Reshaping the City: Zoning for a More Equitable, Resilient, and Sustainable Future
A new ULI report shares promising insights and examples of zoning regulations from across the United States.
How Newer Construction Homes Fared in Florida’s Hurricane Season
After another active hurricane season, Florida’s resilience continues to be a huge and growing practical and financial priority. Strategic planning focused on strength and durability is helping mitigate wind and flood damage.
Making Four Affordable Housing Developments Pencil Out in Southern California
A member of ULI Los Angeles shares how his company is harnessing creativity and a lot of hard work to build attainable housing that is within reach of most renters.
Creating Attainable Housing for the Workforce in Resort Communities
Resort communities are appealing places to live year round, with stunning natural beauty and recreational opportunities in abundance. However, the same factors that make these places attractive can make them difficult for locals.
The Morning after Declaring a State of Emergency: Confronting the Realities of L.A. Homelessness
To be successful and sustainable, fighting homelessness in Los Angeles requires crisis intervention on two fronts: First, we must build more permanent housing and much more of it needs to be affordable. Second, we must build more transitional shelter of every type—more quickly and much, much more affordably. But shelter is not enough.
Don Peebles and Daryl Carter on Building Affordable Housing
Affordable housing in California has become increasingly difficult to develop in recent years in a state where there is a significant lack of it. Two developers speak to the barriers to development in Southern California.
Haven Realty Capital, J.P. Morgan Launch $415 Million Joint Venture Focused on Build-to-Rent
Haven Realty Capital and institutional investors advised by J.P. Morgan Global Alternatives have formed a programmatic joint venture to acquire and develop more than $1 billion in new build-to-rent communities throughout the United States. The joint venture comes at a time when new for-sale housing starts have fallen to a two-year low.
ULI Selects Winners for the 2022 Larson Housing Policy Leadership Award
The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing has selected government bodies in San Diego and Washington, D.C. as winners of the 2022 ULI Robert C. Larson Housing Policy Leadership Award.
Singapore Ranks Among Most Attainable in New Asia Pacific Index
The 2022 ULI Asia Pacific Home Attainability Index analyzes home attainability, both for ownership and rent, in 28 cities in five countries in the Asia Pacific region including Australia, China, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea. These countries have a combined population of approximately 1.8 billion or 21 percent of the world’s population.
Homing in on Housing: New, Innovative Fixes for Europe’s Urban Housing Affordability
To find new solutions, speakers at the 2022 ULI Europe Conference said that it is important to not only understand what’s driving housing unaffordability but also consider the mismatch between who has the power to deal with the problem and who has the mandate to deal with the problem.