UrbanPlan, a global educational initiative developed by the Urban Land Institute, is a realistic, engaging classroom-based programme, in which participants learn about the fundamental forces that affect urban regeneration.
Committee members only.
The Young Leaders Forum will explore the theme, Who's Around in 2035 - City Trends & What We Can Do About Them.
Juxtaposing modern and historic, Jing An Kerry Centre, a ULI Global Awards for Excellence winner and official venue for the ULI Asia Pacific Summit, represents a new mixed-use development in the dynamic Jing An district. Hosted by KPF.
ULI Asia Pacific Women's Leadership Initiative (WLI) invites you to kick off the 2019 ULI Asia Pacific Summit in Shanghai at the WLI reception. Supported by Brookfield and Nuveen, the reception will be an opportunity to…
By invitation only.
By invitation only.
Guided by Hei Ming Cheng, Vice Chair of ULI China Mainland, Founder and Chairman of KaiLong Group, delegates will enjoy the spectacular view of the Bund and Lujiazui skyline during the 5km run. Bus transportation will be provided.
Guided by an architect from Gensler, delegates will have the opportunity to see the Nature History Museum, traditional Shikumen and Swire’s mixed use development.
Registration and meeting point for summit attendees.
Committee Members only
Insights into how investment and operating structures in alternative residential categories have evolved in other global markets, and whether Asia is likely to follow suit.
Listen in as experts recount how they introduced game-changing innovations to reposition their commercial and retail portfolios.
With such a huge variety of workplace types to choose from, how can developers give tenants what they want and avoid short-term fads?
To get the most out of your ULI membership, we invite you learn more about ULI’s member-only tools which enable exclusive access to ULI's opportunities, knowledge, and member network…
Technology and real estate executives explore which key technologies will play the most important roles in transforming our industry in coming years.
Leading regional developers and academics analyse investment opportunities in key regional cities and discuss the most important drivers of past and future growth.
Shanghai’s ever-evolving landscape has been shaped by areas large and small that have undergone urban regeneration. We take a look at three such areas representing a cross-section of examples that best represent the city’s unique approach.
Hosted by JLL. An invitation-only discussion for senior investors addressing challenges facing capital markets and the real estate industry.
One Museum Place is a 60-story prime office building and 6-level retail pavilion which has become the beacon of the Museum Place district in the heart of Jing An, Shanghai. The recently opened office tower…
Applicants from 50 projects competed across a range of criteria including design, planning, construction, sustainability, replicability, and positive impact on their communities.
This presentation summarises the key takeaways from the panel conducted in Poblacion, Makati.
Leading Japanese and foreign real estate players will discuss why they are in Tokyo and what makes it great.
Project leaders share their experiences, what made their projects successful, and how they delivered civic, commercial and community outcomes.
What are the risks developers and landlords need to consider and how should they be addressed?
Council members only
Presented by: Simon Chua Co-Founder and Executive Director Lead8…
Tenants and landlords share their experience.
Impact of transformative placemaking on integrated developments in engaging communities, generating economic and social benefits and ultimately creating vibrant places where people can live, work and play.
Which markets are now the main focus? What are the opportunities and challenges across asset classes? And what is different today compared to previous cycles?
Sponsored by Hines
Summit registration, coffee and pastries
This session will focus on how delivering quality real estate that creates great places and enhances the quality of life is the secret to a sustainably profitable real estate business of the future.
Find out how the Corporate Programme allows partner firms to be more deeply engaged with ULI across Asia Pacific by allowing them to leverage our platform and providing greater strategic value to their businesses.
In this Oxford-style debate, industry speakers take opposing positions on how different real estate sectors are being disrupted.
How can the public and private sectors together move towards creating shared value?
Discussion: What's Next? Leading Chinese developers share their insights about the future of China's real estate industry.
The tour will take the participants to several types of residential properties.
The tour will include a Class A office tower for rent, renovated building with two co-working spaces and traditional office space, and headquarters building of one of China’s largest conglomerates.
The tour will take the participants to Tishman Speyer’s mixed use complex as well as the nearby community amenities.
The tour will include Hongqiao Train Station, Hongqiao Tiandi and a bus tour of the neighbouring projects.
The tour will take the participants to three urban neighborhoods that have gone through significant regeneration and have been recognised as models of urban regeneration that retain the authenticity of the neighborhoods.
With changing demographics and lifestyles, a growing number of the city’s buildings are being renovated, often for different uses. The tour will showcase three successful renovation projects.
The tour will take the participants to several shopping centers.