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    March

  • 03-01-10

    Developing for Water Scarcity

    Developers are applying novel conservation strategies to prevent water shortages from triggering building moratoriums.

  • 03-01-10

    Regional Spotlight Northeast

    Atlantic Wharf, a mixed-use development scheduled to include a waterfront plaza, 30,000 square feet (2,787 sq m) of retail and public spaces, and a 31-story, 750,000-square-foot (69,677-sq-m) Class A office tower, is taking shape in the capital of Massachusetts. And in strong markets around the New York metropolitan area, retail development appears to be a bright spot. In neighboring Connecticut, the single-family home sector is expected to strengthen this year, and the office market in northern New Jersey is starting to gain traction.

  • 03-01-10

    Tie Infrastructure to Land Use

    The future of cities could be considered the centerpiece of the Urban Land Institute’s entire program of work. How and where we will live and work and how we will get from one place to another in the decades ahead are issues that will shape urban growth patterns and change our approach to planning, design, and development.

  • 03-01-10

    Creating Value Out of Air

    Three-dimensional airspace subdivisions can add value to real estate developments.

  • 03-01-10

    LONDON: Standing Firm

    Though London’s economy has been hit hard by the global recession, the city stands firm alongside New York City and Tokyo as one of three global financial centers and remains unrivaled as the business capital of Europe.

  • 03-01-10

    Hotels Remaking History

    Ten renovation and retrofit projects make over structure to meet the needs of the contemporary hospitality industry and tap the place-specific power of older buildings.

  • 03-01-10

    Where Are Cities Headed?

    Five experts from the fields of real estate development, architecture, and urban planning discuss the role of cities in an urbanizing world and offer insights into how cities are—and should be—shaping future development as the recession ends.

  • 03-01-10

    Little Infill

    Small, mixed-use infill projects are becoming favorites of the planning and development industry because of their compact urban scale, innovative design, and positive impact as catalysts for their neighborhoods.

  • 03-01-10

    Leveraging Models: The 63-20 Process

    Participation in the 63-20 bonding process offers ample incentives for developers.

  • 03-01-10

    A New Era of Innovation: Boston Tests New Strategies to Take City Into the Future

    The visual evidence of Boston’s approach to planning and development, from preserving its historic character to planning for the future, showcases the city’s best assets. One of the nation’s greenest cities, Boston is a biotech hub and has one of the most improved public education systems in the country.