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New York Hilton Midtown, New York, NY, United States April 9-11, 2024

About Spring Meeting

Where ULI members come together to shape the built environment

Spring Meeting April 9—11, 2024, at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York City

Valuable connections

Meet colleagues and potential partners during networking events, interactive sessions, roundtable discussions, and small group tours. Share the latest ideas and insights.

Engage in Q&A sessions and small group discussions on the forces shaping our industry. Find out what’s next for infrastructure, technology, housing, public/private partnerships, mixed-use development, and so much more.

Unparalleled speakers

World-renowned industry leaders will share their insights on topics ranging from capital markets and the impact of AI and technology in real estate.

Exclusive tours

Explore award-winning projects from New York City through exclusive, behind-the-scenes tours, and talk with the project partners who developed them.

2024 Resilience Summit

The Resilience Summit is ULI’s flagship climate adaptation event; convening industry leaders in real estate and resilience from around the world to address the challenges and harness the opportunities posed by climate risks. 

For more information about the 2024 Resilience Summit, click here.

Product Council Meetings

For more information regarding attending a Product Council meeting, for guests and members, click here.

Pricing

Private Sector

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $1275

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $1425

  • Digital Pass USD

    $325

Public Sector/Nonprofit/
Under 35 (proof of age required)

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $635

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $785

  • Digital Pass USD

    $325

Full-time Student

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $285

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $285

  • Digital Pass USD

    $324

Retired

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $635

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $785

  • Digital Pass USD

    $325

Spouse/Partner

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $545

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $695

  • Digital Pass USD

    $325

Private Sector

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $1625

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $1750

  • Digital Pass USD

    $325

Public Sector/Nonprofit/
Under 35 (proof of age required)

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $805

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $930

  • Digital Pass USD

    $325

Full-time Student

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $375

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $375

  • Digital Pass USD

    $325

Retired

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $635

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $785

  • Digital Pass USD

    $324

Spouse/Partner

  • Through 2/7/24 In-Person USD

    $545

  • 2/8/24 Onward In-Person USD

    $695

  • Digital Pass USD

    $325

All Non-Members

  • USD

    $1990

  • Digital Pass USD

    $325

*Pricing listed for the “Join + Attend” registration bundle is calculated with U.S. Associate Membership dues and is discounted for first-time members only. You must register for the Spring Meeting within 5 days of joining ULI to receive this discounted rate. ULI offers two membership types—Associate Membership and Full Membership. To learn more about ULI’s member types, dues, and benefits worldwide, please visit uli.org/join.

Hotel Information

Housing overview

The ULI Spring Meeting hotel room block is available on a first-come, first-serve basis to registered attendees and offers hotels at varying price points. All official ULI hotels are proximate to the New York Hilton Midtown hotel, the site of ULI Spring Meeting sessions and events.

How to book in the ULI block

Once registered, attendees will be sent directly to the hotel booking site to book a room. For attendees not ready to book right away, a link to book a hotel room is included in the Spring Meeting registration confirmation email. The last day to book a room in the ULI room block is Friday, March 22 at 12pm EST.

Why book a hotel room through ULI?

Both ULI and meeting attendees benefit in numerous ways when the ULI room block is utilized:

If you find a lower rate than what ULI offers at a hotel within the block, please contact ULI’s housing provider at [email protected] or (864) 208-2582.

Transportation

Official housing provider

ULI’s official housing partner is Maritz. All ULI hotel reservations must be directly made through the housing site or via the link in your Spring Meeting registration confirmation email, both of which are managed by Maritz. Please be aware of scams where someone calls or faxes you pretending to be an “official ULI lodging coordinator.” ULI does not solicit special-offer lodging reservations via telephone or fax. We suggest that you do not provide credit card information to anyone other than our official housing partner.

If you have questions about any unauthorized solicitation, please contact the ULI Housing Center at [email protected] or (864) 208-2582.

Contact information

Contact the ULI Housing Center with housing questions or concerns via email at [email protected] or (864) 208-2582.

Policies

Cancellation of a meeting registration does not constitute cancellation of a hotel room. Please be sure to handle both separately.

Verbal requests for refunds will not be accepted; all requests for refunds must be made in writing to [email protected]

Written cancellation and refund requests received by ULI on or before March 29: A full refund minus a $200 processing fee will be given.

Written cancellation and refund requests received by ULI after March 29: No refund will be given.

Registrations may be transferred to another individual; a $100 processing fee will be charged. The new registrant will be responsible for the processing fee as well as the difference in registration fees if applicable. Requests must be made in writing to [email protected]

Optional ticketed events will be refunded at 100 percent if cancelled in writing no later than three days prior to the event.

Registration fees cannot be applied to another ULI event. Refund requests received after the deadline will not be honored.

ULI will monitor public health guidelines per the CDC and City of New York. ULI may adjust policies and procedures based on public health guidance and will communicate any such actions to meeting participants accordingly.

ULI reserves the right to capture and broadcast digital media content in the form of professional photographs, live-streaming, audio, and video during the 2024 Spring Meeting. By registering for the meeting, you hereby grant permission to ULI and its representatives to photograph and/or record you during the in-person and virtual events at the 2024 Spring Meeting, and to distribute, broadcast, use, or otherwise globally disseminate, in perpetuity, such media without any further approval or payment.

To develop a better meeting experience at 2024 ULI Spring Meeting and future meetings, your badge will be equipped with a small rectangular object. This is eventBit® and will be read by receivers located throughout the venue. ULI is utilizing this technology to assist in the planning and improvement for the meetings of tomorrow by accurately measuring attendance, traffic patterns, and interests. To opt out of this technology, please visit any registration location while at the meeting.

The Urban Land Institute is honored to provide a safe environment for the professionals in the real estate industry to come together, connect, engage and learn. By registering to attend ULI events, attendees agree to conduct themselves with integrity, courtesy and respect for others; support a harassment-free event experience for everyone by maintaining the highest level of professionalism at all programs and events; support and will foster a welcoming, safe experience for all attendees and staff.

ULI is dedicated to a harassment-free experience for all meeting participants regardless of age, culture, disability, ethnicity, race, religion/spirituality, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital/partnership status, language preference, socioeconomic status, immigration status or any basis proscribed by law. ULI expects all meeting participants to treat other participants with respect and behave with the high degree of integrity expected of the real estate industry profession. ULI does not tolerate harassment of conference participants, speakers, volunteers, partners, vendors, sponsors, staff, or others in any form. ULI will review and respond to any reports of harassment. Participants violating these expectations may be asked to leave the event at the sole discretion of ULI.

If you see or experience harassment and you want to report the behavior, contact the ULI Meetings Department at 1-800-321-5011 or [email protected].

ULI makes every effort to ensure all content is accessible to person with disabilities. If you have an American Disabilities Act (ADA) need please indicate so during the registration process. We will contact you for additional information.

If you have a question regarding payment and transactions, please e-mail [email protected].

Please be aware, ULI does not sell its attendee list, nor do we publish personal contact information of our registrants online. Users must log in to view the “who’s attending” list. This list provides only the name and company of the attendee.