Webinar Summary: As the summer hurricane and wildfire season sets in, cities are more vulnerable than ever due to the new realities of COVID-19. NOAA has predicted a 60% chance of an above-normal hurricane season in 2020 and Californians are anticipating an active wildfire season given the dry winter. Given new fiscal budget constraints, and concerns related to social distancing, evacuation and shelter in place, cities will face new challenges this year. Hear from member experts and city leaders helping their cities to be more prepared for potential events this summer.
Small Vehicles, Big Impact: Micromobility’s Value for Cities and Real Estate demonstrates the value of micromobility to the real estate industry, shows the growing case for real estate professionals to support micromobility (such as by providing onsi...
The 2021 Urban Land Winter Issue is now available for ULI members. The cover topic is "Real Tech: Technology gains speed as new needs arise." Other topics include: "Europe: The Post-COVID Workplace," "Connectivity: A 5G Fact Check," and "Dro...