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    Urban Land Institute

    • newFour Teams Advance to Final Round in ULI Hines Student Competition
      Four teams have been selected as the finalists for the 18th annual ULI/Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition, a…The post Four Teams Advance to Final Round in ULI Hines Student Competition appeared first on Urban Land Magazine.
      - 3 hours ago 19 Feb 20, 8:50pm -
    • Tech Concepts Becoming Reality in New Developments
      Panelists at the 2020 ULI Tampa Trends event said that smart parking and traffic sensors are already being incorporated into large projects, and Microsoft is funding the use of artificial intelligence at the University of South Florida's medical scho…
      - 1 day ago 18 Feb 20, 6:20pm -
    • World Cities Are Passing Aggressive Measures to Cut Carbon in Real Estate
      Proactive developers adapt their due diligence procedures, manage change, and deploy green features to protect their bottom line.The post World Cities Are Passing Aggressive Measures to Cut Carbon in Real Estate appeared first on Urban Land Magazine…
      - 1 day ago 18 Feb 20, 5:04pm -
    • Sharing Sidewalk Labs’ Vision of a City of the Future
      “Cities need to grow to thrive,” Dan Doctoroff said. “But we can’t take growth for granted.” Doctoroff is the chairman and CEO of Sidewalk Labs, a subsidiary of Google parent Alphabet. Doctoroff was speaking at the 2020 ULI Europe Conferenc…
      - 1 day ago 18 Feb 20, 4:19pm -
    • Future-Proofing Large Developments in a Time of Change
      A central goal for developers as they assess changing priorities for tenants is being prepared for future disruptions, panelists said at a ULI Washington event titled “Designing for a New Decade.” This can mean anything from thinking about how cl…
      - 5 days ago 14 Feb 20, 5:08pm -
    • In Brief: Fourth-Quarter Lending Momentum Rises Year over Year
      The U.S. Federal Reserve’s interest rate reductions, combined with continued economic growth, supported strong commercial real estate lending activity in the fourth quarter of 2019, according to the latest research from CBRE. The CBRE Lending Mome…
      - 6 days ago 13 Feb 20, 7:37pm -
    • Private-Equity Investors Focused on Data Centers, Logistics Sector in South Korea
      Niche strategies and development are high on the agenda for investors looking to hit their return targets in South Korea. A group of private-equity real estate managers gathered at the ULI South Korea Annual Conference, held in Seoul in January to di…
      - 8 days ago 11 Feb 20, 10:09pm -
    • Seeing the Built Environment as Both the Problem and the Solution for Climate Change
      Nearly every speaker at the ULI Europe 2020 Conference in Amsterdam had something to say about one issue: climate change. The property industry is directly at risk from increasingly frequent extreme weather events, and stricter regulations are shapin…
      - 9 days ago 10 Feb 20, 5:55pm -
    • ULI Europe Names Two 2020 Leadership Awards Winners
      Renowned real estate entrepreneur Wolfgang Egger, who founded PATRIZIA AG over 35 years ago, has won the 2020 ULI European Leader Award. Rising star Hala El Akl, a director at PLP Architecture, was named the ULI European Talent Award winner in the UL…
      - 9 days ago 10 Feb 20, 4:44pm -
    • As Tampa Grows, Housing and Transportation Lead Agenda for New Mayor
      Talk of a true urban “transformation” tends to carry more weight when it comes from a former police chief-turned-mayor speaking at a reinvented former trolley warehouse. The Mayor of Tampa, Florida, Jane Castor, greeted attendees at a recent ULI…
      - 9 days ago 10 Feb 20, 4:17pm -


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        • How Cities Are Evolving to Meet the Sharp Rise in Shipping Demands
          As online shopping cements its place in the current retail industry, cities have to contend with the rise in urban freight trips, package deliveries and other associated factors. Plus, expedited options like two-day, one-day, overnight and two-hour d…
          - 31 Jan 19, 4:53pm -
        • Does the City of the Future Mean Fewer Cars?
          The U.S. has long been the land of the automobile. We design cities around parking lots, create suburbs “within driving distance” of major metropolises and have highways that span coast to coast. The car is an undeniable part of America’s histo…
          - 28 Jan 19, 3:18pm -
        • How CCTV Cameras Are Changing Cities for the Better
          Who’s afraid of “Big Brother?” Apparently, not the British public. In the UK, the number of surveillance cameras mounted in the country range from 2 million to 5 million. Londoners are practically under surveillance at every turn, making it one…
          - 22 Jan 19, 4:00pm -
        • The Real Cost of Luxury Student Housing in U.S. College Towns
          When Blake-Leigh Kibbit moved off campus her sophomore year of college, she received enough financial aid to continue living close to the Florida State University campus in Tallahassee’s College Town, a popular neighborhood whose steep rent prices…
          - 10 Jan 19, 4:00pm -
        • A New Breed of Master-Planned Communities Place the Focus on Health & Wellbeing
          Experts in the health and wellbeing fields have long known there’s a strong correlation between a person’s lifestyle and how well they age. Much of that knowledge and research, which medical experts still rely on today, came from the famed Framin…
          - 2 Jan 19, 5:45pm -
        • The Road Most Traveled: The Busiest Airports in the World and How to Get There
          It’s the most wonderful time of the year – and the busiest for air travel. With the holiday season right around the corner, people everywhere are planning their winter getaways. Whether it’s to accommodate those jetting off to somewhere tropica…
          - 18 Dec 18, 8:45pm -
        • How Developers Can Help Reduce Loneliness in Cities
          Honking car horns, blaring sirens and crowded sidewalks teeming with pedestrians at every turn, that’s the typical scene in many major cities around the world. However, despite the endless noise of city life, there’s a deafening silence that’s…
          - 14 Dec 18, 8:10pm -
        • Location, Collaboration and Technology Bring Businesses to Master-Planned Lake Nona
          Providing a great real estate opportunity, a great place for people to play, a great place for people to live comfortably, with great access to transportation and airports is all part of what brings companies here. When a major corporation is looking…
          - 13 Dec 18, 4:35pm -
        • City, Suburb or the Best of Both? The Rise of Neo-Urban Communities
          Around the world, cities are growing day by day, surging in population growth and new infrastructure projects. As the UN  estimates, nearly 70 percent of the world’s population will reside in urban areas by 2020. But what about the remaining 30 pe…
          - 11 Dec 18, 2:32pm -
        • Ghost Signs: Fading Vintage Ads Bring Nostalgia to Neighborhoods—and Possibly Value to Properties
          Nostalgic and a bit eerie, ghost signs—fading advertisements from previous decades that still remain—hark back to a time when hand-painted advertisements on building facades were the primary way businesses marketed to motorists, commuters and pas…
          - 10 Dec 18, 9:18pm -