10 Principles for a New Era of Multifamily Rental Housing

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On January 16, 2014, ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing, in partnership with the American Planning Association and the National Multifamily Housing Council, held the first annual ULI/Carolyn and Preston Butcher Forum on Multifamily Housing. Attended by over 50 industry leaders, the event provided a forum to discuss the changing multifamily residential landscape and led to the development of a series of “big ideas” for expanding the availability of rental housing nationwide. The ten principles presented here are a summary of the ideas framed at this event….
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Housing in America: Integrating Housing, Health, and Resilience in a Changing Environment

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Extreme weather events are becoming more frequent and causing more damage in cities across the United States, which directly impacts the health and resilience of individuals and entire communities. This report explores how households and communities are responding to these impacts….
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Residential Futures II: Thought-Provoking Ideas on What’s Next for Multigenerational Housing and Intergenerational Communities

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In the spring of 2013, the leadership of two ULI product councils – the Senior Housing Council and the Community Development Council – came together to discuss intergenerational living. Residential Futures II captures thoughtful comments and thought-provoking ideas from ULI members on what’s next for intergenerational communities and multigenerational housing….
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RFP: City of Arlington- Stadium View

The City of Arlington (City) is in the process of acquiring the following Property containing approximately 18.37 acres of land. Should the City acquire the Property, the City would like to offer the Property for redevelopment by a qualified developer who will develop it with a high quality product recognized as a model of exemplary office development within a mixed use environment….
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Nashville, Tennessee: A Governors Advisory Program Panel Report

With economic conditions improving in Tucson (and throughout the country) and a new streetcar line being put in place for summer 2014, downtown Tucson is primed to catalyze citywide growth. The city of Tucson asked the Urban Land Institute to identify what type of development is recommended for the vacant land within the study area, a 500-acre section of central and western downtown, spanning past Interstate 10. …
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