ULI Hines Competition

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Since its inception in 2003, the ULI Hines Competition has challenged graduate students to form multidisciplinary teams to devise a comprehensive development proposal for a real, large-scale site. The competition gives students hands-on experience in the real-world process of working with colleagues from other disciplines to create a viable development project.

Thanks to Gerald D. Hines, who funded the competition in perpetuity through a $3 million endowment to the ULI Foundation, the Hines Competition has built the skills and experience of more than 6,000 students since 2003, and they are starting their careers more enlightened about how to work together to get the best outcomes.

About the Hines Competition

Learn more about ULI's urban design and development challenge for graduate students.

Members can volunteer for the Hines Competition jury via the
opportunity in Navigator.

For questions email hinescompetition@uli.org.