New Developments

  • ULI Expands Presence in Asia with Formation of ULI Vietnam Committee

    May 16, 2022
    ULI announced it will be expanding its Asia Pacific footprint to include Vietnam. To align with its ambitions to grow its presence and membership and establish a locally-led council of industry experts, ULI has formed a ULI Vietnam committee.
  • ULI Europe Announces the 2022 New Real Estate Vanguard

    May 16, 2022
    ULI has announced the 2022 New Real Estate Vanguard, made up of ten outstanding contributors to the real estate sector from across the European region. Selected by the European Young Leaders Group of the ULI and Property EU, each will be featured in the second annual Real Estate Vanguard podcast series.

New Developments

  • ULI Expands Presence in Asia with Formation of ULI Vietnam Committee

    May 16, 2022
    ULI announced it will be expanding its Asia Pacific footprint to include Vietnam. To align with its ambitions to grow its presence and membership and establish a locally-led council of industry experts, ULI has formed a ULI Vietnam committee.
  • ULI Europe Announces the 2022 New Real Estate Vanguard

    May 16, 2022
    ULI has announced the 2022 New Real Estate Vanguard, made up of ten outstanding contributors to the real estate sector from across the European region. Selected by the European Young Leaders Group of the ULI and Property EU, each will be featured in the second annual Real Estate Vanguard podcast series.

Recent Articles

  • View from the Top: IQHQ Cofounder Shares Lessons on Building What You Want

    May 18, 2022

    Tracy Murphy, cofounder and president of San Diego-based IQHQ, the life-sciences-centric REIT, has a drive and a hunger for success that cannot be stopped as the audience at the “WLI Presents: A View from the Top” at this year’s ULI Spring Meeting learned. IQHQ was founded around two years ago and has already become one of the largest property owners in the sector which she describes as “a sweetheart of a space.”

  • Five ULI District Councils Work to Address Health Effects of Racial Disparities in Real Estate

    May 18, 2022

    A group of ULI District Councils has been working to examine local histories of racial discrimination in land use and transportation, to draw connections with current health equity disparities, and to chart a course towards a more equitable future for the real estate industry. The cohort of participating district councils includes ULI Houston, ULI St. Louis, ULI British Columbia, ULI Northwest, and ULI Toronto.

  • UL Interview: How One Fund Sees Opportunity in Smaller and Mid-Sized Industrial Properties

    May 17, 2022

    While much of the focus on U.S. industrial is on large, single-tenant facilities, with big names like Amazon taking whole facilities. But multi-tenant industrial may offer diversification and risk reduction while helping small manufacturing firms grow over time. BKM Capital Partners spoke with Urban Land

  • ULI Expands Presence in Asia with Formation of ULI Vietnam Committee

    May 16, 2022

    ULI announced it will be expanding its Asia Pacific footprint to include Vietnam. To align with its ambitions to grow its presence and membership and establish a locally-led council of industry experts, ULI has formed a ULI Vietnam committee.

  • Bringing the Passive House Standard to New York City’s Affordable Housing

    May 16, 2022

    The green building standard known as “passive house” is starting to see adoption in New York City, where multiple new projects are opening soon.

  • ULI Europe Announces the 2022 New Real Estate Vanguard

    May 16, 2022

    ULI has announced the 2022 New Real Estate Vanguard, made up of ten outstanding contributors to the real estate sector from across the European region. Selected by the European Young Leaders Group of the ULI and Property EU, each will be featured in the second annual Real Estate Vanguard podcast series.

  • Visualizing Future Emissions: New EPA Tool Helps Real Estate Reduce Carbon Risks

    May 12, 2022

    EPA has developed a new tool to help real estate companies estimate past, current, and future carbon emissions from their buildings and portfolios, which promises to facilitate easier tracking and reporting on progress towards net zero.

  • South Florida Welcomes Newcomers, But How Long Can Cycle Last?

