The protests for racial justice that spread throughout the United States and beyond during the summer, along with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, have elevated health and social equity as focus areas for real estate practitioners. Two new reports by ULI’s Building Healthy Places Initiative and Greenprint Center for Building Performance share data and insights about trends, drivers, and leading approaches. Read more.
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Accelerating Suburban Growth. Work from Home and the Impact on Office Demand. The Great Fiscal Challenge. Download your copy of Emerging Trends in Real Estate®: United States and Canada 2021 on Knowledge Finder to dig deeper into this year’s trends.
What does it take to be a successful real estate developer? Author John McNellis tells you how, sharing practical tips and advice from his wealth of experience over 35 years in real estate development. The newly released, second edition of Making It in Real Estate contains 25 additional chapters on topics including leadership, finance, and weathering downturns. Now available at the ULI Bookstore.
How do the experts see key economic and real estate indicators moving by the end of 2020, 2021, and 2022? Hear a lively debate among leading economists and analysts who participated in ULI’s Real Estate Economic Forecast survey as they explain their views. Webinar now available on demand on Knowledge Finder.
How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect real estate in 2021, and what trends will emerge? Learn about the challenges and opportunities in the year ahead with a free print report of Emerging Trends in Real Estate®—one of the most highly regarded annual industry outlooks for the real estate and land use industry. Be the first to find out what’s next with membership. Join ULI with source code TRENDS2021.
Bigger, hotter, and more frequent wildfires are causing increasing amounts of infrastructure destruction, economic hardship, and trauma across the United States. This report lays out in clear detail how the industry can prepare for the future while showcasing projects and policies that have successfully incorporated wildfire resilience to reduce risk to communities. Download the report on Knowledge Finder.
The first global report to look at the impact of the Future of Work on real estate and cities over the next three to five years foresees a strong focus on flexibility, demanded by both workers and corporates, relating not only to the work activity but also the space and location. Read more about the joint publication from ULI and EY and download the report on Knowledge Finder.