Webinar Summary: In mid-March of last year, much of the United States locked down to help slow the spread of a new coronavirus variant. Today, COVID-19 has radically changed daily life for most Americans, and has had profound impacts on cities and the real estate industry. Last summer, protests for racial justice sparked a reawakening around civil rights. And throughout the year, national politics have been in an almost constant state of churn. In this webinar, hear from leaders from ULI and beyond who will reflect on our unprecedented pandemic year – and what is coming next.
As the “internet of things” (IoT), the “cloud,” mobile devices, and, more recently, 5G have expanded the potential for innovation, market attention turned toward new applications for the untapped market of the real estate industry. Proptech: Changing...
Diving into development to create the $200 million they will need to renovate and refresh Coors Field over the next 30 years of its renewed ground lease, the Colorado Rockies also leased an adjacent full-block parking lot and have transformed it into...
This report presents results from a Spring 2021 ULI survey that took the pulse of building owners and managers about the impacts of the past year, and especially the COVID-19 pandemic, on operations, finances, and DEI strategies.