Sustainability

Four Approaches to Containing Cost While Lowering Emissions in Design and Construction

Leading development and construction companies participating in the ULI Spring Meeting Webinar Series showcased how innovation in design and construction is creating significant opportunities for reducing environmental impact, with significant savings that can offset any added cost.

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Eight Open Spaces Chosen as Finalists for 2020 ULI Urban Open Space Award

ULI will announce the winner(s) by October, and the jury will allocate a prize purse of $10,000 to one or more winning project teams.

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ULI Coastal Forum Looks at How Toronto Is Floodproofing for the Future

In 2013, Toronto had record-high rainfall and flash flooding that overwhelmed urban stormwater and river systems, and ultimately caused an estimated $940 million in damage payouts. In 2019, Lake Ontario experienced record lake level conditions. Waterfront Toronto is in the process of transforming this vulnerable site to both revitalize the city’s eastern waterfront and manage flood risk.

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U.S. Multifamily Owners Hold Tight, Plan for the Future at Increased Utility Loads

Multifamily owners are navigating a sensitive balance when considering options to optimize and address increased energy and water loads while also working with their residents to navigate the new physical risk challenges posed by COVID-19.

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