After years of planning, the first phase of one of Washington, D.C.’s most ambitious projects, the Wharf, opened in October. The Wharf is but one of the ambitious real estate developments planned, under construction, or recently completed along waterfronts in America’s Mid-Atlantic region, including D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.Read More
The North American tower crane tally is holding relatively steady as of the first half of 2018, according to the Rider Levett Bucknall Crane Index. A total of 383 cranes were counted in January 2018, up two from July 2017, a 0.5 percent increase.Read More
With e-commerce players remaking the retail sector, industrial real estate developers are hustling to provide the infrastructure needed to get packages to doorsteps in hours instead of days.
Millions of people will be watching this year’s Super Bowl. But for the host city of Minneapolis, the event is also a chance to showcase its newest sports venue and the urban revitalization that has come with it.Read More
A forgotten area in the Polish capital now sports a 49-story tower lauded for high design and public spaces.
Members of ULI’s Global Exchange Council discuss factors and trends influencing real estate investment and development decisions.
Europacity and the recently sold Sony Center are two examples demonstrating why Berlin is considered a market to watch.
According to a recent report from RCLCO, home sales at America’s 50 top-selling master-planned communities surpassed the 2016 totals by more than 17 percent last year. The Villages in Central Florida’s 2,231 sales puts them in the top spot again, while California’s Irvine Ranch, with sales of 1,814, comes in at second place, followed by Florida’s Lakewood Ranch, with 1,206 total sales.
Regulations addressing local conditions could spur new supply in the coming years, writes Diane de Felice, a shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck.
San Antonio proudly waves the banner of Military City USA. In fact, the City of San Antonio recently secured a registered trademark for the Military City USA moniker and unveiled an accompanying logo that’s appropriately red, white and blue.