According to a new report from CBRE Research, annual tenant demand, as measured by net absorption, totaled 52.7 million square feet (4.9 million sq m) in 2014—the highest annual amount since 2007.Read More
A transformative residential development capitalized on old rail-yard land in the heart of the city.Read More
Experts on affordable housing and members of ULI’s Affordable/Workforce Housing Council discuss how to make affordable housing less costly to build and more supportive for residents.Read More
Owners of detached single-family houses are finding ways to add accessory dwellings to their homes. Planners have only recently started to address the trend, crafting regulatory changes that can help PADs enrich the intergenerational fabric of communities.Read More
Banking and finance regulations—and government gridlock—are other top concerns voiced by survey respondents.
Ten new multifamily developments blend units for residents at a variety of income levels in or near urban cores.
As he completes his tenth term as Charleston, South Carolina’s mayor—and his 40th year in office—Joseph P. Riley Jr. could speak only of all that he has left to do and how little time he has to do it.
As U.S. home prices have bounced back, activists, advocates, and community developers have struggled to make housing more affordable.
Global e-commerce titans, such as Google and Amazon and China’s Alibaba, are transforming customer expectations on product selection, convenience, and shopping experiences, which may lead to less demand for traditional retail real estate, Jim Tompkins, CEO of Tompkins International, told attendees at ULI’s Midwinter Meeting in Paris last week.
The design quality of affordable housing can have a substantial positive effect on both residents and the surrounding community.