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Wall Street Journal, January 1, 2019: To Woo Millennials, Atlanta Considers Covering Highways With Parks
A team of national experts with the Urban Land Institute is scheduled to visit Atlanta in February to review a plan to create about 14 acres of new park land over the interstate and offer advice, according to Central Atlanta Progress officials.
Wall Street Journal, January 1, 2019: Chinese Investors Back Away From Global Property Markets
Many executives think that prices of major property asset classes such as apartments, office, industrial and retail are fairly priced or overpriced, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate (R) Asia Pacific 2019, a survey conducted by the Urban Land Institute and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC.
Washington Post, January 15, 2019: Despite affordability barriers, millennials want to stay in D.C. for the long term, survey says
According to a recent survey by ULI Washington, a majority of millennials want to stay in DC. Those millennials who move out of the area appear to be quickly replaced by young people new to Washington.
Boston Real Estate Times, January 14, 2019: Matt Pullen is the New Chair of the Boston/New England Chapter of Urban Land Institute
Matt Pullen, executive managing director at NKF Capital Markets, is now the Chair of the Boston/New England District Council of the Urban Land Institute, according to an announcement by ULI Boston. He brings 12 years of ULI experience to his chairmanship, having served on the national Office Development Product Council, the local Boston Market Council and Young Leaders Group, and the Fall Meeting Host Committee.
Yahoo News, January 23, 2019: Tiny homes are popping up across US. Here’s how they could help affordable housing crisis.
According to the Urban Land Institute, tiny homes are popping up in dense cities across the country as young professional singles prioritize living in hip, walkable communities over spacious accommodations. Smaller micro-apartments, some with less than 400 square feet, are popular in places like New York, San Francisco, Austin and Chicago.
In-Building Tech, January 15, 2019: 18-hour cities emerge as top areas for commercial real estate development
According to a Emerging Trends in Real Estate (R) 2019, a recent report by PwC and the Urban Land Institute, nine of the top 10 markets and 17 of the top 20 markets with strong projected employment growth and stability fell into the category of 18-hour cities.
Commercial Observer, January 8, 2019: Surprising Investments: How Global Investment Dollars Are Pouring Into Unexpected Places
In the 2019 Emerging Trends in Real Estate report released by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the companies anticipate “declining investment prospects in five of six major property types (with single-family housing being the only exception), coupled with weakening development prospects in four of six categories (with only industrials and hotels improving).”
Capital Gazette, January 28, 2019: Our Say: Much rides results of Urban Land Institute study
Whatever you think of the Annapolis penchant for hiring consultants and think tanks, there is no doubt that Tuesday’s big reveal of the Urban Land Institute Technical Assistance Panel could be a bellwether moment for the city.
Bisnow, January 21, 2019: The 6 Questions Brexit Leaves Hanging Over UK Real Estate
In the Urban Land Institute and PwC’s Emerging Trends In Real Estate Europe report last autumn, European real estate investors ranked London as above only Moscow and Istanbul in terms of future prospects.
Business Mirror, January 16, 2019: Real-estate logistics, co-living headline emerging trends in Asia Pacific 2019
Manila continues to find it hard to attract international investment despite a healthy domestic market that has seen office rents and capital values continue to rise and vacancies fall based in particular on activity from the online gaming and BPO industries, according to the Emerging Trends in Real Estate Asia Pacific 2019, a real-estate forecast jointly published by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PwC.