Monthly Archives: January 2014

Urban Land Special Feature: Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas

Real estate markets are warming in the sunny Southeast. After several years of little activity, development has significantly increased over the past six months. “The Southeast, including Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas, is entering its next growth cycle,” says Pryse Elam, managing director at Orlando-based CNL Commercial Real Estate. “We expect to see increasing demand for real estate across all product types in the Southeast in the coming months, well ahead of the national averages. Population growth and employment growth are two key drivers of the demand for real estate, … Read More

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New ULI Case Study: Community’s Health Amenities Pay Dividends

A master-planned community in Virginia is setting itself apart with its working farm and other health-oriented amenities.  Read the new ULI Case Study.

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Kresge Foundation Awards $800,000 to ULI Community Resiliency Program

ULI’s community resiliency program explores how issues related to climate change are affecting the real estate industry and reshaping urban growth patterns. Through the $800,000 grant from The Kresge Foundation, ULI will leverage the substantial expertise of its members to provide guidance on community building in a way that responds to inevitable climate change and sea level rise, and helps preserve the environment, boost economic prosperity, and foster a high quality of life. Learn more.

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