Local Product Councils

The LPCs provide opportunities for leadership and volunteer involvement in the ULI local level, by promoting excellence in programming and fostering a culture of openness, and the sharing of issues critical to land use planning and real estate development.

Local Product Councils

ULI San Diego-Tijuana is excited to offer Local Product Councils (LPCs) to its membership! Modeled after National Product Councils, the mission of the Local Product Council program is to convene ULI members to promote learning, build District Council leadership, share knowledge and expertise, and encourage collaboration.
The LPCs provide opportunities for leadership and volunteer involvement at the ULI local level, by promoting excellence in programming and fostering a culture of openness, and the sharing of issues critical to land use planning and real estate development. The LPCs are small, intimate groups comprised of ULI San Diego-Tijuana Members who meet during the year. LPC meetings usually consist of guest speakers, sharing best practices, case studies, round table discussions, and off-site private tours.

ULI SAN DIEGO-TIJUANA LOCAL PRODUCT COUNCILS AVAILABLE

 1. REVITALIZATION & REUSE

2. SMALL SCALE INFILL DEVELOPMENT


 REVITALIZATION & REUSE COUNCIL
For more information please contact the Co-Chairs below:

Paul Marra

Keyser Marston Associaties, Inc.Revitalization & Reuse Co-ChairEmail Me(619)718-9500

Michael Lengyel

Civic San DiegoRevitalization & Reuse Co-ChairEmail Me(619)533-7158

SMALL SCALE INFILL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL
For more information please contact the Co-Chairs below:

Tony Pauker

SSID Co-ChairEmail Me(619) 247-3720

Jimmy Morrison

SSID Co-ChairEmail Me(619) 871-6085
LOCAL PRODUCT COUNCILS PROVIDE
  • Foster a confidential, trusting environment for educational and idea exchanges
  • Exploration of business and personal interests/issues
  • Business and personal networking
  • Professional and personal growth
COUNCIL COMPOSITION
  • Council Members will be drawn from the full range of disciplines involved in the product type. A maximum of twenty (20) Council members will be selected to participate with balanced representation from the following:
  • Development Firms, including Real Estate Investment Trusts or Corporations,
  • Financial Institutions involved in lending, investment, or institutional sales,
  • Professional Service Firms, including planning, architecture, real estate economics, public finance, land use law, and real estate brokerage,
  • Government/Academic Institutions, including State, County, City or other public sector or non-profit entities (e.g., academic), and
  • Construction Firms
Members of Product Councils will be recruited annually. The application period will be open extends from Mayo through the end of June. Applicants are required to fill out a brief online application to be reviewed by Council leadership and ULI staff. Applicants will be notified of their status by mid-June June. To confirm participation, council member will be required to pay the annual $100 dues by June 30.
Between application periods, the co-chairs will have the discretion to accept new council members. Ideally, new members will simply fill council seats that are vacated due to consecutive absences or members opting to leave the council of their own volition. In a situation where all co-chairs decide to expand the council, a combination of co-chair invitations and new applications will be used to fill available spaces.
Upon acceptance into a Local Product Council, members will be required to pay a $100 Council Affiliation Fee.