ULI initiates research that anticipates emerging land use trends and issues, proposing creative solutions based on that research.
ULI documents best practice and publishes books to impart cumulative knowledge to help the development community continuously improve its performance.
Urban Land Magazine
Urban Land focuses on the information needs of land use and development professionals worldwide, providing them with timely, objective, practical, and accessible articles on a wide variety of subjects related to their professional interests.
Recently Published Reports
Each year, ULI hosts several policy forums on such topics as smart growth, housing, transportation, and urban development. These forums are an opportunity for experts from the private, nonprofit, and public sectors to discuss important land use and real estate issues and to recommend steps for ULI, policy makers, and practitioners.
Infrastructure 2013: Global Priorities, Global Insights
This is the seventh in a series of global infrastructure reports produced by the Urban Land Institute and Ernst & Young. The report assesses the state of infrastructure globally, connecting strong infrastructure investment decisions to national and metropolitan prosperity.
10 Principles for Liveable High Density Cities
Innovative planning, design and development practices that emphasize a “people-first” focus can help ensure that rapid urbanization does not compromise liveability and sustainability, according to a new publication 10 Principles for Liveable High Density Cities: Lessons from Singapore by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Singapore’s Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC).
Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2013
Investor sentiment across many markets in Asia has grown increasingly uncertain towards the end of 2012, with caution over fading global economic prospects tempered by ongoing strength in asset pricing and persistently compressed yields. The lack of conviction has been underlined by the divergent approaches of foreign and local investors to property pricing, with Asian buyers often willing to pay up for properties at rates foreigners find prohibitive.