Research & Publications

One of the key objectives of the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing is to provide thought leadership on housing production and affordability. The Terwilliger Center Team periodically conducts research and releases publications on the trending topics and issues facing the industry.

In this section, explore our current and past research efforts as well as selected reports. The featured projects and reports below represent the range of housing issues address through the Center’s program of work.

Terwilliger Center Research, Publications & Related Reports

Family Renter Housing

The report, Family Renter Housing: A Response to the Changing Growth Dynamics of the Next Decade, outlines the…

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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…

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What Works for Building and Sustaining Mixed-Income Communities: A Perspective from the Development Community

Two ULI members, working with ULI Terwilliger Center staff, have written an essay on the developer’s role in cultivating inclusive,…

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Attainable Housing: Challenges, Perceptions and Solutions

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Affordable Housing, Washington, DC – Advisory Service Panel

An advisory services panel made recommendations to Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on increasing the supply of affordable…

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North Charleston, South Carolina – Advisory Service Panel

The Advisory Services Panel was invited to North Charleston in March 2019 to offer a fresh perspective on…

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The New Geography of Urban Neighborhoods

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How Smarter Land Use Policies Can Strengthen Local Housing Markets

A new Urban Land Institute (ULI) report, Yes in My Backyard, shows how state and local governments can…

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Homelessness in the Los Angeles Region, California— Advisory Services Panel

At the suggestion of several ULI member leaders active in Los Angeles, and with the advice and guidance…

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