After the recession, governments across the United States rethought TIF.
Experts discuss the influences of high-tech companies’ preference for “cool” spaces, younger workers’ desire for collaborative and flexible work environments, the shrinking of individual workspaces and increase in amenities, and the future of the office.
Once again, ULI will crowdsource a session for this year’s Fall Meeting in New York City. Using the ULI Meeting Idea Generator, participants can suggest topics and vote for their favorites. In 2013, a panel on the use of micro-units and the shared economy was named the winner.
In a new report by Smart Growth America, Dangerous by Design 2014 highlights the growing awareness of pedestrian safety issues.
According to the Switzerland-based Institute for Management Development (IMD), Singapore has joined the United States and Switzerland as one of the top three most competitive nations, followed by Hong Kong, Sweden, and Germany.
Coworking, in which entrepreneurs, startups, and even corporate small teams interact in an open office, is growing exponentially. In the process, it may transform land use.
Balancing the need for open spaces, collaboration, and privacy in the workplace of the future.
Developers in Colorado—which has a statewide vacancy rate of just 4.5 percent—are responding to increased demands from millennials and baby boomers for housing focused on healthy and intergenerational living, said Patrick Coyle, director of the state’s housing division, at the closing general session of the ULI Housing Opportunity 2014 conference in Denver.
Industry leaders with experience in North America, Europe, and Asia share the latest on building energy efficiency.
For the most part, transit-oriented developments, or TODs, remain individualized projects, planned in isolation from their surrounding communities.