• ULI 2014 Annual Report

    This year's report captures and celebrates a broad range of impacts and accomplishments, while spotlighting stories of members who deliver on ULI's mission every day. Read More

  • About Us

    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. Our local programs offer individuals, corporations and public officials the ability to get … Read More

  • Get Involved

    Want to get involved with ULI Kansas City? ULI Kansas City is a member-driven organization; our success relies upon volunteers who are willing to devote personal time, treasure and talent serving their profession and the industry. Volunteering provides an opportunity to meet other ULI members … Read More

ULI Kansas City News

KCMO Mayor James Speaks at ULI Midwinter…

World’s Cities Largely Unprepared for Effect of Climate Change London Mayor Boris Johnson believes voters are one of the biggest obstacles to improving the city’s resilience to the effects of climate change. Speaking at the ULI Midwinter Meeting in Paris, Johnson said London has to … Read More

ULI Kansas City welcomes new members Jan-Mar,…

We welcome the following new members who joined (or renewed) in Q1,2014: Name Company Drew Bietau The Weitz Company John Brenton University of Kansas (student) Eric Clemenson Equity Bank Dominique Davison Draw Architecture + Urban Design Keith Dorrian A.L. Huber Mark D. Eisemann Lewis Rice … Read More

Technology and Real Estate: Changing Cities…

This video is based on interviews with speakers at the ULI Spring Meeting in San Diego. As cities continue to grow up around these technology companies, new and innovative ways of local engagement are emerging. Technology startups, like Popularise and Fundrise (see video above), are … Read More

Real Estate Consensus Forecast


A new U.S.-focused real estate forecast from the ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate and Ernst & Young reflects renewed optimism for growth in real estate capital markets and commercial real estate fundamentals, and even stronger expectations for housing than those made just … Read More