What is the value of access to trails, bike lanes, and sidewalks for developers?
How are bike-friendly features being used to position real estate developments in a competitive marketplace?
How can public sector health and environmental goals be aligned with emerging private sector development objectives?
ULI Active Transportation and Real Estate Project
Across the globe, real estate developers are seizing a competitive advantage by leveraging growing interest in biking and walking among residents and tenants. At the same time, municipalities are promoting health, equity, and sustainability by investing in active transportation infrastructure projects, such as trails, greenways, bike lanes, and bike share systems.
ULI’s Active Transportation and Real Estate Project explores the interconnections among walking, bicycling, and real estate development. The Project is being undertaken as part of the Building Healthy Places Initiative, which develops resources that are widely distributed among ULI member and partner networks.
ULI is grateful to the Colorado Health Foundation for its support of this project and the ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative.
Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier
The Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier report explores economic development, quality of life and infrastructure investment trends in active transportation and highlights projects at the leading edge of efforts to leverage investments in walking and bicycling. Learn more.
Real Estate Project Profiles
Catalytic Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure Project Profiles
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