A new report from CBRE says that major metropolitan area in the Midwest from Cleveland to Milwaukee are experiencing a surge in urban revitalization, primarily driven by a mixing of uses and creation of green space.Read More
For historic redevelopment to succeed, developers need to rethink their basic approach to projects, three leading experts said during a panel session at the ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco.Read More
From rooftop gardens, to edible landscaping, to farm-focused developments, to urban food markets, to breweries in once-derelict industrial spaces, attendees at the ULI Fall Meeting heard experts talk about how food is transforming marginal real estate and underused spaces in new and dramatic ways.Read More
The technology sector is not only reshaping economies and work environments. It is also reshaping the physical environments of cities large and small.Read More
Across San Francisco Bay, Oakland is undergoing a building surge as rising rents in San Francisco drive workers and small businesses to seek affordability.
How public and private interests combined forces to overhaul the transit hub, now home to San Francisco’s tallest building, Salesforce Tower.
Development plans would turn an area next to a new professional football stadium into an urban-style focal point for the Silicon Valley suburb.
Young professionals in real estate often hear expressions—some slang, others simply arcane—that neither the finest education nor the thickest dictionary is likely to illuminate. ULI Foundation Governor John McNellis translates some of the most common terms.
An edgy neighborhood is now home to tech giant Twitter.
The following ten projects, all completed during the past five years, reconstruct historic buildings to serve completely different purposes.