2017 Spring Meeting Media and Presentations

See photos, videos, and presentations from our 2017 Spring Meeting in Seattle.

ULI is its Members

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Connect with the World of Real Estate

Join more than 6,000 leaders from around the world and from every sector of real estate and land use to share best practices and get the latest information on trends affecting the industry.

Connect with the World of Real Estate

The Spring Meeting is an annual gathering that is held for ULI Full Members. ULI Associate members residing in the states of Washington and Oregon are also invited to attend. The Spring Meeting is an opportunity to meet and interact with your peers, hear from world-class speakers, and gain insights into the most pressing issues ahead.  There are plentiful networking opportunities, from casual chats in the hallway to formal receptions that will help you build relationships with other executive level members.

Schedule at a Glance   |    Event Leadership

May 2

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Pre-Meeting Day

Tour some of Seattle’s most exciting real estate projects.

May 3

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Half-Day Tours

Enjoy a morning tour of real estate developments in Seattle.

Real Deals and Trends in Real Estate

Cutting-edge sessions and networking.

May 4

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Council Day

Full-day meetings of ULI Product Councils.

The Seattle Story

Off-site sessions where you can get out and experience the host city.

Mini-Plenaries

Thought provoking sessions for all attendees.

Patrick Callahan
Host Committee Cochair
Founder and CEO
Gregory K. Johnson
Host Committee Cochair
President
Ada M. Healey
Sponsorship Committee Cochair
Vice President
William R. Pollard
Sponsorship Committee Cochair
Cofounder and Managing Principal
Alan C. Billingsley
Program Committee Chair
Billingsley Investments

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