Urban Land is the magazine of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), first published in 1941. We publish four print editions per year, plus online articles nearly every business day. With this online edition, our goal is to give you:
- Timely, succinct and useful information from ULI
- Specific stories and examples, told in more people’s voices
- Information from your peers and colleagues in real estate & land use
- Perspectives on today’s issues and topics that you don’t get anywhere else
We’d love to hear how we’re doing. Please send us your questions and suggestions at [email protected].
Who can read online articles?
To better serve our members, you can now share ALL articles published at Urban Land online magazine. Urban Land is dedicated to creating articles and other content that connect and inform our members so they can network and share innovative land use practices. By making the content-rich material of Urban Land available to a broader audience, we can raise awareness of our members’ contributions to the built environment.
How can you share online articles?
To promote dialogue among our members and other interested readers, you can share content of Urban Land by:
- Posting links on your website to specific articles and/or the homepage of Urban Land;
- Forwarding the weekly email update of published articles to anyone who might be interested;
- Emailing links to all your colleagues, including non-ULI members; and,
- Posting links to your social media accounts by clicking on “Share,” “Facebook,” “Linkedin,” and “Twitter” on the upper right of each article page and following the instructions.
Can I find Urban Land print articles online?
Yes, you can expect to find all Urban Land print magazine articles online shortly after our members receive their mailed copy of the print edition.
Who can comment, and who can read the comments?
To promote dialogue among our members and feedback about our articles, we’ve made it possible for logged-in readers to submit comments. Be aware that we will not delete comments unless they are spam, off-topic, or defamatory.
How can I manage the way Urban Land magazine is delivered to me?
We mail the printed edition of Urban Land magazine to full members in the Americas, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific. Associate members worldwide, and all members in Europe and Asia, may opt in to receive the printed edition through their member profile at my.uli.org. We also send a weekly email summary of recent Urban Land online articles to ULI members. Members can manage the delivery of both the print edition and the weekly emails via their member profile on my.uli.org.
Whose opinions are expressed in the content on Urban Land?
Opinions expressed in articles, columns and multimedia on Urban Land are those of the author(s) or person(s) quoted and are not necessarily those of Urban Land or of the Urban Land Institute.
Advertisements appearing on Urban Land do not constitute or imply endorsement by Urban Land or the Urban Land Institute.
How can I submit story ideas?
Currently, you can submit story ideas to [email protected]. Please review Urban Land‘s editorial calendar prior to submitting story ideas. ULI members are encouraged to use the Navigator to express interest in contributing.
Who publishes Urban Land magazine?
Editor in Chief
Sibley has more than 15 years in the commercial real estate industry as a journalist and editor. She served as editor in chief of Bisnow Media from 2010 to 2016, where she built and led one of the first all-digital virtual newsrooms. Before that, she was managing editor of National Real Estate Investor magazine, from 2005 through 2010. Sibley is also the author of several books, including Portrait of an American Businessman: One Generation from Cotton Field to Boardroom the memoir of Carl Ware, The Coca-Cola Company’s first Black group president and the architect of the company’s tide-changing disinvestment in apartheid South Africa.
Online Editor, Urban Land
Brett Widness is the editorial lead for Urban Land online. Before joining ULI in the fall of 2012, he was the content lead for AOL Real Estate. He also has worked with Verizon, AARP, and WashingtonPost.com. He has a master’s degree in online journalism from American University.