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    Urban Land Institute

    • Confronting COVID-19: Healthier Buildings and Optimizing for Mental Health
      The role of the built environment in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and helping people cope with the pandemic and its aftermath was discussed by healthy building experts convened by ULI. The post Confronting COVID-19: Healthier Buildings and Optimiz…
      - 3 days ago 3 Apr 20, 5:41pm -
    • What ULI Members are Saying: Browse Thought Leadership Featuring Member Expertise
      Since 1936, our members' shared knowledge, networks, and experience have guided the real estate industry through times of uncertainty and change. In the face of the current environment, ULI's members are shaping the industry response to COVID-19 and…
      - 4 days ago 2 Apr 20, 2:02pm -
    • Addressing the Impact of COVID-19: A Roundup of Available ULI Resources
      Make the most of your ULI membership in these uncertain times by leveraging your ULI network and accessing the wealth of member insights available, including these online resources.The post Addressing the Impact of COVID-19: A Roundup of Available U…
      - 4 days ago 2 Apr 20, 1:43pm -
    • Owners and Tenants Adjusting to a New World for Multifamily
      Multifamily property managers in the United States are developing a new playbook to deal with the COVID-19 crisis. The primary focus for apartment owners and managers is making sure their residents and employees are safe. At the same time, the indust…
      - 5 days ago 1 Apr 20, 9:51pm -
    • Cities within Cities: Toronto’s New Mega-Mixed-Use Projects
      Seeking innovative ways to accommodate Toronto's growing population, developers across the city are launching “mega-mixed-use” projects that are redefining urban living for generations to come.The post Cities within Cities: Toronto’s New Mega-…
      - 5 days ago 1 Apr 20, 9:00pm -
    • Stay Connected and Engaged: Upcoming ULI Webinars

      - 6 days ago 31 Mar 20, 7:10pm -
    • Audio: Leading Voices in Real Estate
      ULI Los Angeles recently hosted a recording of Leading Voices in Real Estate, a podcast hosted by Matt Slepin, founder managing partner of Terra Search and a ULI Foundation Governor. Now in its third year, this podcast also recently featured Spencer…
      - 7 days ago 30 Mar 20, 5:41pm -
    • Insights for Real Estate Leaders on Public Health and the Built Environment
      The global impact to human health and economic stability resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak is likely to quickly and dramatically elevate health and wellness as key factors influencing urban design and development as well as building management and…
      - 10 days ago 27 Mar 20, 6:54pm -
    • What Works to Create and Sustain Mixed-Income Communities
      Two ULI members, working with ULI Terwilliger Center staff, have authored an essay on the developer’s role in cultivating inclusive, equitable mixed-income communities.The post What Works to Create and Sustain Mixed-Income Communities appeared fir…
      - 12 days ago 25 Mar 20, 8:16pm -
    • Reshaping Europe’s Retail in an Age of E-Commerce
      A timely report by ULI Europe sets out the potential triggers for the required restructuring of Europe’s retail real estate sector. The post Reshaping Europe’s Retail in an Age of E-Commerce appeared first on Urban Land Magazine.
      - 12 days ago 25 Mar 20, 3:05pm -


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        Blueprint by CBRE

        • 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 -