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    December

  • 12-07-18

    Coworking Spaces Seen as Key Tenant for Houston Office

    Coworking reigns as a core strategy, rather than a craze, against the backdrop of commercial real estate evolving from a space-leasing business to a service-delivery business, said speakers at a ULI Houston luncheon in November. Panelists also touched on the implications for Houston of the release of Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2019.

  • November

  • 11-26-18

    Melbourne, Singapore Are Top Cities in Emerging Trends in Real Estate Asia Pacific®2019

    Emerging Trends in Real Estate Asia Pacific® 2019, a real estate forecast jointly published by ULI and PwC, has Melbourne and Singapore as the top cities for investment in the region, followed by Sydney, Tokyo, and Osaka. The report, which is being released at a series of events across Asia over the next several weeks, provides an outlook on Asia Pacific real estate investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, and trends by property sector and metropolitan area.

  • 11-26-18

    In Brief: Dodge Momentum Index Declines in October

    The Dodge Momentum Index moved 4.2 percent lower in October to 150.5 (2000=100) from the revised September reading of 157.0. The index is a monthly measure of the initial report for North American nonresidential building projects in planning, published by analytics and workflow provider for the construction industry Dodge Data & Analytics, which has been shown to lead construction spending for nonresidential buildings by a full year. October’s decline was the third-consecutive monthly decline.

  • 11-26-18

    Hospitality Market in Japan Increasingly Bifurcated between High- and Low-End Options

    The hotel industry in Japan is evolving, with new lodging models emerging, some of which incorporate elements of the burgeoning sharing economy. A panel of real estate and hotel experts at the ULI Japan Fall Conference, held in Tokyo in November, discussed the “capsule hotel” and other models in Japan.

  • 11-13-18

    In Brief: Costs Rising but U.S. Office Vacancy Stable in Third Quarter

    The overall availability rate for U.S. office space was unchanged as of the end of the third quarter of 2018, remaining at 18.1 percent, according to the latest Savills Studley Report: National Office Sector from commercial services firm Savills Studley. San Francisco remains the tightest market in the country, with an availability rate of 9 percent, followed by Boston/Suffolk County, 9.7 percent; New York City, 11.6 percent; and Austin, 12.8 percent.

  • 11-12-18

    Reshaping Atlanta’s Future with More Transit, Maintaining Affordability

    While the Atlanta region has grown dramatically in the last decade, the issue of traffic and mobility issue hung over much of the discussion at a recent ULI Atlanta event, which also touched on the findings from Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2019.

  • 11-12-18

    Investors Looking for Healthy Occupier Markets and New Asset Classes in Europe

    The hunt for secure long-term income is driving European real estate investment as the industry hedges against potential interest rate increases and an uncertain geopolitical backdrop, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Europe 2019. The annual report, published jointly by ULI and PwC, is based on the opinions of over 800 real estate professionals in Europe, including investors, developers, lenders, and advisers.

  • 11-08-18

    ULI Survey: D.C.’s Millennial Cohort Both Earning and Owning More

    Millennials living in the nation’s capital and its close-in suburbs can be characterized as “committed urbanists,” according to a just-released ULI Washington survey. This new study, which updated a 2015 survey, included more households with children—an increase from 12 to 20 percent. Almost half (49 percent) of respondents are married or partnered—up from 39 percent in 2015. Homeownership has increased from 28 to 33 percent. And median income has increased over 11 percent, exceeding the national growth rate.

  • October

  • 10-31-18

    In Brief: U.S. Construction Starts in 2019 to Hold Steady with 2018

    The 2019 Dodge Construction Outlook predicts that total U.S. construction starts for 2019 will be $808 billion, staying essentially even with the $807 billion estimated for 2018, according to industry data provider Dodge Data & Analytics.

  • 10-29-18

    Medical Tourism and Retail Driving Live/Work Development across the San Diego–Tijuana Border

    The property surrounding the San Diego–Tijuana border crossing offers many opportunities, said ULI members speaking at a panel discussion in October. But the San Ysidro crossing—the busiest border crossing in the world—remains a daunting, congested funnel for binational business. A recent ULI technical advisory panel looked at solutions to make better use of the surrounding land.