Lisette van Doorn, a highly regarded real estate investment professional with experience across Europe, has been appointed chief executive of ULI’s European operations, effective in January 2015.
Competition for prime assets in Europe’s major real estate markets is leading investors to continue their move into secondary assets and recovering markets, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2015, a forecast published jointly by ULI and PwC.
Portfolio management is the art and science of making decisions about investment mix and policy; matching investments to objectives; allocating assets for individuals and institutions; and balancing risk against performance.
The SteelStacks Arts and Cultural Campus sits within Bethlehem Works, a 126-acre (51 ha) parcel established as a 20-year tax increment finance (TIF) district in 2000.
The residents—and their connections—are the hottest new features in residential communities.
A site in downtown New Orleans has been chosen as the site for the 13th annual Urban Land Institute Hines Competition. The ideas competition provides graduate-level student teams with the opportunity to devise a comprehensive design and development program for parts of the Tulane/Gravier and Iberville downtown neighborhoods. The team with the winning proposal will be selected in April.
Canada’s economy continues to deliver stable, modest growth, creating an ideal low-risk environment for real estate developers and investors.
In this talk for TEDxJacksonville, ULI senior fellow Ed McMahon sets forth an argument for the economic, psychological and social value of uniqueness.
Sixty London offers premium office space in a unique design, featuring roof terraces, impressive entrance lobbies, and retail and restaurant space. Delivered alongside the restoration of a viaduct, the project stimulated wider regeneration of this important district.
A group of experts has been convened by the Urban Land Institute to make recommendations to the city of Norfolk, Virginia, on improving the resilience of the Fort Norfolk neighborhood, which is strategically important in the city’s plans for economic vitality as well as climate change preparedness.