Though ULI North Florida is headquartered in Jacksonville, the region includes 38 counties stretching through Gainesville into the Panhandle.
The Capital Region is an active region for the ULI North Florida District Council with 100 members in the surrounding area. The Capital Region Leadership committee leads the Capital Region by coordinating local meetings, programs and initiatives.
Capital Region Chair
Capital Region Leadership Board Members
Reggie Bouthillier, Stearns Weaver Miller (past chair)
Will Butler, Real Estate InSync (past chair)
Autumn Calder, Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency | Programs Chair
Richard Darabi, Moore Bass Consulting | Membership Chair
Bonnie Davenport, BKJ, Inc. Architecture (past chair)
Sue Dick, Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce
Kevin Graham, FSU Real Estate Foundation
Donald Gray, Fitzgerald Collaborative
Charlie Johnson, Wood & Partners | UrbanPlan Vice Chair
Jennifer Kilinski, Hopping Green & Sams
Jason Lichtstein, Akerman LLP
Rick Moore, Moore Bass Consulting
Ed Murray, NAI Talcor
Ben Pingree, Blueprint
Brian Sealey, Sealey Team
Russell Snyder, City of Tallahassee
David Weiss, Ausley McMullen | UrbanPlan Vice Chair
Barry Wilcox, Leon County
Ben Wilkinson, TLG Real Estate
Trends in Real Estate
The Capital Region Leadership hosts the Trends in Real Estate each year. This luncheon event brings in a speaker from ULI or Pricewaterhouse Coopers to speak to trends in the industry.
Emerging Trends in Real Estate® is an annual series of trends and forecast publications that reflect the views of leading real estate executives in three global regions—Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific. Undertaken jointly with PWC and the Urban Land Institute, Emerging Trends in Real Estate®provides an outlook on real estate investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, property sectors, metropolitan areas, and other real estate issues.
The ULI Capital Region Leadership implements UrbanPlan, a project-based learning curriculum unit for high schools and universities. Bringing together disciplines such as economics, city government, real estate and urban planning, UrbanPlan engages students to consider the myriad of complex decisions that shape our built environment.
UrbanPlan is held at Leon High School and Maclay High School.