Urban Land is the magazine of the Urban Land Institute. Urban Land covers best practices across a broad spectrum of real estate topics reflecting ULI’s priorities. These include building highly livable, sustainable communities with the transit and other infrastructure necessary to support them; promoting intelligent densification and urbanization worldwide; and understanding how technological and demographic trends will influence the built environment. Six print editions are published annually; the online edition offers fresh content posted daily.
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