The Urban Land Institute is an international, membership-based nonprofit research and education organization. Founded in 1936, the Institute now has almost 40,000 members worldwide representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines, working in private enterprise and public service. As the preeminent, multidisciplinary real estate forum, ULI facilitates the open exchange of ideas, information, and experience among local, national, and international industry leaders and policy makers dedicated to creating better places. The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
Across the Asia Pacific region, the Institute has almost 2,000 members. The regional office is headquartered in Hong Kong, and we have active national councils in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Philippines, Singapore and South Korea.
ULI Singapore Updates
[Event] Lunch & Learn with Niel Thassim, Managing Director of Brookfield Asset Management – 24 November 2017
[Event] Emerging Trends in Real Estate Asia Pacific 2018 Report Singapore Launch – 21 November 2017
[Event] The Future of Work is Transforming Real Estate Now – 11 October 2017
[Event] ULI-NUS Networking Drinks – 21 September 2017
[Event] Information Session with Tom Eitler, Senior Vice President, Advisory Services, Urban Land Institute – 18 September 2017
[Event] Big Data, Big Real Estate Decisions – 25 September 2017
[Event] Exclusive Guided Tour of Yayoi Kusama Exhibition – 28 August 2017
[Programme] WLI Singapore Mentorship Programme
[Press Release] Khoo Teng Chye appointed Chairman of ULI SIngapore
[Article] ULI Singapore supports International Women’s Day : Men + Women = Higher Returns!
[Article] Dr. Cheong Koon Hean Receives ULI J.C. Nichols Prize in Singapore
[Article] ULI Singapore Considers Personal Transport Devices and Other Mobility Alternatives to the Car
[Report] Creating Liveable Cities Through Car-Lite Urban Mobility
[Video] Creating Liveable Cities Through Car-Lite Urban Mobility