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  • 12-11-17

    Retailers Focusing on Customer Experience with an Eye on E-commerce

    With e-commerce’s stake in U.S. retail at less than 10 percent, suggestions of a “retail apocalypse” of brick-and-mortar stores is greatly exaggerated, panelists said during a ULI North Texas event on the retail sector. Still, panelists at an event in Dallas said the industry has to find new ways to reinvent itself and connect with customers in order to thrive.

  • 12-11-17

    How Three D.C. Landlords Are Attracting Tech Tenants

    The Washington, D.C., region is shedding its reputation as a stodgy government town and emerging as a forward-thinking mecca for technology firms and young professionals. With eyes on attracting projects such as Amazon’s second headquarters, area landlords, brokers, architects, and economic development organizations are teaming up to ink leases with both high-profile and homegrown tech firms.

  • 12-11-17

    In Brief: Hong Kong Becomes World’s Priciest Office Location

    Hong Kong has surpassed London’s West End as the world’s most expensive office market, according to new research from Cushman & Wakefield. Using proprietary data, the report ranks occupancy costs per workstation as well as workplace densities for newly developed or refurbished office space globally. At a global level, the average annual cost per workstation rose by 1.5 percent over the past 12 months.

  • 12-11-17

    From Brownfields to a New Transit-Oriented Downtown

    Public/private partnerships build a mixed-use, urban-scaled community in Union City, California.

  • 12-04-17

    Fitting Smaller-Scale Developments, Diversity of Product into Japan’s Future

    While Japanese cities are often known for large-scale development projects, such as Roppongi Hills or Tokyo Midtown, architects and smaller developers are keen to build on a more human scale. At ULI Japan’s fall conference, which took place in Tokyo in November, two discussion panels considered how the Japanese market will develop over the next two decades.

  • 12-04-17

    In Memory of Architectural Historian Vincent Scully

    Internationally acclaimed architecture professor and architectural historian Vincent Scully, 2003 recipient of the ULI J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development, died November 30 at his home in Lynchburg, Virginia. He was 97.

  • 12-04-17

    Designing for Collaboration: BCG’s “Collision Coefficient”

    Four takeaways on the use of data science to measure professionals’ interactions in new office designs based on the new Boston Consulting Group workplace at New York City’s 10 Hudson Yards.

  • 12-04-17

    Finding the Right Mix for Ten New Product Councils

    In response to growing interest in the Institute’s product councils, ULI is expanding the program, adding five brand-new councils and five new flights of existing councils in 2018. Two of the new council chairs share what makes the council experience unique and what makes a good candidate to join a council.

  • 12-04-17

    ULI Product Council Outlook on Transit-Oriented Development

    How can the public and private sectors work together to encourage more development around public transportation networks?

  • 12-01-17

    Video: Agrihoods, Food Halls, and the Connection Between Food and Real Estate

    Agrihoods are single-family, multifamily, or mixed-use communities built with a working farm or a community garden as a focus. This video explores how agrihoods can foster a sense of community and increase access to healthy foods while supporting a developer’s bottom line by differentiating projects such as Rancho Mission Viejo in Orange County, California; Aria Denver in Denver; and the Cannery, in Davis, California.