Transit officials are finding innovative ways to bring private capital and more efficiency to their transit projects but unpredictable public funding makes it difficult to capture private investment while deferred maintenance also can increase costs later, said experts speaking at the ULI Tri-State Infrastructure Summit, held in late October by ULI New York.Read More
How can the real estate industry balance profitability with environmental and social benefits? Members of ULI’s Responsible Property Investment Council discuss how investors can integrate profitability, sustainability, and social benefits into real estate investment decision making.Read More
A planner and an architect develop an international marketplace on a commercial strip in the middle-city area of Boise, Idaho.Read More
The focus of most panelists at ULI’s Latin America Conference, held in late October, was on the stronger markets, including Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Chile. There also was optimism about a turnaround in Brazil and Argentina’s most recent election.Read More
A compelling and unique book, Atlas of Cities goes beyond maps to provide insights into the dynamics of how cities shape contemporary social and economic activities.
Patricia R. “Trish” Healy, founding principal of Hyde Street Holdings in Raleigh, North Carolina, has been named Chairman of Americas for ULI. The ULI Americas Chairman is a new volunteer position that reflects the Institute’s efforts to more effectively serve and learn from members in very different markets as ULI continues to grow worldwide.
According to the latest Emerging Trends in Real Estate report, published by ULI and PwC, Vancouver and Toronto claimed the top rankings for investment potential in Canada, placing at number one and two, respectively.
ULI and the National League of Cities have announced that mayors from four cities—Birmingham, Alabama; Denver; Long Beach, California; and Rochester, New York—have been selected as the 2016 class of Daniel Rose Fellows by the Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use.
David Audretsch is an unabashed advocate of place-based economic entrepreneurship. A distinguished professor and director of the Development Studies Institute at Indiana University, Audretsch argues that the economic performance of places (especially cities and regions) matters as much as that of commercial firms and industries.
While some analysts had worried that as millennials grew older they would settle down and raise their families outside of D.C., there seems to be little evidence of that happening yet, according to a new survey, conducted by Qualtrix on behalf of ULI Washington. Many millennials plan to stay inside the Beltway and are not necessarily worried about schools and day care because they are putting off having children, the survey shows.