A Gain in Spain: Mixed-use Development Finds a Home in Madrid
Strict one-use-per-parcel zoning rules have long limited the growth of mixed-use projects in Spain, but the builders of a new office, residential, and commercial project in Madrid hope their example will pave the way for other integrated projects.
Leading the Way on Net Zero Buildings
As part of the 2023 Net Zero Week, ULI Young Leaders share their excitement about a decarbonized future for the industry.
High Housing Costs and Shifting Attitudes Making Build-to-Rent More Viable in Asia Pacific
ULI Asia Pacific Young Leaders hosted a forum on housing attainability in May with a focus on Australia, China, and Singapore. The event started with a short presentation by Ken Rhee, Senior Director of ULI China and the primary author of the newly released 2023 ULI Asia Pacific Home Attainability Index.
One Environment: Infrastructure Strategies Bringing Nature Back to Cities
Nature and water are often “hidden” in certain parts of cities, within confined structures or swamp ecosystems. The March ULI InfraXchange featured Michael Van Valkenburg Associate-led project Waterloo Greenway Waller Creek in Austin, Henning Larsen’s project with Jurong Lakeside Garden in Singapore, and ULI Philadelphia’s North Broad Renaissance Initiative, a ULI Curtis Infrastructure TAP project.
Reflecting on Philanthropy, Education, and 30 Years in Real Estate with Xander Group Founder Sid Yog
Sid Yog, the founding partner of Xander Group, reflected on his career in discussion with ESR Hong Kong managing director Rui Hua Chang during a fireside chat at the ULI Asia Pacific Summit 2023 in Singapore.
Filling in the Street Grid: Considerations for Private Streets in Redevelopment
While private infrastructure can help to fill many gaps where municipal budgets are constrained and standards for safety and accessibility can be maintained, it can come with challenges as well. Where are private streets most feasible and effective, how does context matter, and what policies can ensure that they are done right?
More U.S. States Eyeing Flood Risk Disclosure Laws Amid Increasing Risk to Homeowners
Most homeowners do not have flood insurance, and what’s worse, many buyers are unaware when purchasing a home of its flood history. Armed with new research on the steep costs of not disclosing flood history and claims, advocates are pushing states to strengthen or introduce new flood risk disclosure laws.
How Airbnb Can Help Drive Value to Owners and Renters
Sponsored content: Airbnb has been working with multifamily owners for several years to unlock hosting for renters. As part of ongoing efforts to drive value for owners and make hosting more accessible to renters, Airbnb introduced the Airbnb-friendly marketplace in November 2022.
Major Citywide Revitalization Efforts to Deliver Fort Worth’s Economic Promise
Sponsored content: There is no question that Fort Worth’s distinctive neighborhoods are a bedrock of culture, innovation, and economy for the city. With revitalization at the forefront of the city’s economic strategy, municipal leaders are focused on aligning the community and creating sustainable growth for all residents.
Despite Turmoil, Investors Finding Rent Growth in the United Kingdom
Value added real estate investment will be engine of returns as the macro environment remains unpredictable and debt providers exert caution, according to a panel of executives at the ULI’s United Kingdom conference in May.