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    May

  • 05-11-21

    The “Multiverse of Work”: Productivity and the Workplace in the Post-COVID World

    The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us all to rethink everything we thought we knew about productivity and the workplace. As we have learned, the answers are far from straightforward, but they are nevertheless emerging. During a 2021 ULI Virtual Spring Meeting session, real estate experts explored how employees’ preferences and performance are leading to a suite of workplaces—a “multiverse of work” in which homes, corporate offices, and various other locations will combine to enable a high-performing workforce.

  • April

  • 04-26-21

    How JLL Retail Is Restructuring Deals, Preserving Key Tenants

    SPONSORED CONTENT: When searching for the right property management firm, there are many factors to consider. For instance, are you looking for someone who will simply maintain your asset, or are you seeking a true partner that will work diligently to proactively add value to your investment? At JLL Retail, you’ll find a team of dedicated value creators.

  • 04-08-21

    Keywords for Returning to the Office: Flexibility, Technology, Variety, and Health

    Will the COVID-19 pandemic bring about the end of the viability of open-plan office space? Panelists speaking during a recent ULI Asia Pacific webinar concluded that flexibility, technology, variety, and health would be the key concepts bringing companies and key employees back to offices.

  • March

  • 03-29-21

    Helping Small and Large U.S. Landlords Survive a Downturn

    As the new appointees at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development settle into their roles, they face challenges both old and new. Ethan Handelman, the new deputy assistant secretary of the agency’s Office of Multifamily Housing Programs, addressed the 2021 ULI Housing Opportunity Conference in March.

  • 03-17-21

    Prepping for Post-COVID: Six Projects in the Fast-Growing Carolinas Near Completion

    At the 2021 ULI Carolinas meeting, held as a virtual/in-person hybrid event in March, the annual Crane Watch session showcased projects under construction in North and South Carolina that use innovative planning and design in their placemaking efforts, creating iconic projects that help shape the neighborhoods that surround them. The projects this year included a historic storefront restoration, a shipping container–based food yard, and a massive nine-block development.

  • February

  • 02-22-21

    In Brief: Nontraditional Investors Eye Hotel Assets, Driving Optimism for 2021

    Though investor interest in the hospital sector was muted for most of 2020 in response to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic and global travel, the lodging industry is poised to rebound in 2021, according to JLL Hotels & Hospitality’s annual Hotel Investment Outlook.

  • 02-18-21

    Retail’s Not-So-Artificial Intelligence

    ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: Owning retail space has been challenging since the Great Recession. You likely know the reasons why: overbuilding, the internet, rapacious private equity, too many lackluster tenants. You also know that every move you make—every breath you take—is recorded by your mobile phone. This latter circumstance has allowed a clever company to develop possibly the most useful tool for commercial real estate since Hewlett Packard introduced the HP-12C financial calculator in 1981.

  • January

  • 01-25-21

    Offering Solutions to Help Stem the Housing Affordability Crisis in the Phoenix Metro Area

    Demonstrating the connections among health, social equity, and living environments, ULI Arizona is offering solutions to boost housing affordability.

  • 01-11-21

    In Brief: Top-Selling Master-Planned Communities for 2020

    The Villages, a retiree-focused community northwest of Orlando, in 2020 once again topped RCLCO’s listing of the 50 top-selling U.S. master-planned communities. Total new home sales among the communities were 20 percent higher in 2020 than the previous year, RCLCO reported.

  • December

  • 12-14-20

    Undoing the Policies and Practices That Created Residential Segregation across the United States

    The segregation of urban neighborhoods across the United States since the Great Depression was largely created by policies and practices established and enforced by local and federal authorities, Richard Rothstein, author of the bestselling book The Color of Law, said during a group discussion with ULI members at the 2020 ULI Building Healthy Places Forum.