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  • 10-28-22

    Adding Multifamily Housing Can Revitalize Retail Centers

    The same way that urban central business districts are morphing into neighborhoods by adding residential space, older suburban shopping malls and retail centers can get a boost by adding multifamily residential buildings and evolving into mixed-use developments, panelists said at the ULI Fall Meeting in Dallas.

  • 10-28-22

    “Short and Shallow” Recession in 2023, Predicts ULI/PwC Report

    A panel discussion of the ULI/PwC joint-release Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2023: United States and Canada report discussed the right path forward for the commercial real estate industry.

  • 10-28-22

    Toward Equality in Real Estate Development Capital Access

    Despite challenges, there is momentum in commercial real estate for capital to be raised and invested in underserved communities across the nation, according to a panel of Dallas/Fort Worth developers at the Fall Meeting in Dallas. The primary example they used to illustrate success is the National Juneteenth Museum in Fort Worth.

  • 10-28-22

    Preparing Buildings and Cities to Weather Climate Change

    The real estate industry can help communities build the resilience to react to the changing climate, according to a panel of architects speaking at ULI’s Fall Meeting in Dallas. In doing so, they said, the industry can create value.

  • 10-28-22

    JPMorgan Chase Plans to Raise the Bar at New Manhattan Headquarters, Bet on Return to Office

    If the nearly $3 billion headquarters under construction in midtown Manhattan is any indication, JPMorgan Chase is bullish on the return to office and cities. David Arena, head of global real estate for the company, explained the project has long been in the works.

  • 10-28-22

    No End in Sight for Growth in the Texas Triangle

    The Dallas/Fort Worth metro area is rising on powerful growth that will lift it past Chicago to become the third-largest metropolitan statistical area in the nation, experts said during a session at the ULI Fall Meeting in Dallas.

  • 10-27-22

    Annual ULI, PwC Report Finds Certain Pandemic-Related Structural Changes Can Endure While Property Markets Are “Normalizing”

    ULI and PwC US has released Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2023, an annual report highlighting the trends shaping the real estate industry. Insights from the report reconfirm two bifurcated market trends: aspects of the real estate industry are “normalizing” and reverting to pre-COVID patterns while others have permanently shifted to the “new normal” that was adopted with the pandemic.

  • 10-27-22

    Disrupted by Pandemic, Demand for Warehouse Space Still Flying High

    The COVID-19 pandemic made 2021 a historic year for the shipping and logistics industry, as rising e-commerce sent large retailers and general merchandisers scrambling for warehouse space to hold their inventory, supply-chain issues delayed shipments, real estate developers strained to keep up with demand, and local governments struggled to issue permits quickly with employees working from home.

  • 10-27-22

    ULI Announces Winners for the 2022 Jack Kemp, Terwilliger Center Awards

    The Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Terwilliger Center for Housing has announced three winners for this year’s Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Award and four winners for the Terwilliger Center Award for Innovation in Attainable Housing.

  • 10-27-22

    Retail Developers Focus on “Density of Experiences,” Deemphasize Fashion

    Industry experts speaking at the ULI Fall Meeting said pickleball is just one of the ways developers are taking a fresh look at the retail space as malls seek to rework their tenant mix: by including more outdoor spaces.