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  • 08-21-23

    Art in Place Welcomes ULI Indiana

    ULI Indiana is the latest addition to the global cohort of ULI national and district councils participating in ULI’s Art in Place program. Working both individually and as a group, each council aims to connect artists, developers, and community voices to drive more inclusive and participatory real estate outcomes.

  • 08-21-23

    ULI Welcomes Distinguished Real Estate Leaders to Key Governing Bodies

    More than 30 internationally-renowned real estate industry leaders have been elected to four-year terms as ULI Global Governing Trustees, while numerous other industry luminaries have been added or reappointed to the Institute’s Global Board of Directors and regional executive committees.

  • 08-21-23

    Retrofitting vs. Replacing: Making the Case for Sustainable Improvements

    Whether a simple energy efficiency upgrade or a larger overhaul is needed, retrofitting is becoming an important component of the real estate industry.

  • 08-18-23

    Armchair Tour: A Creative Office Oasis in El Segundo

    Attendees of the 2023 ULI Fall Meeting in Los Angeles will have the chance to visit 888 Douglas, a former aerospace research and manufacturing facility in El Segundo that has recently been repurposed into a creative office campus.

  • 08-18-23

    Housing Solutions: Build-to-Rent Helps Fills a Gap

    Since its inception, build-to-rent has been misconstrued or confused with institutional investors purchasing homes out of the hands of hard-working Americans. In reality, the industry is adding purpose-built homes to the housing supply and providing another option for those who don’t want to or can’t afford to buy.

  • 08-18-23

    ULI Releases Dashboard to Help Members Follow Green Building Policies Globally

    ULI Greenprint partnered with ARUP to develop a Global Green Building Policy Dashboard that allows real estate practitioners to filter by location and see a summary of key requirements related to building certifications, greenhouse gas emissions, embodied carbon, energy, electric vehicles, renewable energy, and resilience.

  • 08-17-23

    $2 Billion in New HUD Funds Available for Decarbonization, Resilience in Multifamily Buildings

    The Green and Resilient Retrofit Program, a new program from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), has made $2 billion in funds available from the Inflation Reduction Act to support private owners of HUD-assisted multifamily buildings to make decarbonization and resilience upgrades.

  • 08-14-23

    Capital Markets Update: Real Estate Industry Braces for More Credit Tightening Ahead

    Although deals are still getting done, it is a tough market to find capital to fund acquisitions and development, and the need to deleverage maturing loans in a higher rate environment is fueling concerns about rising commercial real estate loan stress. That challenging market is evident in slumping transaction activity. 

  • 08-14-23

    Outlook for Housing Attainability

    Experts discuss the growing crisis of housing attainability for lower- and middle-income households across the United States, including ways the private and public sectors could help increase housing production, preserve existing affordable housing, and give more people access to housing; strategies for encouraging communities to accept more housing construction; and other related trends.

  • 08-14-23

    ULI Case Studies: Integrating Social Equity and Affordable Housing into a Net-Zero-Ready Project in Everett, Washington 

    Owned by HopeWorks and Housing Hope, this mixed-use retail and multifamily housing development provides comprehensive housing, social services, and job re-entry services for low-income, unhoused, and veteran populations.