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Next year Toronto will be the stunning background for the defining ULI Spring Meeting, May 12-14. We hope to see you there!

About ULI Toronto

Our mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. We provide our members with independent forums for discussion and debate about city building issues and best practices. ULI Toronto carries forth that mission, while helping to shape a sustainable and thriving future for the Toronto Region. We are supported by over 2000 public and private sector members.

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Get Involved with ULI Toronto

As a volunteer-lead, not-for-profit organization, ULI Toronto relies on our dedicated team of volunteers to help us in all aspects of the organization. From planning events to increasing membership, our committees are responsible for our success.

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ICYMI: Check out the photos from our Emerging Trends in Real Estate Program with @PwC_RealEstate last week:

Excited to be working with @RyersonU @ruaplanner on #youthcitylab involving @UrbanLandInst members in educating youth on city building


.@hannahmusic closing out our evening on #MasseyHallForever presented by #WLIToronto and @masseyhall with a song from one of her favourite female artists, The Cranberries’ No Need to Argue 🙌

Our panel for the evening takes the stage to talk about #MasseyHallForever with our moderator Eileen Costello @AirdBerlis. Elise Guerra EGD Glass, Marianne McKenna @kpmbarch, @miramulholland Roaring Girl Records and Sharon Vattay @GBCA_Arch #WLI


ULI Toronto In Action

  • ULI Toronto’s executive committee at the 5th annual Meet the Chiefs dinner.

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  • WLI Presents: Growing Pains at the 2018 Symposium: Toronto Urbanism

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  • Three up-and-coming property technology (“PropTech”) companies pitch their businesses and technology solutions in front of a panel of real estate and technology industry leaders (a.k.a. Sharks) at ULI Toronto’s first-ever Shark Tank event.

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  • City of Toronto’s Chief Planner Gregg Lintern checks out the Class of 2019’s renderings at the Curtner Leadership Program Community Presentation in Mount Dennis.

  • Over 600 people in the real estate and land development industries gathered at Stackt Market, Toronto’s first-ever market made entirely of shipping containers, to celebrate the 9th Annual Sold Out ULI Toronto Summer Social.

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  • Over 300 people gathered at the beautiful new Globe and Mail Centre on the East side of Toronto for an early morning presentation on the New Deal Structure in Toronto.

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