Webinar Summary: ULI members pride themselves in revitalizing declining communities. But too often the current residents and businesses of newly “hot” areas get left out or pushed out. This “winners and losers” scenario often affects Black and Brown people the most. This program explores the historic precedents of racism in land use, the lingering effects today, and offers best practices and case studies in equitable development to help change the trajectory of our communities and future decision-making. Speakers share real projects and strategies to inform developers, land use professionals, policy makers, commercial lenders, and others on reducing harm and improving equity through our land use and development decisions.
Drawing on international examples of coastal city strategies and investments in the U.S., Europe and Asia, this book seeks to provide a practical guide for cities to enhance their climate resilience in cooperation with the private sector.
ULI was asked by the Washington DC Economic Partnership and the District government to convene a virtual Advisory Services panel to provide strategic recommendations for ensuring the economic resilience of the District’s CBD, and that post-COVID reco...
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.