Last December, the Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities Challenge announced the first 32 cities selected in the program. The second round of the challenge has just opened.Read More
Sir Bob Parker was mayorof New Zealand’s second-largest city, Christchurch, when it was devastated by a series of violent earthquakes in 2011.Read More
The commercial real estate industry is failing to address the consequences of the extreme weather events that are a rising threat to property values, according to a ULI Europe report.Read More
San Franciscans assume that one day an earthquake will hit their city hard, thanks to the geologic fault line that runs below it. But one neighborhood leader has taken lessons from Hurricane Katrina, Los Angeles’ riots, and the Northridge earthquake to prepare.Read More
With the vote on San Francisco’s waterfront height limit resolved last week, it’s time for residents to move on to more pressing waterfront issues: namely, rising sea levels.
A resilience-themed ULI Advisory Services panels in Portland and South Portland focused on making the two cities’ waterfronts resilient in the face of climate change.
Inside the brokerage giant’s new WELL-certified commercial office space.
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.
Industry leaders with experience in North America, Europe, and Asia share the latest on building energy efficiency.
Medical professionals are now looking “upstream” to determine how to improve children’s health through housing, said speakers at the ULI Housing Opportunity conference.