Promise and Perils: Assessing the Prospects for Adaptive Use

As attention turns to what real estate markets may be like once the COVID-19 pandemic has wound down, the outlook for office properties is particularly hazy. More than a year of home-based work left office spaces idle, and it remains unknown how many people will resume their daily commutes once health conditions and local regulations permit.

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With Inventory Near Record Lows, When Could the U.S. Housing Market Decelerate?

Speaking at the 2021 ULI Housing Opportunity Conference, Ali Wolf, chief economist with Zonda, formerly Meyers Research, said that the homebuilding industry has been a bright spot in the U.S. economy over the last year. But rising mortgage rates and limited inventory are among the issues that may hamper that growth in 2021.

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Prepping for Post-COVID: Six Projects in the Fast-Growing Carolinas Near Completion

At the 2021 ULI Carolinas meeting, held as a virtual/in-person hybrid event in March, the annual Crane Watch session showcased projects under construction in North and South Carolina that use innovative planning and design in their placemaking efforts, creating iconic projects that help shape the neighborhoods that surround them. The projects this year included a historic storefront restoration, a shipping container–based food yard, and a massive nine-block development.

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Outlook for Technology: Asia Pacific

Members of ULI’s Asia Pacific Tech Council discuss the potential long-term impact of the corona­virus pandemic on the real estate industry.

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