• 2017 Fall Meeting

    Be a part of the future of real estate at the ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles. Read More

  • Toronto Report 2016

    This Annual Report goes beyond providing detail of the fiscal year past and points to how we will leverage this momentum to deliver greater impact to our urban region in the year ahead. Read More

  • Membership

    Bringing the industry together.  It’s all about the people. People with diverse experience, building better communities and successful careers, through participation in ULI. Unique among professional organizations, ULI brings together people in every profession and sector in real estate development and land use, from all … Read More

ULI Toronto News

What does the Fair Housing Plan mean for…

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By Brad Stewart, Project Manager, AGC Glass Click Here to View Presentations          Toronto’s real estate community gathered at the offices of McMillan LLP on June 26, 2017 to review the latest statistics for residential real estate transactions and metrics and to hear … Read More

Passionate urbanists from across the industry…

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By Danny Tseng, Soldatova Tseng Inc. View Photos Here         There’s something special about connecting with like-minded individuals passionate about city building against the backdrop of one of the most stunning views of Toronto’s skyline. Now in its 7th year, the ULI … Read More

Touring Ontario’s Silicon Valley with local…

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By: Michael Nangle, Allied REIT, and Monika Rau, Dream           Starting off bright and early on May 5, 2017, a group of 30 curious ULI Toronto members ventured on a tour to Ontario’s Silicon Valley, the Kitchener-Waterloo (KW) Region. KW has … Read More

Tools to tackle housing affordability in…

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By Richard Joy, Executive Director, ULI Toronto No Toronto real-estate story has dominated 2017 more than the sudden spike of housing prices and its social consequences. While the dream of becoming a homeowner of anything larger than a shoe box has long escaped those with … Read More