• About ULI SC

    Our mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. As a nonpartisan organization, ULI has long been recognized as one of America’s most respected and widely quoted sources of objective information on urban planning, growth … Read More

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    We welcome membership and participation from all types of organizations, private, public and nonprofit, who share our commitment to responsible land use to sustain the growth and quality of life in South Carolina. Committees are formed at the beginning of each fiscal year (July 1). … Read More

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Introducing ULI’s 2014 Annual Report

2014 ULI Annual Report

The goal of ULI’s 2014 Annual Report is to capture and celebrate a broad range of ULI impacts and accomplishments from fiscal year 2014—July 1, 2013, to June 30, 2014—while spotlighting stories of members who deliver on ULI’s mission every day. This year, we are … Read More

ULI Resident Fellows: Global Experts with…

ULI Resident Fellows Bring Expertise to Local Challenges_040215

One afternoon Charleston County called ULI South Carolina. They had their eyes on an undeveloped parcel of land and wanted ULI’s counsel. But they wanted it soon. “I didn’t have enough time to plan a TAP,” Heather Foley, ULI South Carolina Executive Director said, “so … Read More

CBRE Executive Vice President Stephen P….


CBRE Greenville, SC’s executive vice president Steve Navarro and member of the Board of Directors for the Urban Land Institute attended the ULI Global Trustees and Key Leaders Midwinter Meeting 2015 in Paris France on February 5-7. The meeting was designed to be a global … Read More

Entrepreneurial Communities: Risks and Opportunities…


By Archana Pyati Although the rate of new business creation in the U.S is in fact declining, entrepreneurs and the social, economic and technological infrastructure they require continue to be a driver of real estate and urban planning decisions. This trend is especially evident in … Read More