The ULI Urban Resilience Program will present the Building the Resilient City conference at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco on September 4 and 5.
Demographic trends all but dictate that this will be a growth industry. What will satisfy the tastes and needs of discerning seniors?
In many–and sometimes surprising–ways, 55-and-older consumers are seeking the same housing amenities and lifestyles as their youngers.
Last December, the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities Challenge announced the first 32 cities selected in the program. The second round of the challenge has just opened.
As China’s real estate market experiences a slowdown, investors are retreating to Tier 1 cities, according to the Urban Land Institute’s Mainland China Cities Survey 2014. Investors remained confident of the prospects for the Tier 1 cities of Shanghai, Shenzen, Beijing, and Guangzhou.
Detroit complete with new development, a focus on density and walkability, and a growing, diverse population.
Ten facilities flout the institutional stereotypes of architecture for seniors.
Investors from China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Malaysia, and Singapore are leading a transformational change in European property markets that will have as much impact as the high-tech revolution, a group of experts said at the ULI Real Estate Trends Conference in London.
The Trepp survey for the week ending July 11, 2014, showed spreads widening +/–2 basis points as the financial markets tried to process the twin geopolitical upheavals that grabbed everyone’s attention last week.
Though New York City recently surpassed its own high-water mark with more than 4 million private sector jobs, the unemployment rate is well above the national average at 7.9 percent.