The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing engages in a multifaceted program of work that includes research, publications, convenings, awards, and technical assistance. Our mission is to facilitate creating and sustaining a full spectrum of housing opportunities—including affordable and workforce housing—in communities across the country.
Established in 2007 with a gift from longtime ULI member and former ULI chairman J. Ronald Terwilliger, the Center’s initial mission was to expand workforce housing opportunities for families earning 60 to 120 percent of the area median income. While the Center’s primary focus remains on housing affordability, with a particular emphasis on workforce housing policies and projects, our mission has expanded in 2011 to include a broader range of housing issues.
This expanded focus will help to integrate ULI’s many housing efforts into a coherent program of work that furthers the development of mixed-income, mixed-use communities and a full spectrum of housing affordable to all, a critical aspect of ULI’s core mission of the “responsible use of land.”
Housing Opportunity 2015 | July 13-15 | Minneapolis
At the Housing Opportunity 2015: Better Places, Better Lives conference, you will gain the tools, knowledge, and connections for developing exceptional affordable homes that support broader opportunities for low-income families.
Plan to join ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing, Enterprise Community Partners, and a diverse group of colleagues from July 13 to 15 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for a great educational program, outstanding networking, and new ideas to help your business, organization, and community. Visit the conference website.
Just Released: America in 2015
In 2013, ULI published a national survey of Americans’ preferences and priorities regarding their communities, housing, and transportation. America in 2013 found that Americans were mostly satisfied with the quality of life in their communities and uncovered a strong desire for compact and mixed-use communities.
America in 2015 expands upon the 2013 survey approach with new questions exploring priorities for and barriers around healthy communities and lifestyles. Read the America in 2015 report.