Urban Land Institute

What Millennials Want, and Where They Want It
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What Millennials Want, and Where They Want It

As more millennials form households and step out on their own, they're looking for... Read more

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Urban Low-Rise a Hit With Wisconsin Millennials Urban Low-Rise a Hit With Wisconsin Millennials

Despite charging the highest rents per square foot in downtown Madison, Seven27, developed by Urban Land Interests, leased up completely in six months. Read more

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ULI Survey: Mixed-Use Communities a Growing Preference

Renters these days desire plenty of features in their community, leaving the industry to focus on providing mixed use atmospheres for all future renters – not just Gen Y. Read more

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ULI: The High Costs of Developing Affordable Housing

Affordable housing developers spend a huge amount of time trying to cut high development costs—but the knotty problem is difficult to untie. Read more

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ULI D.C.'s Multifamily Panel Looks Nationally

In the past year, any real estate conference held in the nation’s capital had the obligatory lovefest for Washington, D.C. fundamentals, pointing out the astronomical job growth, rising rents, shrinking vacancies, and tumbling cap rates in the city. Earlier this week, at the Urban Land Institute's Washington Real Estate Trends Conference, a session on the future of multifamily wasn't much different. But there was acknowledgement of some local market risks as well as a broader look at the national picture. Read more

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ULI Report Says Multifamily Not Alone Among Gen Y Preferences

Gen Yers may appear to mature later and want gratification (and information) sooner than past generations, but that doesn't mean that their ultimate goals in life are much different from previous generations, according to “Generation Y: America’s New Housing Wave,” a research report released this week at the Urban Land Institute's Washington Real Estate Trends Conference. Read more

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Burning Questions for the Next Decade Burning Questions for the Next Decade

The answers to these tough questions will shape the home building industry's future. Read more

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Baby Boomers, Gen Y, and the Recession Shift Long-Held Housing Tastes and Trends

The economy and jobs are reshaping the household picture, a ULI panel says, as Gen Yers delay buying and boomers age in place. Among all groups, walkability and transit dominate the wish list. Read more

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Green Housing Comeback Predicted

For many American consumers, the recession has put interest in sustainable housing on hold. Read more

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ULI Fellows Identify Forces Shaping The 'New Normal' For Real Estate

A new report released this week pinpoints variables that are certain in otherwise uncertain economic times. Read more

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