There is no better place to connect with the world of real estate than in the Big Apple. This year’s Fall Meeting attracted more than 6,000 attendees in New York City. The Fall Meeting brought together every sector of the real estate industry in one place. Attendees built relationships with developers, investors, architects, planners, brokers, academics, attorneys, decision makers, and government- and received cutting-edge information to build strong businesses.
U.S. Prospects Bright, Says Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan Chase
In an appearance at the 2014 ULI Fall Meeting in New York City, the head of the nation’s biggest bank talked about resilience—both the U.S. economy’s and his own, in the face of a bout with cancer.
Emerging Trends 2015: Houston Voted Top City
The sustained performance of the U.S. commercial real estate industry is expected to continue in 2015, according to Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2015, co-published by ULI and PwC US.
Global Cities: The Developer’s Perspective by Rob Speyer
Rob Speyer, president and co-chief executive officer of Tishman Speyer, shares an international developer’s view on what is driving the resurgence in global cities.
Shaping the Future through the Built Environment
Panelists at the opening session of the 2014 ULI Fall Meeting predicted that the next wave of change has the potential to reverse troubling current trends, from climate change and economic inequality to the personal isolation caused by overuse of electronic gadgetry.
Fall 2014 ULI Chairman’s Report by Lynn Thurber
ULI Chairman Lynn Thurber of LaSalle Investment Management introduces the winners of Urban Land magazine’s inaugural 40 Under 40 competition
The New Volatility of Water Supply
Escalating climate change poses a paradoxical dilemma when it comes to water, according to speakers in a panel on the subject at the ULI Fall Meeting.
Leadership Lessons at the ULI Fall Meeting
It isn’t every day that emerging leaders in the global real estate industry get to mingle with a baker’s dozen of established leaders—including ULI trustees, governors, and other senior members—and maybe even find a lifelong mentor.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant to Support ULI’s Building Healthy Places Initiative
The Urban Land Institute has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to support the Institute’s Building Healthy Places Initiative.