ULI in Action

With more than 380 members, representing the entire spectrum of land use and real estate development disciplines, ULI Michigan provides the avenues for active dialogues between private industry, environmental organizations, and public agencies to help provide solutions to local and regional issues.

ULI Michigan coordinates its many activities through a strategic, integrated, mission-driven initiatives at the local, regional, and national levels.

ULI in Action

ULI Michigan focuses its program of work around four priority areas.

  • Capital Markets
  • Infrastructure
  • Sustainability
  • Community Building

ULI Michigan’s various initiatives provide ULI members, and prospective members, with leadership opportunities to inform and influence land use decision making with the goal of promoting sustainable developments and redevelopments in Michigan communities. These initiatives include:

Larson Center for Leadership

Currently in its inaugural year, the ULI Michigan Larson Center for Leadership is an annual curriculum-based program designed to develop the next generation of leaders by engaging them in the ever-changing fundamentals of leadership.

Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs)

TAPs provide objective and responsible advice to municipal and community-based non-profit organizations, organizations with limited staffing or financial resources, or those operating in an economically disadvantaged area. The panel assists these entities by offering objective advice on real estate, economic, planning, urban design and land use challenges.