According to ULI’s Emerging Trends: Americas, the real estate rebound will continue in the coming year, but investors will turn to secondary markets in search of higher yields.
Defining risk—understanding and defining the downside of any investment—is the key to succeeding as a real estate entrepreneur, Sam Zell, founder of Equity Group Investments and chairman of Equity International, told attendees at the ULI Fall Meeting in Chicago.
The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing has announced the five winners of this year’s housing awards.
The growth in the single-family rental market has been labeled by some as a soon-to-be passing fancy — a fad that will cease to exist once the housing market rights itself. But panelists at ULI’s Fall Meeting in Chicago say the niche business is here to stay.
Higher education is in many ways as vulnerable to disruption by new technologies as retail was a decade ago, said panelists at the ULI Fall Meeting.
The entire process of developing affordable rental housing could be streamlined to keep costs down, said panelists at the Urban Land Institute’s Fall Meeting in Chicago.
By 2050, 70 percent of the world’s population will live in just 200 cities. While some gateway cities will prosper, how will the others stay competitive?
Seventeen grants totaling $250,000 have been awarded to ULI district and national councils through ULI’s Urban Innovation Grant program.
Details of the new health care law affect decisions to structure an active operating business as an LLC and expose profits to a new Medicare surtax.
A hybrid of city code authorities and civic boosters, design centers promote downtown aesthetics and walkability, one project at a time.