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  • 01-05-21

    Housing Sector Continues to Drive Growth as China Recovers Entering 2021

    ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: With recovery from the global pandemic well underway, China has areas of stability and opportunity it can capitalize on as it enters the new year, panelists said at the ULI China Real Estate Investment Summit in December. China is expected to be the only G20 economy to have seen economic growth in 2020.

  • 01-04-21

    Urging Toronto to Retrofit Aging Housing to Preserve Affordability  

    The city of Toronto should take action now and develop a long-term housing strategy to retrofit more than 800 private rental towers to create sustainable buildings, according to a report released by ULI Advisory Services.

  • 01-04-21

    In Brief: Preserving the Past While Creating the Office Spaces of the Future

    Over the last 100 years, more than 4,200 buildings have been converted into office space through adaptive use across the United States, according to a report from data provider Yardi’s Commercial Search. Primarily, those conversions were from industrial space (61 percent), followed by retail (19 percent) and residential (5 percent).

  • 01-01-21

    UDR’s Pacific City: When You’re Here, You’re on Vacation

    SPONSORED POST: The Residences at Pacific City is an award-winning, LEED Silver–certified, 516-home community developed by UDR and situated in a prime location off the Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach, California. It is one of over 20 UDR communities that have obtained sustainability certifications, and a portion of its development was funded through the capital raised in UDR’s initial Green Bond offering.

  • December

  • 12-21-20

    Insights from the McCoy Symposium: Confidence in U.S. Real Estate for 2021

    ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: Commercial real estate is likely to have a good year in 2021 — despite the devastation caused by the coronavirus, according to industry leaders at the 27th annual ULI/McCoy Symposium on Real Estate Finance.

  • 12-21-20

    With Record-Breaking Class Size, ULI/REAP 2020 Fall Academy Building Real-Life Connections in Commercial Real Estate

    In mid-December, Project REAP and ULI held a ceremony celebrating the 190 graduates who completed the ULI/REAP Online Academy in 2020. But this year’s graduating class is unique—not only by being the largest single cohort in the program’s 22-year history, but also by being conducted virtually from start to finish, which allowed for a broader geographic pool of participants.

  • 12-18-20

    Setting a Net-Zero Carbon Goal for 2050

    In October, the ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance announced an additional goal to reduce the operational carbon emissions of its members’ collective buildings to net zero by the year 2050. Eleven ULI Greenprint members have already publicly committed to this target on top of the 50 percent carbon reduction goal by 2030 that all ULI Greenprint members have already pledged.

  • 12-17-20

    Don’t Write Off the Office: Key Takeaways from Industry Leaders in Asia Pacific’s Top Markets

    Though working from home has moved higher on the occupier agenda as the Asia Pacific region copes with the ongoing global pandemic, office space is adapting to the changing environment.

  • 12-14-20

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

    ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: 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.

  • 12-14-20

    ULI Resilience Summit: Calling for Action on Mitigating Climate Risk

    In early December, ULI members gathered virtually to discuss climate risk and real estate at the second annual Resilience Summit. The event’s agenda focused on how real estate and land use professionals can prepare for and adapt to the impacts of climate change, and where leadership could help shape better outcomes for the future.