• 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

  • 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

  • FAQ

    Have questions about an upcoming event, your membership status or sponsor benefits? We may be able to answer your question below. If not, please don’t hesitate to contact our staff. Read More

ULI Oklahoma News

Join the ULI Oklahoma Team!

Urban Land Institute (ULI) Oklahoma is growing! We’re currently hiring for the position of District Council Coordinator (Part Time). Read more about the position here – https://goo.gl/cUx5Nh. Please send all inquiries to ulioklahoma@gmail.com. Urban Land Institute (ULI) Oklahoma is a member-driven organization dedicated to advancing its mission … Read More

The Solution to Attainable Millennial Housing?…

        Situated 12 miles (19 km) from downtown Austin, Texas, developer Brookfield Residential’s Easton Park is one of the places where the real estate industry is figuring out how to provide housing that people of modest means can afford. The 1,500-acre (607 … Read More

ULI Oklahoma Member Spotlight: Thomas Rossiter…

ULI Oklahoma Member and Sponsorship Vice Chair, Thomas Rossiter, was recently spotlighted in NewsOK.  Thomas is a steadfast member of the ULI Oklahoma leadership team and was recently diagnosed with cancer. Please take a moment to read the NewsOK article highlighting Thomas’ community involvement.  To … Read More

ULI Oklahoma: Young Leaders Host Walking…

Braving the notorious Oklahoma spring winds, over 30 Young Leaders gathered this week to learn more about one of Oklahoma City’s first districts – Historic Automobile Alley.  Led by University of Oklahoma’s Institute for Quality Communities’ Ron Frantz, the tour highlighted the historic preservation efforts … Read More