• Our Vision

    ULI Cincinnati is the region’s thought leader in promoting sustainable thriving communities. ULI Cincinnati pursues its vision by – Engaging people through active dialogue; Delivering unique experiences to a diverse membership; Capitalizing on ULI’s global resources; and Building strategic relationships with regional stakeholders and leaders. … Read More

  • RPC 2.0

    A Regional Product Council (RPC) provides a multi-disciplinary forum for information exchange and the sharing of best practices among mid- and senior-level members who work in a particular industry sector. Members will have the chance to interact with like-minded professionals in the ULI East Central … Read More

  • CincyTAPs

    Overview The Cincinnati Technical Assistance Program (CincyTAP) connects high-level land use and real estate executives to communities in the Greater Cincinnati area with difficult development and planning issues.  CincyTAP is a service offered by the Cincinnati District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to assist … Read More

  • Membership

    Members are the core of ULI and the strength of our organization. Since 1936, the organization has been defined by what our members contribute to their communities, each other, and the real estate industry. The shared wisdom and experience of our members is what makes … Read More

ULI Cincinnati News

What RE Developers Need to Know About the…

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has had a significant impact on businesses, and the real estate industry is no exception. As a developer, how do you navigate the changes and take advantage of opportunities? Join experts from Clark Schaefer Hackett for an informative morning … Read More

HCDC Seeks Economic Development Specialist…

The employee in this position administers various economic development programs and multiple projects.  He or she must be detail-oriented, with strong oral and written communication skills and computer skills.  Knowledge of tax incentive programs is essential, including enterprise zone and community reinvestment areas.  This position will … Read More

18 Hour City Series #3: Regional Readiness…

The third session of the 18 Hour City Series occurred on May 10 with the topic Regional Readiness. Johnna Reeder, President and CEO of REDI Cincinnati, led the discussion, and like the previous sessions, ULI Cincinnati used pigeonhole technology to create a fully interactive forum … Read More

18 Hour City Series #2: Transportation

The second session of the 18 Hour City Series occurred on March 8 with Greater Cincinnati’s Bold Transportation Vision as the topic. Pete Metz, Transportation Policy & Coalition Manager with the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, led the discussion, and like the first session, ULI Cincinnati … Read More