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The mission of the ULI Infrastructure Initiative is to promote more sustainable infrastructure investment choices, and to foster an improved understanding of the links between infrastructure and land use. Because infrastructure is the foundation for metropolitan prosperity, and because it provides the physical framework for real estate investment, ULI has identified infrastructure as a key priority.

Through publications, forums, and other activities, the Infrastructure Initiative utilizes ULI’s extensive public and private networks to exercise leadership on infrastructure.

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Quality of Infrastructure is a Top Deal Maker or Breaker for Real Estate Investment and Development Decisions, Says Infrastructure 2014 Report from ULI and EY


The quality of infrastructure systems – including transportation, utilities, and telecommunications – is a top factor influencing real…

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Infrastructure 2014: Shaping the Competitive City


Infrastructure 2014, the eighth in a series of annual reports from the Urban Land Institute and EY, is…

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Commercial Corridor and Neighborhood Revitalization - ULI resource list


This post contains a list of resources – ULI and external – pertaining to the strategies, tools, and…

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ULI’s Embrace of Complete Streets Reaches around the World

Photograph from Completing Our Streets, courtesy of Alec Hamilton/Walk San Diego.

From St. Petersburg, Florida to Moscow, Russia, ULI expert teams have drawn attention to the importance of creating…

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ULI Research Roundup: The Impact of Bicycle Infrastructure Investment on Retail Sales and Job Creation

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What are the economic benefits of bicycle infrastructure on retail sales and jobs? The links between bicycle infrastructure…

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Turning Suburban Corridors into Something Better in Carmel, Detroit, and Arlington

Pop-up community space on the Livernois Corridor in Detroit.

The topic of suburban corridors drew a large, standing-room only audience at a Wednesday session at ULI’s Fall…

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Who We Are


Rachel MacCleery
Senior Vice President, Policy

Sarah Jo Peterson
Senior Director, Policy
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