Ron Heckmann is a corporate positioning and media strategist based in the San Francisco Bay Area,
Few places speak more eloquently in embodying the attributes of a ULI Heritage Award than its first honoree, in 1989, Rockefeller Center. ULI’s Heritage Award is given periodically to developments that have demonstrated industry excellence for at least 25 years.
ULI San Francisco panelists suggest that developers and investors harvest some portion of projects-in-progress to hedge against surprises while noting that some housing markets are beginning to stir.
At a panel sponsored by ULI San Francisco, industry insiders said that while some housing markets are beginning to stir, there are many reasons for homebuilders to move cautiously in the year ahead.
ULI’s Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C., presented high-level panels and research that are typical of ULI meetings. Read what a panel of industry veterans says federal policy must do in the area of housing.