ULI membership gives you the chance to meet a a diverse group colleagues to:
– discuss the essential issues shaping and impacting the built and natural spaces, and;
– who share your desire to learn about ‘best practices in the use of land’ from a multidisciplinary perspective.
Read here some of the experiences of our local ULI members!
Visit ULI’s Membership page to learn more about the many benefits of ULI membership, including:
– Access to our 40,000 member database,
– Access to exclusive, members-only programming,
– Eligibility to participate in national and local Programs,
– Access to members-only ULI Case Studies, and ULI research and resources such as the semi-annual Real Estate Consensus, and;
– Complimentary subscription to Urban Land Magazine.
Please view the videos to the right to hear what other ULI members value about being part of the Urban Land Institute.
As a ULI Nashville member located in the middle TN/greater Nashville area, you’re invited to monthly ULI District Council events hosted in the area. If you’d like to become even more involved, we offer an array of leadership opportunities via our local Action Councils and Committees.
Connect. Learn. Become a member of ULI
Bringing the industry together at ULI. It’s all about the people—people with diverse experience building better communities and successful careers through participation in ULI. Unique among professional organizations, ULI brings together people in every profession and sector in real estate development and land use, from all over the world, and in every career stage, from rising star to world-renowned luminary. Through ULI, they network, share knowledge, further their careers, and give back to their profession and communities around the world. ULI is a prestigious nonprofit, nonpartisan research and education organization offering unparalleled conferences, events, and publications—discounted for ULI members. If you are involved in real estate development and place making, enjoy the best your profession has to offer. WHY ULI?
Welcome to our NEWEST MEMBERS who have joined ULI in the past 4 months!
Beryl Alder, Moody Nolan
Kelly Babcock, Gresham, Smith and Partners
Steve Bartek, BRIX
Miles Biggs, State of Tennessee
Stephen Bland, Nashville MTA
Charles Blankenship, Lendlease
David Caldwell, Trevecca Nazarene University
Patrick Cammack, Williamson County Chamber of Commerce
Felix Castrodad, Nashville MTA
Crystal Clark, MiKen Development
Sam Deaton, Littlejohn
Liz Dishman, Vanderbilt University Medical Center Real Estate
Kayce Foote, Commercial Realty Services
Mark Frey, Lendlease Communities
Melissa Gaines, Carter Group, LLC.
Matthew Gaskin, The Bush School of Government and Public Service (Texas A&M)
Jonathan Gray, Gray Enterprizes
Gretchen Griffin, Lendlease
Paula Harris, Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, Inc.
Gary Hunt, The Hunt Group
Jim Inzeo, L&R
Michael Jenkinson, AMEC Foster Wheeler
Scott Kriebel, Highmark Holdings, LLC
David Latimer, New Frontier Tiny Homes
David Lawrence, Hines
David Luiken, Waller Lansden Dortch and Davis LLP
Anthony Lunceford, Colliers International
Christopher Mantle, Hodgson & Douglas, LLC
Daniel McDonell, Walk Bike Nasvhille
Lucas A. McIntosh, Belmont University
Debbie Miles, Woodbine Community Organization
Paul Myers, Chas. Hawkins Co., Inc.
Julie Navarrete, Nashville MTA
Stokes Palmer, Alex S. Palmer & Company
Thomas Pearson, March Properties
Jason Perry, Stanley D. Lindsey and Associate, Ltd.
Matt Rhule, CESO, Inc.
Brooks Rutledge, Layton Construction
John Sawicki, Miken Development
Dustin Scruggs, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Inc.
William Smith, Gullett Sanford Robinson & Martin
Sean Stallings, CPA, Elliott Davis Decosimo
Scott Stephens Family Trust Services, LLC
Mandy Terry, Windmill Title
Ansley Tolleson, TollesonMcCoy, LLC
Bryan Townley, CSU College of Urban Affairs
Wes Turner, Gullett Sanford Robinson & Martin
Mary Vavra, Barge, Waggoner, Sumner & Cannon, Inc.
Alexander Waddey, NAI Global
Sara Waggoner, T.W. Frierson Contractor Inc.
MC Winbush CM, Architects PLLC
Tony Woodham, Woodbine Community Organization