TAP Report: “Energy Resilience for Hunts Point”
Report Summary: Nearly half the food that feeds the people of New York City hinges on the viability and reliability of the Food Distribution Center (FDC) located on the Hunts Point Peninsula in the Bronx. To ensure that FDC’s energy production and food distribution be sustainable and resilient, the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) turned to ULI New York and its Technical Assistance Panels program to examine the viability and benefits of developing hydropower at Hunts Point.
ULI Austin Net Zero Imperative
The report offers guidance on how to establish an equitable net zero culture for Austin, the importance of education and engagement, striking a balance with regulations and incentives, and key initiatives that the City of Austin and Austin Energy can...
Brooklyn, NY: Resilience in NYCHA’s Marlboro Houses
Heavily affected by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, the New York City Housing Authority’s Marlboro Houses continues to face vulnerabilities to climate-induced hazards like storm surges and extreme heat. As part of their broader efforts on climate adaptation...
ULI Westchester/Fairfield: Real Estate Trends 2022
What are the key emerging trends that will shape the real estate market in 2022 and beyond? A moderated local panel discussion with our area's leading real estate professionals will follow as they discuss and react to the report's findings as it pert...
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