Urban Theorist and Best-Selling Author Richard Florida to Serve As a Senior Visiting Fellow for the Urban Land Institute

Internationally acclaimed urban theorist Richard Florida, author of numerous books on the 21st century urban evolution including The Rise of the Creative Class, Who’s Your City, and The Great Reset, has been named a senior visiting fellow for the Urban Land Institute (ULI)….
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What’s Next? New Urban Land Institute Report Explores How Fundamental Societal Change Could Dramatically Affect Urban Land Use Through the End of the Decade

A new economy is unfolding over the course of this decade, driven by an extraordinary convergence of demographic, financial, technological and environmental trends. Taken together, these trends will dramatically change urban planning, design and development through 2020, according to a new report from the Urban Land Institute (ULI)….
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Land Use Impacts of Rising Demand for Medical Facilities

The Outlook for Health Care

The rising demand for medical services to treat aging baby boomers, combined with shifting treatment approaches to curb rising costs, will significantly increase the need for new and refurbished medical office buildings in the decades ahead, according to a new report, The Outlook for Health Care, published by ULI and Seavest Inc….
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Resilient Cities: Surviving in a New World

Resilient Cities

Resilient Cities is based on the conclusions of a workshop sponsored by the ULI Urban Investment Network, an initiative of the Institute’s operations in Europe. It looks at the principles of resilient cities as well as the issues and solutions related to building resilience in European cities. According to the report, resilience should be a main goal for all cities, since international institutions and the private sector are attracted to cities that are better prepared to handle uncertain times….
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