Update: More events in the region: ULI Asia-Pacific Events
Upbeat Sentiment and Undeployed Capital Prop Up Recovery in Asia-Pacific Region, Says Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific2021-11-24 08:11:48 The growing glut of undeployed capital is expected to provide a lifeline to the strong revival of Asia Pacific’s real estate markets next year, according to the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2022 report, with Tokyo overtaking Singapore as the top-ranked investment prospect.
- 2021-11-09 12:23:29 A focus on technology, diversity, and the impact of the post-COVID world is key for the next generation of ULI Asia Pacific member leaders, said panelists at the ULI Asia Pacific REImagine event. The second day of the virtual conference featured some of the brightest young leaders in real estate in the region, talking about their priorities, their ambitions, and their recipes for success.
- 2021-11-04 11:11:02 Technology, cybernetics, and the importance of innovation were at the heart of the final day of ULI Asia Pacific’s REImagine virtual conference. Keynote speaker Dr. Catherine Ball spoke about the importance of innovation and using systems-led thinking in order to build better cities and spaces.
- 2021-11-01 11:32:53 Collaboration and swift, measurable actions are needed to prevent disastrous climate change, attendees heard on the first day of ULI Asia Pacific's REImagine virtual conference. The event opened with a presentation from climate scientist Professor Benjamin Horton of Nanyang Technological University, who was an author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 5th Assessment Report and a review editor for the 6th report, which was published earlier this year.
- 2021-10-08 09:37:14 Over the last 18 months, COVID-19 has affected Asia Pacific real estate markets in profound but often quite different ways. For offices, rents in some markets have taken a significant hit, but asset values remain generally resilient as banks continue to extend credit and investors resort increasingly to traditionally safe-haven asset classes. While office sector fundamentals have remained relatively stable, under the surface the pandemic is acting as catalyst for profound change.