A ULI member from Pittsburgh calls for the real estate industry to help broaden the discussion of infrastructure to include a range of enabling urban systems such as energy, water, food production, and material infrastructure—and this time design them for and with the people these systems serve.Read More
Humanity has reached the limits of centralization and scale, and needs a return to light, space, and nature for fulfilment, says Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.Read More
Twelve outstanding real estate development projects from across the Asia Pacific region have been selected as winners of the 2021 ULI Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence, which is widely recognized as one of the real estate industry’s most prestigious award programs. A ceremony honoring the winners took place at the 2021 ULI Asia Pacific Summit.Read More
ULI has announced 10 finalists in the 2021 ULI Europe Awards for Excellence for projects that exemplify best land use practice from across the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region. Overall winners will be announced as part of an online ceremony in early July and will be automatically nominated for the 2021 ULI Global Awards for Excellence, which will be announced later this year.Read More
May 12, 2021
NASA’s landing of the Perseverance rover on Mars in February and its deployment of a tiny robotic helicopter—both achieved in the midst of a pandemic—provide a lesson in how teamwork, flexibility, and creativity can overcome daunting challenges, the mission’s chief engineer told a remote audience at ULI’s Virtual Spring Meeting.
May 11, 2021
An “urban exodus” may be a myth, but a hybrid of office-based and non-office workplaces may become a norm, say panelists Richard Florida of the University of Toronto, Diane Hoskins of Gensler, and Mark Grinis of EY.
May 3, 2021
A recent ULI Advisory Services panel focused on resilience in Sonoma County, California, and the city of Santa Rosa, after three consecutive years of devastating wildfires.
April 26, 2021
Four students from the London Business School have been announced as winners of the second ULI Hines Student Competition–Europe. The pan-European virtual real estate competition challenged teams to present their vision of a future workplace, based on the redevelopment of an office site in Amsterdam.
April 12, 2021
A team composed of students from three Toronto-area universities—Ryerson University, York University, and the University of Toronto—has taken top honors in the 2021 ULI Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition.
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