Panelists at the recent ULI Europe Conference in London talked about what the real estate industry is doing to embrace disruption, whether funding tech startups through in-house venture capital funds or leaning in to the multichannel e-commerce experiences of the future.
Nashville has a new 65-story residential tower on the drawing board that could set a new record as the tallest building in the city. The proposed project highlights the change underway in the city.
Panelists at the recent ULI Housing Opportunity 2019 conference said that while the data paint a bleak picture of America’s housing affordability, the spending priorities of California’s new governor may be a sign of positive policy changes at a more local level.
As one of the fastest growing and most populous metropolitan areas in the United States, the Phoenix metro area has seen some 40,000 apartments built since 2010, with demand and prices continuing to rise. Panelists speaking at ULI Arizona Trends Day in Phoenix provided a glimpse of how different product types are filling needs for the housing-strapped region.
A ULI Advisory Services panel recommends ways to maximize potential in auto-centric Wolfsburg, Germany.
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.
Congress authorizes tax-free profits for investors in qualified opportunity funds.
Dallas/Fort Worth has the best outlook of any U.S. real estate market, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2019, published jointly by ULI and PwC. However, the region is near the bottom of the pack among similar-sized metro areas for walkable urban development. Researchers spoke at a ULI North Texas event about the opportunities in changing that dynamic.
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.
Communities can increase the land available for housing while protecting existing industrial and other uses by collaborating in advance on recorded easements.