Industrial

From left to right: Rients Dijkstra, professor of urban design, Delft University; Phillip Bouteiller, CEO of TXL Berlin; and  Katrina Sichel speaking at the 2017 ULI Netherlands Conference.

Creating Offices and Housing from Berlin’s Aging Airport

For more than 20 million passengers annually, Tegel Airport is the gateway to Berlin. As a new international airport is being built, an ambitious project is intended to transform Tegel into an “urban tech republic.”

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  • Robotic Warehouses, Drone Delivery Help Feed China’s Growing Appetite for E-commerce

    June 16, 2017

    Logistics property developer GLP is taking advantage of new technologies to increase efficiency for its tenants. Chief executive officer Ming Mei told attendees at the ULI Asia Pacific Summit 2017 that his firm is using big data to improve efficiency in its logistics parks in China, analyzing everything from the temperature of cold-storage trucks to site selection for logistics tenants.

  • As China Reshuffles, Could Japan Become a Bigger External Investor?

    This year, global investors should be keeping an eye on politics in China, Japan’s outbound investment, and the logistics sector, said a panel of senior industry figures speaking at the recent ULI Asia Pacific Summit 2017.

  • Craft Breweries Bring Placemaking and Economic Development to St. Louis Neighborhoods

    June 5, 2017

    There was a time before Prohibition when St. Louis had more than 40 breweries. By the 1980s, however, that number had dwindled to just two. Today, experts speaking at a ULI panel said St. Louis’s smaller brewery scene is again thriving, with 50 separate breweries operating locally.

  • Legalized Marijuana Sector Creates Opportunity, Special Requirements

    May 12, 2017

    Commercialized marijuana is big business and is expanding as a new asset class at an astronomical rate, according to a ULI Spring Meeting panel of industry investors, operators, and legal experts on the state of the cannabis business and real estate opportunities being created in the sector. Twenty-eight states have legalized the sale of medical marijuana, and eight states plus the District of Columbia allow recreational marijuana to some degree.

  • Three Cities Tapping into the U.S. Brewery Boom

    April 7, 2017

    Breweries have an almost magical ability to revitalize neighborhoods and even entire towns, according to panelists speaking at ULI’s 2017 Carolinas Meeting.

  • In Brief: U.S. Industrial Markets Maintained Record Pace in 2016

    February 8, 2017

    Last month, Cushman & Wakefield reported that U.S. industrial markets absorbed 63.6 million square feet (5.9 million sq m) of space in the final quarter of 2016, which propelled net absorption for the year to a record-setting 282.9 million square feet (26.3 million sq m). According to the company, the U.S. industrial vacancy rate for all product types continued to decline in the fourth quarter, falling 30 basis points (bps) from the prior quarter and 100 bps from the prior year to 5.5 percent.

  • E-Commerce Retailers Solving for Last Logistical Mile as Projected Sales Top $2 Trillion

    November 21, 2016

    When it comes to the e-commerce explosion, it’s all about “the last mile,” and almost anything is imaginable. “The last mile can be executed on foot, bicycle, hand cart, unicycle, skateboard, jetpack, Uber, Lyft—the list goes on,” said Benjamin Conwell of Cushman & Wakefield, a former director of Amazon’s North American real estate operations, speaking at the 2016 ULI Fall Meeting.

  • ULI to Advise on Transformation of Port, Former Steel Mill in South Carolina

    September 19, 2016

    A ULI Advisory Services panel will visit the city of Georgetown and Georgetown County to advise representatives on how best to transform a 150-acre (61 ha) site into a catalyst for economic development.

  • Philadelphia, S. Florida among Emerging Logistics Hubs for the Next Decade

    January 25, 2016

    Over the next decade, 20 markets worldwide—including south Florida; Santiago, Chile; El Bajío, Mexico; and Philadelphia—are set to emerge as global logistics hubs, according to a new report from CBRE Group Inc.

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