ULI Publishes Fifth Edition of Best-Selling Textbook on Real Estate Development


The Urban Land Institute (ULI), a global research and education organization dedicated to leadership in land use and creating thriving, sustainable communities, today released the fifth edition of one of its all-time best-selling titles, Real Estate Development: Principles and Process. Since the first edition was published in 1991, the book has served as one of the leading college textbooks for courses on real estate development, urban planning, architecture, and real estate financ…
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Affordable, Workforce Housing Policies of Connecticut and South Florida Selected as Finalists in National ULI Awards Competition

Small Multifamily Property in New Britain, Connecticut. Photo Credit: CT Main Street Center

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Terwilliger Center for Housing has announced the finalists of this year’s Robert C. Larson Housing Policy Leadership Award, an annual program that recognizes exemplary state and local programs, policies, and practices that support the production, rehabilitation, or preservation of affordable and workforce housing….
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ULI to City of Norfolk: Becoming More Resilient Will Help Improve Economic Stability and Overall Quality of Life


By taking steps to strengthen its resilience to rising sea levels and other impacts of climate change, the City of Norfolk can also improve its economic stability and overall quality of life, according to a report issued by a panel of nationally renowned land use and urban planning experts convened by the Urban Land Institute (ULI)….
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The China Business Council for Sustainable Development Becomes Member of ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance


The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Greenprint Center for Building Performance, a worldwide alliance of leading real estate owners, investors and financial institutions committed to improving the environmental performance of the global property industry, today announced that the China Business Council for Sustainable Development (CBCSD) has become the latest institution to join the organization….
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ULI Advisory Panel To Examine Boston’s Industrial Land Development Issues

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Today a panel of nationally renowned land use and urban planning experts begin a five-day evaluation of metro Boston’s growing industrial land development issues. The Urban Land Institute (ULI) advisory services program convened the panel in order to help the cities of Malden, Massachusetts and Everett, Massachusetts create a plan for how to build on the growing business and mixed-use developments and further develop their unique regional presence and identity….
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Six International Parks Selected as Finalists in 2015 Urban Land Institute Urban Open Space Award Competition

Aerial View of 2015 Urban Open Space Award finalist, Marina Bay. Photo courtesy of URA	.

The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Urban has announced six finalist projects in its global Urban Open Space Award competition, an annual competition that recognizes outstanding examples of successful large- and small-scale public spaces that have socially enriched and revitalized the economy of their surrounding communities….
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ULI to Offer Redevelopment Recommendations for Mid-South Coliseum and Fairgrounds Site in Memphis

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A panel of nationally renowned land use and urban planning experts has been convened by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to make recommendations to the City of Memphis regarding the redevelopment and reuse of the Mid-South Coliseum and Fairgrounds site in the center of the city. ULI is a global, multidisciplinary research and education institute whose 35,000-plus members are dedicated to responsible land use and creating thriving communities around the world….
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ULI Report Shows Gen Y Living Frugally in More Affordable Locations, Sharing Housing with Friends, Family

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New research sponsored by UDR, Inc. and published by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) shows that contrary to popular belief, most Millennials are not living the high life in the downtowns of large cities, but rather are living in less centrally located but more affordable neighborhoods, making ends meet with jobs for which many feel overqualified, and living with parents or roommates to save money. Still, despite their current lifestyle constraints, most are optimistic about the odds for improving their housing and financial circumstances in the years ahead….
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We Can’t Always Get What We Want: New ULI Report, America in 2015, Finds Gap Between Desire for and Availability of Community Attributes Related to Livability

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Many Americans face significant community design-related barriers to living a healthy life, according to a new report, America in 2015, released today by the Urban Land Institute (ULI). A large number of people, particularly minorities and Millennials, report living in areas that lack easy access to safe places for outdoor physical activity, active transportation systems such as bike lanes, and healthy food options….
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