Author: Sarah Sieloff

Sarah Sieloff is a Council on Foreign Relations–Hitachi Fellow and ULI member based in Japan, where she examines local government responses to population aging and decline.

Articles by Sarah Sieloff

  • Opportunities Remain for Formal Retail Sector in India
    Published on March 18, 2021 in Development
    During the recent ULI Asia Experience the Experience retail summit, real estate developer, owner, and operator Sid Yog, founder of the Xander Group and chairman of Virtuous Retail (VR) South Asia, discussed the broader Indian retail sector, as well as several of the company’s recent urban Indian retail developments. Joining him in the conversation was Susheela Rivers, office managing partner, co-chair for the global real estate sector, and head of real estate Asia Pacific for DLA Piper.
  • Creating Models for a More Sustainable Future for Retail
    Published on March 03, 2021 in Economy, Market & Trends
    A return to the “old normal” before the global coronavirus pandemic is neither possible nor desirable, a panel of retail leaders agreed at “Experience the Experience,” ULI Asia Pacific’s premier retail event of 2021.
  • As REITs Form in China, Investors Look for Growth
    Published on January 11, 2021 in Asia Pacific
    ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: Real estate investors gathered for a panel at the ULI China Real Estate Investment Summit said they are optimistic about continued opportunities in China across a broadening group of sectors and product types, a position echoed by a second panel featuring Chinese developers. The summit was held in December with both virtual and in-person participants, as well as tours in Shanghai.
  • Housing Sector Continues to Drive Growth as China Recovers Entering 2021
    Published on January 05, 2021 in Asia Pacific
    ULI MEMBER–ONLY CONTENT: With recovery from the global pandemic well underway, China has areas of stability and opportunity it can capitalize on as it enters the new year, panelists said at the ULI China Real Estate Investment Summit in December. China is expected to be the only G20 economy to have seen economic growth in 2020.