Market Trends

Achieving Inclusive and Sustainable Growth in the 21st Century

At the recent ULI Europe Conference in London, Michael Gove, the current Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for the U.K., and Lord Adair Turner, chair of both the Energy Transitions Commission and the Institute for New Economic Thinking, discussed how inclusive and sustainable economic growth can be achieved while also addressing issues of climate change and wage inequality.

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As U.S. Economy Keeps Rolling, Growth Potential of Brooklyn and New York’s Other Boroughs Attracts Investors

Though real estate experts keep worrying about a possible recession, the U.S. economy continues to perform well, and the prospects for real estate investment are still strong, panelists said at a ULI New York event in Manhattan during January.

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Urban Employers Looking at Solutions for Providing Housing

Recent moves by companies like tech giant Microsoft and health care provider Kaiser Permanente to invest in housing initiatives represent a form of “enlightened self-interest,” said panelists during the recent ULI Housing Opportunity 2019 conference in Newport Beach, California.

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In Brief: Minneapolis, San Diego Are Top U.S. Multifamily Markets for 2019

According to a forecast by Marcus & Millichap, Minneapolis/St. Paul climbed two spots to head this year’s National Multifamily Index, as sustained apartment demand kept vacancy persistently tight, allowing for steady rent growth. San Diego also inched up two notches on solid rent growth to claim second place.

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Recent Articles

  • Preserving and Incentivizing Affordable Housing for California

    February 7, 2019

    With rental rates skyrocketing in many U.S. cities, more states are exploring ways to protect tenants and address the mounting issues of affordable housing, without wading into the controversial morass of rent control, said panelists during the ULI Housing Opportunity 2019 conference.

  • Opportunity Zones and Human Capital: Insights from the Marshall Plan

    February 4, 2019

    Why CRE professionals of color should be included in opportunity zone plans.

  • Product Council Outlook for the Sharing Economy

    January 22, 2019

    How is the sharing economy shaking up the real estate industry?

  • Hospitality and Coworking Seen as Bright Spots for Investors in Asia

    January 14, 2019

    Japan’s hospitality sector, coworking across Asia’s cities, and core assets in Australia were picked as positive investment stories for the Asia Pacific region by a wide-ranging panel of experts at the ULI China Mainland Winter Meeting in Shanghai.

  • Changing the Narrative on Affordable Housing in the Twin Cities

    December 18, 2018

    Stakeholders who have worked to push for more affordable housing know firsthand that it can often be a contentious issue. But what if there were a way to avoid strategies that “backfire” and instead leverage more effective messaging to build public will and get people excited about providing high-quality housing for everyone? Advocates for more affordable housing described what methods are working for them, including the recent zoning changes in Minneapolis, at a recent ULI Minnesota event.

  • Most Popular Urban Land Articles of 2018

    December 17, 2018

    As we close the books on 2018, we look back on the topics that resonated most with the online readers of Urban Land in the past year. Thank you to all of ULI’s members who contributed their expertise to many of these articles.

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