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From Eyesore to Eye Candy: Successful Makeovers for Aging Infrastructure

What can cities do with aging, obsolete infrastructure that becomes not only useless but also dangerous? At the annual Washington Real Estate Trends conference sponsored by ULI’s Washington, D.C., district council, panelists presented inspiring examples of several successful projects in the nation’s capital and beyond.

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Connectivity and Reliability Driving Growth in U.S. Intermodal Ports

Over the last decade, there has been a sea change in how freight is moved through ports and on land, which is beginning to have a profound impact on traditional ports and inland ports and the real estate that surrounds them.

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Funding the Next Wave of Key Transportation Projects

Increasingly, it is the ability—and willingness—of state and local governments to pay the ongoing cost of operation and maintaining new transportation projects that dictates whether capital will be invested in the infrastructure itself, according to a panel of experts at the ULI Spring Meeting in Houston.

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When planning BG Group Place, Hines understood that even in car-centric Houston, potential tenants highly valued access to mass transit. A site adjacent to the city’s light-rail lines and near park-and-ride bus stops fit the bill for this 46-story office tower. Read the entire ULI case study at uli.org/ publications/case-studies. (Joe Aker)Development

Policy Perspective: Regulatory Shift May Help Development Located near Transit

Federal changes could promote TOD that functions better—and is easier to build.

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