Developing for Leisure: How to Relax in a New World

ULI Member-only Content: Distinguished placemakers discuss how resort and recreation developments can adapt to consumers’ changing priorities.

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Rising to the Next Challenge in Retail’s Evolution in South Florida

MEMBER—ONLY CONTENT: Despite the challenges facing the retail sector in 2020, South Florida’s Aventura Mall has continued to reinvent itself as a retail destination.  

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In Brief: The Villages Tops RCLCO’s MPC Midyear Sales Survey

Total new home sales in master-planned communities tracked by RCLCO are up over 16 percent from a year earlier, despite the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the company’s midyear survey. The 50 top-selling master-planned communities (MPCs) in the country sold almost 7 percent more homes than the communities that made up last year’s top 50 list, according to RCLCO data.

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Product Council Outlook for Senior Housing

ULI MEMBER ONLY-CONTENT: Experts in real estate development for the age-qualified and service-enriched housing sectors discuss changing consumer preferences in senior living and other trends affecting operators.

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Recent Articles

  • CIBC Square Builds a Bridge in Downtown Toronto

    July 6, 2020

    The two towers of CIBC Square are rising on either side of the busy rail yards and train platforms of Toronto’s Union Station. A new park will span the air between the two buildings, bridging the gap over the train tracks.

  • ULI Terwilliger Center Releases Pilot Home Attainability Index

    June 29, 2020

    The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing has created a Home Attainability Index, designed to support ULI district councils, local municipalities, and members of the development community who are working to address longstanding challenges related to home affordability. Attainable housing and income segregation remain major challenges for families and communities across the United States.

  • Old Town, New Ideas: An Innovative Approach to Chinese Old Town Regeneration

    June 17, 2020

    In recent decades, SOM’s urban design work in China has created several successful old town redevelopment planning projects—such as Shanghai Xintiandi and Foshan Lingnan Tiandi—that integrate China’s ancient urban heritage into a new type of urban placemaking, one that celebrates local traditions while also creating immeasurable economic, social, and cultural value. Guangzhou’s Old Town is the latest of these.

  • UL Interview: Vincent Lo, Chairman of Shui On Land, on Addressing COVID-19

    June 8, 2020

    Kenneth Rhee, executive director of ULI China Mainland, spoke with ULI leader Vincent Lo, chairman of Shui On Land, about his thoughts on the near-term impact of COVID-19 on China’s real estate market and how the urban environment and real estate industry will change.

  • Singapore’s Newest University Plans for the Future of Learning

    The Punggol Digital District, set to launch in 2023, will form a fresh nexus between higher education and industrial innovation, with its two anchor institutions being the Singapore Institute of Technology and a new business park developed by JTC Corporation, an industrial property developer and manager.

  • Vibrant New Neighborhoods Rise on Old Industrial Sites in Toronto

    June 2, 2020

    West Don Lands and the Canary District, Liberty Village, and Concord CityPlace demonstrate urban renewal done well.

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