Session Summary: In this session, panelists addressed how the latest trends, particularly remote work and short-term rentals, are creating affordability challenges for resort communities, particularly for the residents who support the very industries that make those communities attractive. Practitioners from across the country discussed barriers such as restrictive zoning and NIMBYism and highlighted solutions they are using in their work, including community outreach and mixing affordable units in with market rate.
The ULI Advisory Services panel examined how to expedite housing production in the Folsom CBD and the North Watt Avenue corridors, as those areas are designated green zones that have capacity for infill development and high potential for reducing veh...
The City of Miami is facing both an affordability and housing availability crisis. While tens of thousands of units are currently under construction, most are homogenous in housing type and location: luxury or market rate multifamily and condominiums...
First Baptist Fort Lauderdale (“FBFTL”) is a historic Church comprising approximately 6.7 acres of land in the heart of Fort Lauderdale, Florida and prominently located at 301 East Broward Boulevard with an adjoining parking lot and vacant land parce...