How the city of Aguascalientes turned a scrubby strip of oil pipeline byway into a park that cuts through 90 neighborhoods.
Solutions to increase the supply of affordable rental housing are explored in a new report from the ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing and Enterprise Community Partners Inc.
Gabe Klein, the former transportation chief for the cities of Chicago and Washington, D.C., who is known for making cities less car-centric and more people-friendly, has been named a senior visiting fellow for ULI.
The redevelopment of a former port area is allowing the inner city of Hamburg to expand toward the Elbe River.
The redevelopment of the historic Metropole building represents the first full-service hotel to open in downtown Cincinnati in 28 years.
In the award program’s 35th year, ULI has selected 12 developments as winners – with two award winners profiled in each issue of the magazine over the course of the next year.
Last week, we reviewed capital flows in the real estate capital markets in 2013; this week, we climb out on a limb and start sawing as we try to forecast what 2014 will look like.
According to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Europe, competition for prime assets in Europe’s major real estate markets is leading investors to turn to recovering markets.
One hundred twenty years after George Ferris’s invention first wowed crowds at the Chicago World’s Fair, the Ferris wheel has reappeared as part of several new projects.
Nashville, Tennessee’s historic Sulphur Dell neighborhood has been chosen as the site for this year’s Urban Land Institute Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition.