• Welcome

    ULI Baltimore is a 501(c) 3 organization of diverse individual and corporate members who seek to provide leadership for fostering responsible land use in the Baltimore region. As a trusted convener for sharing knowledge and as an unbiased source for timely land use information, ULI … Read More

  • Initiatives

    ULI neither lobbies nor advocates for any one point of view. At the state and local level, ULI Baltimore addresses community building and land use issues through Community Outreach programs. Through these programs, ULI members collaborate with other stakeholders to implement solutions for better communities. Community Outreach enables local ULI leaders to identify challenges to better development, feature best practices from across the country and devise new solutions to improve land use patterns. Read More

ULI Baltimore Baltimore Bulletin


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lisa Harlow, Clapp Communications Phone: 410.561.8886 Email: lisa@clappcommunications.com THE URBAN LAND INSTITUTE DISTRICT COUNCIL OF BALTIMORE NAMES NEW SENIOR ASSOCIATE BALTIMORE, December 1, 2015  The Baltimore District Council of The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is pleased to announce Danielle Dunlap … Read More

Thanks for attending our Holiday Party

Thank you all for attending this year’s ULI Baltimore Holiday Party at City Garage. We hope you had a great time. Many thanks to the Sagamore Development team, Dominic Dunnigan, and Lisa Norris for all their efforts pulling everything together for our enjoyment. Unfortunately the … Read More

Annapolis, Maryland – Cultural Resource…

Dear ULI Baltimore Members: Earlier this year ULI Baltimore and the City of Annapolis received a ULI National grant to assist the City in developing their Cultural Resource Hazard Mitigation Plan. It is an honor to receive this grant, especially considering the national competition. Moreover, … Read More

Building Healthy Corridors

How can outdated retail and auto-dominated strips be transformed into corridors that are safe, healthy, vibrant, and mixed-use? Learn more at http://uli.org/healthycorridors.