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    July

  • 07-23-19

    Empowering Tenants to Build Out Sustainably with the Tenant Energy Optimization Program

    No introduction required for the Empire State Building, likely the most famous office building in the world. Already an icon and a historic landmark, it is also becoming a symbol of the future, thanks to a showcase renovation that overhauled the bones of the 88-year-old structure, and ongoing efforts to implement ULI’s Tenant Energy Optimization Program (TEOP), the focus of a half-day event in that building in July.

  • 07-22-19

    Improving Entitlement Processes, Working for Broader Acceptance Are Keys to More Housing in D.C. Region

    According to U.S. Census Bureau estimates, the population of Washington, D.C., topped 700,000 residents last year, the first time since 1975. But the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments estimates a shortfall of more than 200,000 housing units by 2025 to meet the projected job growth and transportation system performance in the urban core of the D.C. region. A ULI Washington Impact Task Force report addressed two main barriers to opportunities for supply growth and attainability: navigating the entitlement and approval processes, as well as gaining community acceptance through engagement and participation.

  • 07-22-19

    How Atlanta Real Estate Leads the Way on Big Infrastructure

    In many American downtown areas and commercial centers, improvement districts are used as tools for revitalization, placemaking, and economic development. They improve the street presence and provide important marketing services for local businesses. But what if they could tackle larger infrastructure needs? Better yet, what if commercial real estate owners and investors could attract billions of public dollars and, in the process, create a new way to build roads, interchanges, and other important projects?

  • 07-16-19

    Enhancing the Hotel Guest Experience through Sustainability

    Wise choices in fixtures, finishes, and functions may draw guests’ attention.

  • 07-15-19

    Product Council Outlook on Travel Trends

    How are tourism trends shaking up the real estate industry?

  • 07-11-19

    Sensor-Driven “Internet of Things” Is Crucial to Sustainability and Building Management

    A technology expert speaking at ULI Europe’s Real Estate Forum in Copenhagen in June described the evolving best practices for using sensors to enhance building management and tenant satisfaction.

  • June

  • 06-21-19

    More Flexible Leases, Changes to Common Spaces Driving Future of Workplaces

    The evolution of the workplace is being driven by changing demands and the power of big data, said speakers representing developers, designers, futurists, and millennials at the 2019 ULI Asia Pacific Summit in Shanghai.

  • 06-03-19

    InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland: A Former Quarry Adapted as a Luxury Hotel

    The InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland Hotel in China’s Songjiang District, near Shanghai, appears modest when approached from ground level because only two storeys project above ground and green roofs help them blend into the surrounding greenery. But when guests step inside, they see the dramatic construction, attached to the rock like a hanging garden.

  • May

  • 05-24-19

    Building a Multimodal Future: New Book Explores Transportation Demand Management’s Role in Creating Walkable Cities

    Transportation demand management policies that require access to travel options as part of the development process can be highly effective in the creation of communities that provide mixed-use, higher-density development without increasing traffic congestion, according to a new ULI publication.

  • 05-24-19

    Grasping at Magic

    A lot of thought and hard work go into making a place look like it could not have appeared anywhere else.