Four innovative and creative master-planned communities (MPCs) with outstanding neighborhood designs and cutting-edge residential product types are featured in two tours.
Explore the life and career of noted landscape architect Lawrence Halprin.
The Port of Los Angeles complex is the second-largest goods gateway in the world, accommodating more than 7 million containers per year representing $300 billion in goods movement. Its size is dwarfed only by its…
Join Hal Bastian, known by many as "Mr. Downtown" and "the Mayor of Downtown," for a whirlwind, comprehensive hop-on, hop-off bus tour of downtown Los Angeles, or DTLA, as many now refer to it.
This tour will provide an exclusive, behind-the scenes-tour of the new campus for video gaming company Riot Games and the newly completed Culver City Creative, or C3, office building.
This tour will feature a visit to some of these transit-oriented development (TOD) projects, including the Ivy Station (mixed-use project under construction), the Platform (creative office space over retail/restaurants), the historic Helms Bakery District (retail furniture stores, restaurants, creative office space, and an automated parking structure), the mixed-use Martin Cadillac site, and Bergamot Station (art galleries).
What began with Howard Hughes as a birthplace for innovation has now been transformed into a hub for tech and creative Innovation, with YouTube, Yahoo, 72 and Sunny, Facebook, IMAX, Google, ICANN, and USC Creative Technology calling it home.
This tour will visit USC Village, a $700 million investment and the university’s biggest expansion project ever.
Get an upfront view of the existing retail and mixed-use projects that have shaped the image of the new DTLA.
Come join us for a discussion and exclusive tour of ROW DTLA, a 30-plus-acre campus of historic buildings revitalized as a new urban destination.
Join us for a special tour of the Arts District DTLA, a revitalized area composed of some of the best new dining, shopping, and art‐viewing in the city.
Join this tour to see how three Los Angeles adaptive use projects demonstrate the potential for worn-out buildings to become thriving creative industrial hubs with concentrated tenant bases.
Join this tour to see how Asian investors are infusing billions of dollars in capital into downtown L.A. projects, raising the skyline with new high-rise residential towers that will provide thousands of new residential units and hotel rooms, as well as a variety of shopping and dining destinations.
Whether it is a 51-mile contiguous bike path from the northern hills to Long Beach, restored wetlands with wildlife in the heart of a dense city, or plans from the imagination of architect Frank Gehry, this tour will offer a full discussion and tour of all that is happening at the Los Angeles River.
Join us for an in-depth, two-part tour as we explore the infrastructure and history behind some of Hollywood’s most cinematically influential locations.
You are invited to join friends and colleagues for a celebratory gala marking the opening of the ULI 2017 Fall Meeting in Los Angeles. The dinner—to honor Roy Hilton March and his many contributions to…