New Developments

New Developments

  • Development

    Differentiating a Coworking Offering with a Female Focus

    Speaking at ULI Arizona’s Trends Day, held in January at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge in Phoenix, an entrepreneur described how there is still room for differentiation in the growing shared workspace industry.

  • Development

    Land of Opportunity

    Congress authorizes tax-free profits for investors in qualified opportunity funds.

  • Development

    Shared Office and Housing Options Continue to Grow in China

    A series of presentations at the ULI China Mainland Winter Meeting, held in Shanghai in December, demonstrated how the growth of the sharing economy, combined with the desire for social connectivity, is affecting the development and management of office, residential, and hotel properties.

  • Planning & Design

    Honoring U.S. Veterans with a Museum and Memorial in Columbus

    Over the last eight years, Columbus has leveraged the creation of some 40 acres (16 ha) of green and recreational space along the Scioto River to spark $400 million in new private development, including the National Veterans Memorial & Museum.

  • Market Trends

    Changing the Narrative on Affordable Housing in the Twin Cities

    Stakeholders who have worked to push for more affordable housing know firsthand that it can often be a contentious issue. But what if there were a way to avoid strategies that “backfire” and instead leverage more effective messaging to build public will and get people excited about providing high-quality housing for everyone? Advocates for more affordable housing described what methods are working for them, including the recent zoning changes in Minneapolis, at a recent ULI Minnesota event.

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