Terwilliger Center for Housing

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The ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing conducts research, performs analysis, provides expert advice, and develops best practice recommendations that reflect the residential land use and development priorities of ULI members in all residential product types, with special attention to workforce and affordable housing. The Center integrates ULI’s wide-ranging housing activities into a program of work that furthers the development of mixed-income communities with a range of housing options.

The Center was established in 2007 with a gift from longtime member and former ULI chairman, J. Ronald Terwilliger. The Center’s activities are also made possible by contributions from the ULI Foundation, individual ULI members, charitable foundations, and earned revenue.

Terwilliger Center Updates

Evolving U.S. Suburbs Continue to Shape Residential Demand and Development

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Suburban housing markets across the United States are evolving rapidly and overall remain well positioned to maintain their…

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Energized by Changes in Demographics and Consumer Demand, U.S. Suburbs are Positioned to Thrive in the Decades Ahead, Says New ULI Report

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Suburban housing markets across the United States are evolving rapidly and overall remain well-positioned to maintain their relevance…

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Minneapolis Development Selected as Winner of ULI’s 2016 Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Award

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South Quarter IV, a housing development in Minneapolis, has been selected by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Terwilliger…

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New CoStar Data Identifies 5.5 Million Units of Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing in Markets Across the United States

CoStar, a leading data analytics firm for the commercial real estate industry, has identified 5.5 million units of…

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Demographic Strategies for Real Estate

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Rising numbers of female executives, affluent immigrants, younger and older workers, and retirees will have a profound influence…

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Women, Immigrants, Younger and Older Workers, Retirees: Reshaping Community Building for the Next Ten Years, Says New ULI Report

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Rising numbers of female executives, affluent immigrants, younger and older workers, and retirees will have a profound influence…

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Inclusionary Zoning: Not a Silver Bullet, but Effective under the Right Conditions

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The report offers an impartial analysis of inclusionary zoning policies, which cities are adopting to leverage market-rate development…

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New ULI Report Looks at How to Best Use Zoning Policies to Spur Workforce Housing Development

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The potential and limitations associated with inclusionary zoning, a tool used by a growing number U.S. cities to…

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The Economics of Inclusionary Development

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Cities are increasingly using their zoning authority to encourage the development of new workforce housing units. A study…

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About the Center

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