Urban Land Institute Wraps Up “Charter Date” Week In Celebration of 75TH Anniversary: More Than 75 Public Officials Participate In “ULI Day”

The Urban Land Institute (ULI), a global research and education organization dedicated to responsible land use, celebrated 75 years of leadership in community building last week with a series of events in communities throughout the United States – including meetings with the mayors of Washington D.C. and Philadelphia — that highlight the institute’s legacy of shaping and enhancing the built environment….
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Webinar: BRT and land use planning

Please join us at another Rose Center webinar presentation. Representatives from ULI/Curtis Regional Infrastructure Project and ULI Seattle, with local market partners – City of Seattle Office of Regional Transit Planning and King County Department of Planning & Development, will speak about a recent examination of the emerging issue of bus rapid transit (BRT) and how this form of transit can be an organizing catalyst for compact development along commercial arterials. …
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Demographic Changes Mean Dramatic Shifts In Demand for California Housing: ULI Report Finds Imbalance Between Consumer Preferences and Existing Stock

Californians’ housing preferences are changing rapidly—outpacing the rate at which the housing stock can be adapted. This will lead to a dramatic mismatch between housing supply and demand that could last through the next two decades, according to a new report released today by the Urban Land Institute (ULI)….
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Urban Land Institute Celebrates 75 Years of Leadership In Community Building: December 14 Proclaimed “ULI Day” By Mayors, City Council Members In More Than 30 Cities

The Urban Land Institute (ULI), a global research and education organization dedicated to responsible land use, is celebrating 75 years of leadership in community building this week with a series of events in communities throughout the United States and abroad that highlight the institute’s legacy of shaping and enhancing the built environment….
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Asia in the ‘Twilight Zone’ As Financial Woes of U.S. and Europe Weigh Upon Asia Pacific Real Estate Markets, Says Emerging Trends In Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2012

Economic troubles in the United States and Europe are weighing upon local economies across the Asia Pacific region as well as investor sentiment in Asia and Australian real estate markets, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2012, a real estate forecast jointly published by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)….
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