Playing for Advantage, Guarding the Flank   “Big assets, big cities, big capital, and big competition. The U.S. is more in favor than the rest of the world right now.”   As promised, HERE is the presentation from the January Breakfast Emerging Trends Program. The game … Read More

Downtowns Matter


  By Edward T. McMahon Edward T. McMahon is the Chairman of the NMSC Board of Directors. He also holds the Charles Fraser Chair on Sustainable Development and is a Senior Resident Fellow at the Urban Land Institute in Washington, D.C., where he leads the organization’s … Read More

Housing in the Evolving U.S. Suburbs


By Trisha Riggs December 5, 2016 U.S. suburban housing markets are well positioned to remain preferred places to live and work over the coming decades, even as many urban cores and downtown neighborhoods continue to attract new residents and businesses, says a new report from the … Read More

Should San Diego students live on or off…

Move-in day at San Diego State University in August. (John Gibbins/San Diego Union-Tribune)

By: Phillip Molnar  Local universities continue to feel pressure to provide more student housing in a climate of rising rent and home prices, said school planners at an event Tuesday in downtown San Diego. But, there could be changes coming because of shifting preferences, opportunities for private builders and new demographics … Read More