• 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

Graduate Student Conference – Call for…

The Rutgers-Camden Department of Public Policy and the New Jersey Chapter of the Scholars Strategy Network have teamed up to host the State and Local Economic Development Policy: What Works for Distressed U.S. Cities? The conference seeks poster presentations from students in graduate programs in urban studies, public policy, planning, political science and related fields. DEADLINE FOR APPLYING- FEBRUARY 15th. Read More

Mayor looking for input on Newark Port

Mayor Ras J. Baraka and Deputy Mayor of Economic and Housing Development Baye Adofo-Wilson announced today the City is reaching out to private entities to identify ways to maximize the use of and revenue from the Newark Port. This morning, the City of Newark released a Request for Expressions of Interest and Information (RFEII) for Maximizing Economic Benefits from city-owned Port Newark. With an assessed value of approximately $700 million, the City of Newark believes this property has been underutilized and that there may be a possibility that a private owner will better leverage its use. Read More

NEW ULI Grant Opportunity!

Teams from all mid-sized cities (cities with populations between 50,000 and 400,000) across the United States or its territories’, are invited to apply for a new grant program through the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Up to 50 cities will be selected and receive a grant award of up to $60,000 toward participation in the initiative. To apply, teams from each participant city must include five cross-sector leaders representing, at a minimum, the public sector, community development/finance, and an academic or health-related anchor institution. The remaining team members should be drawn from sectors appropriate to the challenge the team seeks to address. Application deadline: January 29, 2016 Read More

My Experience at the U.N. Climate Change…

By Helen Gurfel- This post marks my first time at COP (Conference of Parties). COP21 is the 21st conference since the United Nations started hosting an annual convening of world leaders to coordinate a cooperative effort to tackle climate change. Many participants have expressed hope that a new universal agreement on climate change will be signed and enforced by all nations by 2020. Read More