New Study Redefines Suburbia
RCLCO and ULI take a fresh look at suburban living. What they found might surprise...
Lessons Learned From “First-Generation” Transit-Oriented Developments
Denver-area city officials are identifying issues and looking for redevelopment...
Bay Area Developer Assails Trump
John McNelllis believes there is “no uncertainty” about a Clinton presidency.
The New American Suburb is Diverse, Dense, and Booming
A new report forecasts a coming growth spurt that will reshape suburban living.
Health-Focused Strategies Can Pay Off for Builders and Developers
Buyers often pay more for homes designed with health in mind. The Urban Land Institute offers simple ways to integrate health-promoting practices into real estate development.
Affordability Will be Key to Housing Market's Recovery, Says ULI Fellow
John K. McIlwain also says credit limitations will continue to restrict future buyers.
Housing Migrates Back to Cities
An EPA study finds exurbs are losing market share while downtown corridors are making a comeback.