Establishing a long-term vision, conserving the city’s cultural heritage, optimizing land use and integrating economic development are among some of the recommendations in a new ULI report on the future urban regeneration of Shanghai. Entitled Ten Principles for Urban Regeneration: Making Shanghai a Better City, the report combines the results of a two-day workshop in Shanghai on urban regeneration with 60 industry leaders drawn from a variety of disciplines, the findings of two further seminars in Hong Kong and Shanghai, and additional research from ULI members. The report outlines ten principles for the … Read More
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ULI New York Broadway Junction TAP On June 25 and 26, ULI New York members completed a Technical Assistance Panel for the NYC Department of City Planning in the Brooklyn neighborhood surrounding the Broadway Junction New York City Subway station complex located at the border of the Bedford-Stuyvesant and East New York neighborhoods. The panel, consisting of a multi-discinplinary team of ULI member experts, was charged with assisting the NYC Department of City Planning with strategies to incentivize large-scale and mixed-use development along the key blocks between Fulton Street and Atlantic Avenue … Read More
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New ULI Publication Documents the Economic Benefits of Developing Healthy Places Released this week at the ULI Spring Meeting in Vancouver, ULI’s Building for Wellness: The Business Case examines the investment payback on incorporating amenities that promote health and wellness, how developers have pursued this objective, and the resulting market response. The report was prepared as part of ULI’s Building Healthy Places initiative, a two-year global program of work that seeks to raise awareness of the connections between health and the built environment, and to encourage the development of communities that are conducive … Read More
Quality of Infrastructure is a Top Deal Maker or Breaker for Real Estate Investment and Development Decisions, Says Infrastructure 2014 Report from ULI and EY The quality of infrastructure systems – including transportation, utilities, and telecommunications – is a top factor influencing real estate investment and development decisions in cities around the world, sharing a high ranking with consumer demand in terms of importance, according to a survey of public- and private-sector leaders conducted by the Urban Land Institute and EY. The findings are included in the Infrastructure 2014: Shaping the … Read More
Infrastructure 2014: Shaping the Competitive City to be released at ULI’s Spring Meeting in Vancouver on April 9 How do real estate developers and investors who could pursue opportunities across cities regionally, nationally, or even internationally think about infrastructure? And how do city leaders use infrastructure investments to position their cities for real estate investment and economic development? Are public and private perceptions and priorities aligned, or do they diverge, and in what ways? Infrastructure 2014: Shaping the Competitive City answers these questions with a survey of top public sector … Read More