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    October

  • 10-12-20

    2020: A Tutorial in Resilience

    The events of 2020 so far have been turning us all into masters of resilience. The Fall issue of Urban Land is available for members to access on Knowledge Finder.

  • 10-07-20

    Three U.S. “Highway Cap” Projects Reckoning with Urban Inequity

    Beginning in the 1950s, the Interstate Highway System began to span the continent, connecting cities across the United States and driving suburban development. But in many cities, these highway projects also physically divided communities and paved over neighborhoods. A ULI webinar hosted by the Curtis Infrastructure Initiative in September gave an update on the status of such projects in three cities—Atlanta, Austin, and St. Paul.

  • 10-05-20

    How “Third Places” Affect America’s Health and Well-Being

    Christina Contreras, the ULI/Martin Bucksbaum Senior Visiting Fellow, discusses how she and ULI staff are researching how privately owned and managed “third places” can better contribute to individual and community health and well-being.

  • 10-05-20

    Urban Land Reader Poll: Coping with COVID-19

    While the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing recession have spurred ULI members to act quickly to adjust their business practices, a significant number of respondents to an Urban Land reader poll say they expect the real estate business to do better during this recession than during the Great Recession of 2007–2009. And a majority see opportunities for growth.

  • 10-05-20

    ULI Report: How Investors Assess Climate Risk at the Market Level 

    ULI and Heitman, in collaboration with Arup Group and consulting group Milliman, in newly published research find that real estate investors are starting to look beyond individual property vulnerability to climate change and to scrutinize the resilience of the broader market.

  • 10-02-20

    U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum among Anchors Driving Downtown Development in Colorado Springs

    Eight years after a ULI Advisory Services panel gathered in the shadow of Pikes Peak to brainstorm about revitalizing Colorado Springs, the recent opening of the $91 million U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum in the southwest corner of downtown represents an important cornerstone of the city’s urban renewal effort while bolstering its identity as “Olympic City, USA.”

  • 10-02-20

    CEO Perspective: A Very Different Fall Meeting

    ULI Global CEO Ed Walter discusses how the Fall Meeting will proceed in a new virtual format, which promises to provide our members with a world-class experience that we hope will be talked about for many years to come.

  • 10-01-20

    Developing San Francisco’s Waterfront in the Age of Sea-Level Rise

    ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: The Port of San Francisco’s 20-year, multibillion-dollar vision for the waterfront is designed to be adaptable to rising sea levels far into the future.

  • 10-01-20

    Responding to the Market: Q+A with KKR Real Estate Credit’s Matt Salem

    Commercial real estate finance participants navigated an unprecedented market environment in the early months of COVID-19, with many traditional lenders and capital markets players temporarily sidelined. As we near the end of a tumultuous year, many observers are beginning to see signs of cautious optimism. KKR’s head of Real Estate Credit answers a few questions about how this time is (or is not) different and his outlook on the road ahead.

  • September

  • 09-30-20

    ULI Greenprint: Commercial Real Estate Leaders on Track to Reduce Carbon Emissions 50 Percent by 2030

    Volume 11 of the Greenprint Performance Report™ measures and tracks the performance of 10,190 properties owned by Greenprint members. It finds that over the past year, carbon emissions have dropped by more than 3 percent, energy consumption by almost 3 percent, and water consumption by more than 3 percent. In 2019, Greenprint members invested over US$50.1 million on sustainability projects ranging from tenant engagement to building envelope upgrades and recommissioning, totaling more than 6,000 individual projects.