With pet-grooming stations, rooftop dog walks–and a premium on the rent–developers are catering more to their pet-loving clientele.Read More
A Los Angeles developer and architect use a new small-lot ordinance to build single-family houses at a garden-apartment type of density.
A new report from NYU’s Furman Center underscores the challenges of retrofitting New York City’s multifamily housing stock against the threat of rising sea levels.
Demographic trends all but dictate that this will be a growth industry. What will satisfy the tastes and needs of discerning seniors?
Employer-assisted rental housing helps attract faculty in a high-cost Washington, D.C., suburb.
Public and private capital can be combined–and leveraged–to provide more workforce housing.
Developers in Colorado—which has a statewide vacancy rate of just 4.5 percent—are responding to increased demands from millennials and baby boomers for housing focused on healthy and intergenerational living, said Patrick Coyle, director of the state’s housing division, at the closing general session of the ULI Housing Opportunity 2014 conference in Denver.
Medical professionals are now looking “upstream” to determine how to improve children’s health through housing, said speakers at the ULI Housing Opportunity conference.
Developers who are primarily targeting the demographic “barbells” of baby boomers and millennials shared on-the-ground experience at a ULI Spring Meeting session moderated by ULI Senior Fellow Maureen McAvey.
Public policy can help efforts to reduce energy use when the building owner is not the utility’s customer.