This fall, The Hub on Causeway, one of the most ambitious mixed-use developments in the Northeast, opens its first phase on the former Boston Garden site.Read More
A panel discussion at the ULI Europe Real Estate Forum 2018 in Dublin focused on a key question facing the development industry: how to future-proof urban redevelopment in an era of constant change by including open space and housing while embracing walkability.Read More
A former Sears, Roebuck & Co. distribution center and retail location in the Crosstown neighborhood of Memphis with historic landmark status has evolved into a mixed-use project with retail, health and educational space, plus apartments.Read More
A decade in the making, the South Boston waterfront neighborhood is emerging as a preferred destination for commercial and residential tenants.Read More
Retailers are focusing their physical presences on offering excellent customer service and curation of products, said panelists at a ULI Colorado event in Denver. The event itself was held at the Dairy Block, an example of new retail projects that are animating both commercial and public spaces with experimental and experiential places for people to shop, eat, drink, be entertained, and find community.
Hit by two major hurricanes in 2017, St. Croix —one of the U.S. Virgin Islands—is oised to receive nearly $2 billion from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, a portion of which could potentially transform the island’s current social and economic footing if used strategically.
In July, real estate website Curbed highlighted nine significant projects including the Hub on Causeway and Fenway Center, plus two projects in the Seaport area. Several of these will be highlighted either as tours or sessions at the ULI Fall Meeting in Boston in October.
While America’s South continues on a steady course with a growing population and an increasing number of jobs, officials are acting on some challenges, which include traffic, housing affordability, education needs, and the rising cost of construction.
Over the past two decades, the form, face, and future of this former military installation have been emerging.
Developers are snatching up aging golf course properties—many closed or losing money—with an eye toward combining housing with other uses while often trying to preserve at least some of the greenery for community use.