Update: More events in the region: ULI Asia-Pacific Events
Asia’s Resilient Real Estate Market Braces for Correction, Says ULI and PwC’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate® ReportWhile the success of Asia Pacific governments in containing the spread of COVID-19 has helped limit its impact on local real estate markets, concerns are growing that a correction may be in the cards next year, according to the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2021 report. Singapore, Tokyo, and Sydney continue to rank as the top three markets for investment and development prospects in the region. Read More
- 2021-01-31 20:20:31 A new industry-led initiative by Tishman Speyer China, mindful MATERIALS, and GIGA is pushing for accelerated action on improving the transparency of building materials data, starting with embodied carbon.
- 2021-01-19 13:50:10 A new publication from ULI and Singapore's Centre for Liveable Cities calls on cities worldwide to recognize their common challenges in building climate resilience. It sets out a strategy for mobilizing individuals—whether in business, government, or civic organizations, or as residents—to act as global citizens and take steps toward making their cities more climate resilient.
- 2021-01-11 11:48:27 ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: Real estate investors gathered for a panel at the ULI China Real Estate Investment Summit said they are optimistic about continued opportunities in China across a broadening group of sectors and product types, a position echoed by a second panel featuring Chinese developers. The summit was held in December with both virtual and in-person participants, as well as tours in Shanghai.
- 2021-01-05 12:07:36 ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: With recovery from the global pandemic well underway, China has areas of stability and opportunity it can capitalize on as it enters the new year, panelists said at the ULI China Real Estate Investment Summit in December. China is expected to be the only G20 economy to have seen economic growth in 2020.
- 2020-12-17 15:33:00 Though working from home has moved higher on the occupier agenda as the Asia Pacific region copes with the ongoing global pandemic, office space is adapting to the changing environment.
With International Travel Restricted, Campaigns to Boost Domestic Tourism Have Helped Hospitality Stay Afloat in Asia2020-11-24 16:06:21 ULI MEMBER-ONLY CONTENT: After the lockdown phase of late winter and early spring of 2020, global recovery in the hospitality sector has been showing signs of plateauing in recent months. But some segments of the market are faring better than others across Australia, China, and Japan, said a hospitality expert speaking at the ULI Asia Pacific Leadership Convivium, a ULI full member event held virtually in November.
Asia’s Resilient Real Estate Market Braces for Correction, Says ULI and PwC’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Report2020-11-24 13:41:50 While the success of Asia Pacific governments in containing the spread of COVID-19 has helped limit its impact on local real estate markets, concerns are growing that a correction may be in the cards next year, according to the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2021 report. Singapore, Tokyo, and Sydney continue to rank as the top three markets for investment and development prospects in the region.
Rise of Cloud Kitchens: Roughly Half of Delivered Food in Singapore Coming from Virtual Food Prep Hubs2020-11-23 10:33:25 ULI MEMBER-ONLY CONTENT: Well-prepared food of practically any cuisine you can imagine, delivered to you with the help of busy drones and robots. In the not-too-distant future, this could be an everyday reality for people in cities all over the world, said a speaker at the the ULI Asia Pacific Leadership Convivium.
- 2020-11-16 13:56:49 ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: At the 2020 ULI Asia Pacific Leadership Convivium, an international retail CEO shared her experience of engaging with customers, both offline and online, during the COVID-19 pandemic and how working with understanding landlords has helped create win/win outcomes.
- 2020-11-02 11:47:24 Ten multifamily residential developments capitalize on waterfront locations.