Published:
Book Summary:

This report, which grows out of the ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative, will explore the interconnections between human-powered transportation (i.e. walking and bicycling) and real estate. Does active transportation create real estate value? Is “trail-oriented development the new “TOD”? This report will explore how investments in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure are generating economic development and increased real estate value. It will describe what innovative developers and communities are doing to support walking and biking and it will provide case studies of how bike/ped infrastructure is stimulating adjacent development. It will also explore market demand and highlight best practices and innovations in active transportation.

Book Summary: This report, which grows out of the ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative, will explore the interconnections between human-powered transportation (i.e. walking and bicycling) and real estate. Does active transportation create real estate value? Is “trail-oriented development the new “TOD”? This report will explore how investments in bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure are generating economic development and increased real estate value. It will describe what innovative developers and communities are doing to support walking and biking and it will provide case studies of how bike/ped infrastructure is stimulating adjacent development. It will also explore market demand and highlight best practices and innovations in active transportation.

DETAILS
Format: Paperback
Pages: 66
ISBN: 9780874203622
RELATED
Report

Health and Social Equity in Real Estate: State of the Market

This report presents a snapshot of real estate professionals’ awareness and adoption of practices supporting health and social equity, and identifies opportunities for further implementation of such practices by real estate organizations and ULI.
Report

Health and Social Equity: Examples from the Field

By demonstrating what companies have already achieved at their properties, and their motivations for doing so, this report aims to accelerate the uptake of health and social equity initiatives in commercial real estate portfolios market wide.
Virtual Tour

Aoyama Building

2019 Winner: ULI Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence Originally built in 1972, the Aoyama Building in the fashionable Aoyama district looks onto the crown prince’s residence, steps away from a subway station.
Topics

Featured Content Pillars

  • Housing and Communites
  • Real Estate Finance and Investment
  • Sustainability and Economic Performance
  • Innovation in Development Practice
  • Shaping Successful Cities and Regions