• TAPs

    ULI Northern New Jersey’s Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) provide a unique, market-based perspective to address a broad range of issues including strategies for revitalizing corridors or specific properties; analyzing the re-use potential of existing properties; identifying key economic and land use issues relating to public/private land use situations; long-range … Read More

  • Membership

    A ULI membership gives you the chance to meet peers who share your values and want to discuss the essential issues shaping the urban/suburban landscape. As a member located in the northern New Jersey, you’re invited to over 20 plus ULI District Council events hosted … Read More

  • About Us

    ULI’s Mission Statement The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide responsible leadership in the use of land in order to enhance the total environment. ULI’s mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving … Read More

  • Sponsorship

    If you are a leader in the local real estate community, you are invited to support the forums and community outreach programs of the ULI Northern New Jersey through sponsorship. Sponsors receive many valuable benefits including complimentary registrations to each event. We offer several types … Read More

ULI Northern New Jersey News

Recent Media coverage on Tri-state Infrastructure…

Read the media coverage from our recent Tri-State Infrastructure Meeting in NY Politico and NJ.com Read More

AIA League of NNJ presents Vishaan Chakrabarti…

On November 12th at thee AIA meetingm, , Vishaan Chakrabarti will present his research and argument that well – designed cities are the key to solving America’s great national challenges with a closing overview of their most recent innovative projects. Read More

OCT. 21: “Digital Disruption: The Sharing…

NAIOP is hosting a morning program on October 21 at the Rutgers Business School in Newark entitled, “Digital Disruption: The Sharing Economy & Workspace Revolution”

There are two segments to the program. The first portion will be a Keynote with Andrea Foertsch, Founder of Disruptive Space and Melrose Real Estate Strategies in Boston.

Andrea also authored a study for the NAIOP Research Foundation, “Workplace Innovation Today The Co Working Center. She is a graduate of Cornell university where she is a Visiting Lecturer for the Baker Program in Real Estate.

The second panel is chock full of experts on various aspects of workspace design, all of which are geared to a more urban or communal life style. Read More

Fall Meeting Resources

Find the links to videos and reports that debuted at the Fall Meeting. Take a look and keep the energy and conversation going! Read More