Author: ULI Staff
Articles by ULI Staff
- Highlights of the Upcoming ULI Virtual Fall Meeting
Published on September 28, 2020 in Inside ULI
Registration is open for the 2020 ULI Virtual Fall Meeting, being held October 13–15. An ambitious program is being offered, including tours and networking opportunities that will be facilitated online.
- In Remembrance of Gerald D. Hines
Published on August 31, 2020 in Inside ULI
Gerald D. Hines, founder and chairman of the Houston-based global real estate firm Hines, passed away at home on August 23. A ULI Life Trustee and benefactor, Hines was an avid supporter of the Institute for more than 60 years.
- Recommended Reads during COVID-19: A Curated List of News and Information of Interest to Land Use Professionals
Published on April 20, 2020 in COVID-19: Industry Insights
In the face of the current environment, we are committed to providing timely, practical guidance; best practices; and global insights—whether developed by ULI or curated from respected third-party sources as we have done here.
- Addressing the Impact of COVID-19: A Roundup of Available ULI Resources
Published on April 02, 2020 in COVID-19: Industry Insights
Make the most of your ULI membership in these uncertain times by leveraging your Institute network and accessing the wealth of member insights available, including these online resources.
- Stay Connected and Engaged: Upcoming and On-Demand ULI Webinars
Published on March 31, 2020 in COVID-19: Industry Insights
Access lessons learned and best practices from ULI members and other industry leaders around the globe. Register for upcoming ULI webinars and see what is available on demand.
- Confronting COVID-19: Social Distancing, Buildings, and Lessons from Asia
Published on March 16, 2020 in Market Trends
Communities around the world are racing to control the spread of the novel coronavirus and the disease that it causes, COVID-19. Increasingly, that means implementing aggressive social distancing measures, which can inhibit the spread of the virus and flatten the transmission curve. Given what is known about the virus so far, using building strategies to help slow the spread of the disease makes sense to help protect those who must work in an office or commercial setting and in multifamily settings.