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About ULI Toronto

Our mission is to shape the future of the built environment for transformative impact in 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 2500 public and private sector members.

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Why join ULI? Check out this video of our members speaking about the benefits including: exchanging stories and ideas, mentorship, and connecting and networking with a variety of people involved in #CityBuilding

Join us to find your community http://on.uli.org/scLI50H0U6X

WLI Toronto is excited to welcome members and guests back for an in-person social tonight at Lavelle!

Thank you to our Event Sponsors @armelcorp @fotennplan @McCarthy_ca and Wood Bull LLP! http://on.uli.org/E6PC50GQ1Oy

Apply now for Communications and Community Engagement Advisor at the Office of the Deputy Mayor on the ULI Toronto Job Board: https://toronto.uli.org/uli-jobs/advisor-communications-and-community-engagement-deputy-mayor-ana-bailao-councillor-ward-9-davenport/

Institutional investors are increasingly partnering with local developers to expand the supply of purpose-built rental housing in the GTA. Join us next week to learn how Cdn pension funds are including residential real estate in their investment portfolios https://toronto.uli.org/events/detail/83F6A222-B661-44DD-B784-3C32F3ED6701/

I'm excited to join an incredible panel of speakers tomorrow as @ULIToronto explores Ontario’s growth management strategy for North America’s fastest growing region. What policy changes can we expect given the growth that is expected?
Register here: http://on.uli.org/E2W950GMmAy

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