More than 30 internationally-renowned real estate industry leaders have been elected to four-year terms as Urban Land Institute (ULI) Global Governing Trustees, while numerous other industry luminaries have been added or reappointed to ULI’s Global Board of Directors and regional executive committees.
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In this report, ULI and Heitman examine what new reporting requirements will mean for real estate investors stemming from existing and proposed government regulations requiring real estate companies to disclose climate-related risks related to their properties and overall business models. Gain insight into key strategies investors can use to optimize their portfolios and best position themselves in the market now and as the future regulatory environment unfolds.
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ULI is proud to mark the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month and celebrate our esteemed Latino/a/x and Hispanic members, dedicated staff, and invaluable contributors to the real estate community. Over the coming weeks, we will proudly spotlight members and projects that have left an indelible mark, exemplifying the impact of Latino/a/x and Hispanic professionals in our industry. ULI is committed to pursuing unrelenting efforts to shape the built environment toward diverse, equitable, and inclusive communities. We continue to believe that current and future industry actions can—and must—remedy the impact of exclusionary practices that have affected the Hispanic community in the real estate industry and thereby create access and foster unity.
Ten winners have been selected for the 2023 ULI Americas Awards for Excellence. Projects and programs include those from all over the Americas region that have demonstrated remarkable approaches and innovative leadership in their developments. With a total of 68 projects and programs submitted, an esteemed group of 13 jurors chose these winners for their ability to inform and influence the future of the real estate industry and civic landscape, thereby creating more equitable communities, cross-sector collaboration, sustainable practices, and heightened resilience in the face of environmental challenges.
There is a historic opportunity to correct social inequities and expand economic, social, and environmental benefits as the real estate industry transitions to net zero operations. With rising stakeholder pressure to link environmental and social goals, this new report highlights the critical role of real estate owners, developers, and investors in centering marginalized communities in decarbonization. Learn from real estate leaders who are already implementing equitable net zero strategies and explore how addressing social inequities and embracing a just transition can drive transformative change.
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