How public and private interests combined forces to overhaul the transit hub, now home to San Francisco’s tallest building, Salesforce Tower.
Development plans would turn an area next to a new professional football stadium into an urban-style focal point for the Silicon Valley suburb.
Last week, the U.S. Federal Open Market Committee opted to not raise its benchmark interest rate, which has been near zero since late 2008. The lack of an interest rate increase was positive news for real estate and real estate investment trusts, which gained 1.10 percent for the day. Plus, interest rate survey results from Trepp.
Young professionals in real estate often hear expression—some slang, others simply arcane—that neither the finest education nor the thickest dictionary is likely to illuminate. ULI Foundation Governor John McNellis translates some of the most common terms.
An edgy neighborhood is now home to tech giant Twitter.
Jared Green started to write Designed for the Future: 80 Practical Ideas for a Sustainable World as a much-needed effort to avoid fatalism about the future, especially the effects of climate change, biodiversity loss, and rising inequality.
Investment in U.S. multifamily reached $127 billion for the year ending June 30, 2015—the highest four-quarter total in history and representing growth of 36 percent over the 12-month period, according to the latest research from CBRE. The total surpasses the mid-2000s peak of $100 billion achieved in the year ending June 30, 2006.
Lamont Blackstone, chairman of the board of Project REAP, the nation’s leading diversity initiative focused on the commercial real estate industry, shares his thoughts on why the commercial real estate (CRE) industry lagged behind other economic sectors in embracing diversity.
Urban Land covers a lot of ground in this issue—and it happens to be some of the best-loved ground in the United States, the area surrounding San Francisco Bay.
The 2015 ULI Fall Meeting, set for October 5–8 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, is shaping up to be one of the most successful convenings in the organization’s history.