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  • 06-26-15

    Making Downtowns What They Used to Be

    Eight rules for building vibrant places where people can live, work, and play.

  • 06-23-15

    Let Them Commute: The Bay Area’s Housing Crunch

    In an opinion piece for Urban Land, ULI Foundation Governor and developer John McNellis argues that the lack of affordable housing in places like California’s Palo Alto hinders one of America’s fastest growing job markets.

  • 06-22-15

    What Does Increased Construction Mean for Apartment REITs?

    Is increased construction good or bad for apartment real estate investment trusts (REITs)? This question took center stage last week with the release of May data on multifamily completions and permit activity by the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Plus, interest rate survey results from Trepp.

  • 06-22-15

    May/June Issue of Urban Land Is Available for Download

    The latest issue of Urban Land is now available for download via the app. If you have not downloaded it before, you can do so now at no charge. The cover package for this issue is titled “Crafting Authenticity: Designing retail spaces that consumers embrace.”

  • 06-22-15

    Importing More Energy-Efficient Techniques

    As tougher energy efficiency standards become the norm for new buildings, older buildings will be expected to keep up, said panelists at the ULI Asia Pacific Summit in Tokyo.

  • 06-22-15

    Patient Capital for New Communities

    Planned communities require long-term financial commitments and sophisticated oversight from capital sources.

  • 06-22-15

    Restoring Dublin’s Missing Link: The Grangegorman Urban Quarter Development

    A historic site, long walled off from the rest of the Irish capital, is being brought back to life for health and education uses.

  • 06-22-15

    Unique Narratives Required for Transformative Mixed-Use Developments

    For mixed-use development to be truly transformative, it needs a story, panelists said at the ULI Asia Pacific Summit, held June 3 in Tokyo.

  • 06-22-15

    In Print: Next Generation Infrastructure: Principles for Post-Industrial Public Works

    Rather than picturing a nation scrambling for elusive funds to patch up these old facilities, author Hillary Brown envisions a smarter, less expensive, and more resilient way to build the next generation of U.S. infrastructure. The former director of New York City’s Office of Sustainable Design, the author is now principal in the firm New Civic Works and a professor at the City College of New York

  • 06-22-15

    Video: Designing for Social Impact

    In a talk for TedXMidAtlantic, a local version of the nonprofit TED Talks, Liz Ogbu explains why she sees herself as an architect that designs for social impact, not buildings. Ogbu is an expert on sustainable design and spatial innovation in challenged urban environments and will be one of the keynote speakers at this year’s Housing Opportunity conference.