Growth pours north out of Dallas, the city nicknamed “the Big D,” and one result has been a boom in the suburb of Frisco, which earned the title of the nation’s fastest-growing city of the 2010s, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Frisco’s growth has spread to nearby Celina, which has grown 10x since 2010.Read More
The same way that urban central business districts are morphing into neighborhoods by adding residential space, older suburban shopping malls and retail centers can get a boost by adding multifamily residential buildings and evolving into mixed-use developments, panelists said at the ULI Fall Meeting in Dallas.Read More
A panel discussion of the ULI/PwC joint-release Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2023: United States and Canada report discussed the right path forward for the commercial real estate industry.Read More
Despite challenges, there is momentum in commercial real estate for capital to be raised and invested in underserved communities across the nation, according to a panel of Dallas/Fort Worth developers at the Fall Meeting in Dallas. The primary example they used to illustrate success is the National Juneteenth Museum in Fort Worth.Read More
October 28, 2022
The real estate industry can help communities build the resilience to react to the changing climate, according to a panel of architects speaking at ULI’s Fall Meeting in Dallas. In doing so, they said, the industry can create value.
If the nearly $3 billion headquarters under construction in midtown Manhattan is any indication, JPMorgan Chase is bullish on the return to office and cities. David Arena, head of global real estate for the company, explained the project has long been in the works.
The Dallas/Fort Worth metro area is rising on powerful growth that will lift it past Chicago to become the third-largest metropolitan statistical area in the nation, experts said during a session at the ULI Fall Meeting in Dallas.
October 27, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic made 2021 a historic year for the shipping and logistics industry, as rising e-commerce sent large retailers and general merchandisers scrambling for warehouse space to hold their inventory, supply-chain issues delayed shipments, real estate developers strained to keep up with demand, and local governments struggled to issue permits quickly with employees working from home.
The current spate of crises causing economic uncertainty around the globe is the result of a cyclical “geopolitical recession,” according to political analyst and entrepreneur Ian Bremmer, president of the political risk consultancy Eurasia Group, speaking at the 2022 ULI Fall Meeting in Dallas.
The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing has selected government bodies in San Diego and Washington, D.C. as winners of the 2022 ULI Robert C. Larson Housing Policy Leadership Award.