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U.S. Office Occupancy at Seven-Year High

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.

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Four pedestrian bridges connect the Riverfront Park development to the rest of downtown. (Armando Martinez)Planning & Design

ULI Case Study: Riverfront Park of Denver, Colorado

A transformative residential development capitalized on old rail-yard land in the heart of the city.

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At Station Center in Union City, California, which includes 157 affordable rental units, the design team commissioned a mural by San Francisco artist Mona Caron for the five-story entry tower. (© bruce damonte)Market Trends

Product Council Outlook for Affordable Housing

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.

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Rising property values and taxes, along with changing demographics, have stimulated growth in PAD demand in both cities and suburbs. One of the first solar laneway house PADs in suburban Vancouver, British Columbia, was built by Lanefab Design/Build as an infill on an existing 50-foot-by-125-foot (15 by 38 m) residential lot. It is 1,050 square feet (98 sq m) with one bedroom and two bathrooms built for the owners of the existing main house. (Lanefab Design/Build)Planning & Design

Rethinking Private Accessory Dwellings

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.

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