As China’s real estate market experiences a slowdown, investors are retreating to Tier 1 cities, according to the Urban Land Institute’s Mainland China Cities Survey 2014. Investors remained confident of the prospects for the Tier 1 cities of Shanghai, Shenzen, Beijing, and Guangzhou.Read More
Though New York City recently surpassed its own high-water mark with more than 4 million private sector jobs, the unemployment rate is well above the national average at 7.9 percent.Read More
The Bloomberg Philanthropies’ “Mayors’ Challenge” has been transferred to Europe this year with a grand prize of €5 million ($6.7 million) for the winning city.Read More
Domestically produced energy, 3-D printing, and devices that communicate with each other all have potential to change the environment for real estate.Read More
ULI visiting senior fellow Gabe Klein shares his thoughts on why the quarter acre in the suburbs was a blip in a long-term trend favoring city life.
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Like a sweltering summer day in the Panhandle, the Texas real estate market is hot. Very hot.
Commercial real estate is “seriously under threat” from a new generation of tenants seeking fundamentally different property than their predecessors, according to property experts at ULI’s Real Estate Trends conference in London last week.
I am very pleased to report that ULI’s recent Spring Meeting in Vancouver was an extraordinary success.