Family Renter Housing

The report, Family Renter Housing: A Response to the Changing Growth Dynamics of the Next Decade, outlines the business case and need for more family-oriented housing now and in the next decade. The number of families living in the United States has remained relatively constant for the past 10 years, but this particular demographic is poised to experience explosive growth in the future as more millennials have children. This will require the development community to create new forms of rental housing that target a broader range of households, particularly family-oriented ones. …
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ULI Terwilliger Center Home Attainability Index

With the goal of supporting municipalities and members of the development community working to address longstanding home affordability challenges, the Terwilliger Center has released its pilot Home Attainability Index (Index) and District Council Dashboards (Dashboards). These resources will provide a high-level snapshot of the extent to which a housing market provides a range of attainable choices to the regional workforce….
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Member Spotlight with Susan Powers: Real Estate Industry Needs to be Part of the Health Solution

Susan Powers is President of Urban Ventures, a Denver-based real estate firm that she founded in 1998. Urban Ventures focuses efforts in urban neighborhoods and puts strong emphasis on community building in the context of social, environmental and economic viability. …
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Real Estate Economists Predict Moderate Growth for the Economy and Commercial Real Estate Industry Through 2019, Says New ULI Semi-Annual Market Survey

The U.S. economy and commercial real estate industry are, in general, expected to experience moderate growth through much of 2019, according to a new three-year economic forecast from the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate….
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Team from University of Texas at Austin Wins 2017 ULI Hines Student Competition with Plan to Redevelop Chicago Site; Receives $50,000 in Prize Funds  

A redevelopment plan for a Chicago site presented by a team from the University of Texas at Austin has taken top honors in the 2017 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hines Student Competition, an ideas competition that provides graduate students the opportunity to devise a comprehensive design and development scheme for a large-scale site in an urban area. Members of the team were awarded a first-place prize of $50,000 after the conclusion of the competition on April 6. The three remaining finalist teams, from Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Maryland, and the Université Laval in Quebec, each were awarded $10,000….
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