• Get Involved

    The District Council offers area land use professionals the opportunity to network with peers,dialogue on common issues and find resources for their practice. Members interact by attending or speaking at our many Events, joining a Committee, become a District Council Sponsor and/or serve on the … Read More

  • Newsletter Archive

    Through a regular e-mail blast of our newsletter, we keep our members up-to-date with not only what is happening with ULI Oklahoma, but also the bigger community.   Our most recent issues: February 2013 January 2013 November 2012 September 2012 August 2012

  • Leadership

    ULI Oklahoma is led by a volunteer Management Committee and Advisory Board that guides the organization, sets program priorities, and manages financial obligations and goals. They meet on a regular basis and represent a broad cross section of the real estate development Community. Read More

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ULI Oklahoma News

ULI Case Study: 680 Folsom Street

The newest ULI Case Study examines the renovation and seismic retrofit of an office space for tech tenants in San Francisco. Read More

Ed McMahon’s TEDx Talk- Where am I?


Watch ULI’s Senior Resident Fellow Ed McMahon give a TED Talk entitled “Where Am I? The Power of Uniqueness.” Read More

In 13 States, Land Banks Stabilizing Weakened…


From 1971 to 2008, only five states passed legislation enabling land banks; but in the last six years, another eight have done so. As vacancies and blight have plagued parts of the United States still recovering from recession and the mortgage foreclosure crisis, so too has land banking grown. There are now some 120 land banks and land-banking programs, with West Virginia joining the list in 2014. Read More

11 Strategies for Building Community with…


The design quality of affordable housing can have a substantial positive effect on both residents and the surrounding community. Good design uplifts residents, helping strengthen social connections, relieve stress, and enhance a sense of safety and belonging. It also can help repair blighted areas, raise adjacent property values, and attract market-rate development. Read More