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  • 07-06-20

    ULI Welcomes New Members of the Global Board of Directors and Governing Trustees

    Four internationally renowned real estate industry leaders have joined ULI’s Global Board of Directors, and 38 additional industry luminaries have been added to the roster of the Institute’s Global Governing Trustees. Both the Global Board members and Global Governing Trustees will serve on a voluntary basis beginning on July 1.

  • June

  • 06-15-20

    ULI Members in Action: Housing Organizations Enter the Fight against COVID-19

    COVID-19 has hit many communities hard, often in disproportionate ways. Individuals and families who live in public and affordable housing are generally more at risk for contracting and dying from this disease due to previously inequitable social determinants of health conditions; they are also being affected economically. In Austin and Atlanta, ULI members are working to support these residents and help protect them from impacts of the pandemic and elsewhere.

  • April

  • 04-24-20

    Healthy Buildings as a Public Health Tool: A Q&A Webinar for ULI Members

    The ways in which people use and interact in commercial buildings—particularly office spaces—will likely be changed significantly due to the COVID-19 crisis, with building and workplace health being a top concern, according to two healthy-building experts featured on a ULI webinar.

  • 04-23-20

    Ten Principles for Decarbonization: How Cities and the Real Estate Industry Can Partner to Fight Climate Change

    City policy leaders and the real estate industry must work together when creating climate mitigation policies to maximize their effectiveness, according to a ULI report.

  • 04-22-20

    Discussion Guides Highlight Partnerships for Health and Equity

    Eight member organizations of the Joint Call to Action to Promote Healthy Communities Coalition published 10 discussion guides to highlight successful cross-disciplinary collaborations for healthy, equitable communities. When professionals in the fields of the built environment and public health work together, the potential to improve health is multiplied.

  • 04-10-20

    How Buildings and Social Interaction May Have Influenced South Korea’s COVID-19 Outbreak

    As COVID-19 continues to spread around the globe, people are struggling to establish best practices for themselves and their communities. Amid a cacophony of hearsay and contradictory directives, there are timely and verified real data from South Korea (a country that, as of early April, seemingly had passed its peak of infections) that can provide guidance to policymakers and building owners as well as the general public.

  • 04-10-20

    Confronting COVID-19: The Effects of COVID-19 on Multifamily and Affordable Housing

    The health and economic effects of COVID-19 on the multifamily industry, in terms of exacerbating existing problems related to the nation’s affordable housing shortage, were discussed by housing experts and advocates convened April 7 for a ULI webinar on the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak on lower-income renters.

  • 04-03-20

    Confronting COVID-19: Healthier Buildings and Optimizing for Mental Health

    The role of the built environment in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and helping people cope with the pandemic and its aftermath was discussed by healthy-building experts convened by ULI.

  • March

  • 03-31-20

    Stay Connected and Engaged: Upcoming and On-Demand ULI Webinars

    Access lessons learned and best practices from ULI members and other industry leaders around the globe. Register for upcoming ULI webinars and see what is available on demand.

  • 03-30-20

    Audio: Leading Voices in Real Estate

    ULI Los Angeles recently hosted a recording of Leading Voices in Real Estate, a podcast hosted by Matt Slepin, founder managing partner of Terra Search and a ULI Foundation Governor. Now in its third year, this podcast also recently featured Spencer Levy, chairman of Americas Research and senior economic advisor for CBRE, talking about COVID-19 and the early signs of impact on the commercial real estate market.