This past July, a company called Kisi took the grand prize at a “Hacker Challenge” for real estate–based apps sponsored by RETechNYC, an advisory firm, and ULI New York.Read More
With pet-grooming stations, rooftop dog walks–and a premium on the rent–developers are catering more to their pet-loving clientele.Read More
A Los Angeles developer and architect use a new small-lot ordinance to build single-family houses at a garden-apartment type of density.Read More
Hybrid offerings like Topgolf International are combining elements of traditional driving ranges and miniature golf with corporate events, food service and other amenities.Read More
Reflecting on the past, present, and future of a revolutionary planned neotraditional community.
In many–and sometimes surprising–ways, 55-and-older consumers are seeking the same housing amenities and lifestyles as their youngers.
Employer-assisted rental housing helps attract faculty in a high-cost Washington, D.C., suburb.
Urban blight remains the single biggest challenge to large-scale revitalization efforts underway in the city of Detroit, said Dan Gilbert, founder and CEO of Rock Ventures and Quicken Loans, speaking at a ULI conference on public-private partnerships.
For months, the San Francisco development world has been “aTwitter” about the “technology effect” hitting the region’s real estate markets.
Multifamily housing experts discuss opportunities and challenges for developers and investors, signs of possible oversupply, the potential of properties outside the urban core, consumer preferences for unit types and amenities, and the appeal of renting.