    May 12, 2022

    At the 2022 ULI Miami Symposium in April, panelists gave their assessments of South Florida’s economy, with an emphasis on housing. The region faces a number of challenges, including traffic congestion, in addition to problems that affect the United States as a whole, such as inflation

  • ULI Publishes New Resource Highlighting the Environmental, Financial, and Community Benefits of Renewable Energy

    May 12, 2022

    There’s a strong business case for including renewable energy assets in real estate development plans, according to a new ULI report. Investments in renewable energy have the potential to unlock billions in new real estate value, helping owners reduce long-term energy costs and in many cases generate supplemental income from their existing assets. Renewable Energy Strategies for Real Estate is the latest report from ULI’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance.

  • ULI Names 21 Finalists for 2022 ULI Americas Awards for Excellence

    May 12, 2022

    ULI has announced 21 finalists for its 2022 ULI Americas Awards for Excellence, one of the most prestigious awards programs in the real estate industry. This year’s finalists include 19 developments in the United States and two in Canada.

  • UL Interview: Executive Search Firm CEO on the Shifting Mindset of Employees

    May 10, 2022

    Gemma Burgess, the incoming CEO of Ferguson Partners, a global executive search firm focused on the real assets industries, was in high demand as a speaker during ULI’s Spring Meeting in San Diego. Urban Land sat down with Burgess, who is also a member of ULI’s Office Development Product Council, to learn, among other insights, where real estate employees went after they resigned and why.

  • UL Interview: Leslie Himmel on New York City’s Recovery, Revitalization, and Rebuilding

    May 6, 2022

    Despite ominous national headlines about New York City office, the vacancy rate is at 9.7 precent in the first quarter of 2022, a full 140 basis points above pre-pandemic levels, according to Moody’s. And, on the ground, New York City office landlords like Leslie Himmel, founder and co-managing partner of Himmel + Meringoff Properties, are doubling down on the city.

  • ULI Asia Pacific Announces 24 Finalists for Awards for Excellence

    May 5, 2022

    Twenty-four exceptional real estate development projects have been shortlisted as finalists for the 2022 ULI Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence among the sixty-two projects submitted entries to the competition from across the region.

  • EPA Names ENERGY STAR® Partners of the Year

    May 5, 2022

    ULI has received the 2022 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year Award for the second consecutive year. Announced by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the award recognizes ENERGY STAR® partner businesses and organizations that demonstrate superior leadership, innovation, and commitment to environmental protection through energy efficiency.

  • Use of “Digital Twin” Modeling Could Transform Real Estate Industry

    May 4, 2022

    Real-time virtual models of objects, ranging from a building to an entire city, are an emerging concept that has the potential to transform the built environment and the real estate industry in numerous ways, according to the technology’s proponents.

  • Tech Markets to Watch and Why the Field Is Getting Competitive

    May 4, 2022

    Successful local industries fuel healthy office markets and, in recent years, technology has slipped into this fold more than any other industry. Higher occupancy and rent levels tend to concentrate in markets with skilled tech workers, so as tech thrives in a given market, the office sector follows suit.

  • Adapting an Art Deco Banking Center: The Rebirth of First National Center of Oklahoma City

    May 3, 2022

    For much of the 20th century, the banking hall at the First National Center in Oklahoma City served as a showpiece for the downtown financial district.

  • Grid-Efficient Buildings and High-Performance Districts Potentially Drive Carbon Positive Development

    May 3, 2022

    The U.S. electric power sector is changing in both challenging and exciting ways. In April, ULI Boston hosted a conversation that focused on new approaches to the challenges and opportunities that are to accompany the coming energy revolution.

  • Carbon-Neutral Design: What Is Possible and How Can It Be Executed?

    May 3, 2022

    Perkins&Will is helping to develop a 2.0 version of the EC3 tool that will be used at Western Washington University to assess the impacts of the new Kaiser Bosari Hall computer science and electrical engineering facility. This new facility is a breakthrough building for the campus, as it is the first net-zero building on a university campus in Washington state.

  • New in Knowledge Finder: The Global Parking Industry

    May 2, 2022

    The latest Reading List from Urban Land is now available in Knowledge Finder, covering the nearly $100 billion worldwide industry of parking.

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