Thursday, March 26, 2015

[New announcement] ULI News & Headlines: Golf Courses Fade As Developers’ Go-To Amenity; 10 Next-Wave Mixed-Income Housing Projects; and the 2015 Hines Competition

Urban Land Magazine Monthly Digest
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Go to Urban Land: http://urbanland.uli.org

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• Moving to Where the Price Is Right
by Patrick J. Kiger
Millennials have flocked to city life, changing neighborhoods as they go. What happens when their needs—and tastes—mature?
More: http://on.uli.org/1E0sRKI

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• 10 Next-Wave Mixed-Income Housing Projects
by Ron Nyren
Ten new multifamily developments blend units for residents at a variety of income levels in or near urban cores.
More: http://on.uli.org/1LZmRGy

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• Rethinking Private Accessory Dwellings
by Will Macht
Owners of detached single-family houses are finding ways to add accessory dwellings to their homes. Planners have only recently started to address the trend, crafting regulatory changes that can help PADs enrich the intergenerational fabric of communities.
More: http://on.uli.org/1BoeABI

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• Visions of a New Life for Houston's Historic Astrodome
by Ralph Bivins
A ULI Advisory Services panel recommends ways to create a popular, green, indoor/outdoor space as an alternative to demolition.
More: http://on.uli.org/19lNyTI

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• 11 Strategies for Building Community with Affordable Housing
by David Baker and Amit Price Patel
The design quality of affordable housing can have a substantial positive effect on both residents and the surrounding community.
More: http://on.uli.org/1GVJtAU

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• ULI Announces Final Four for 2015 Hines Competition
by Robert Krueger
Four teams—including two from Harvard University, one from the University of Maryland, and a joint team from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and the University of Wisconsin at Madison—have been selected as the finalists for the ULI Hines Competition.
More: http://on.uli.org/1BohR3J

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• Golf Courses Fade As Developers' Go-To Amenity
by Trish Donnally
The idea of building residential developments in the United States around golf courses is being rethought as demand for golf facilities continues to fade.
More: http://on.uli.org/1IvXjv9

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• A Developing Front in Resilience: Electricity Microgrids
by Jeffrey Spivak
At some forward-thinking projects, developers are taking control of the electric supply into their own hands.
More: http://on.uli.org/1BMDoSO

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• Real Estate Technology: A Must-Have or Still Hype?
by Brandon Sedloff
Recent conversations I've had with more than a dozen CEOs and founders of companies at the intersection of technology and commercial real estate have focused on the status of real estate technology.
More: http://on.uli.org/1NgYKhG

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• Charleston's Upper Peninsula: Sustainable Growth for a Knowledge-Based Economy
by Archana Pyati
Charleston has become a hotbed for digital startups with homegrown firms creating high-wage jobs, drawing talent from outside the region, and pumping dollars into the regional economy.
More: http://on.uli.org/1FVIfr1
 
 
 
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Urban Land Magazine Monthly Digest
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Go to Urban Land: http://urbanland.uli.org

=======Top Urban Land Magazine Stories=======


• Moving to Where the Price Is Right
by Patrick J. Kiger
Millennials have flocked to city life, changing neighborhoods as they go. What happens when their needs—and tastes—mature?
More: http://on.uli.org/1E0sRKI

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• 10 Next-Wave Mixed-Income Housing Projects
by Ron Nyren
Ten new multifamily developments blend units for residents at a variety of income levels in or near urban cores.
More: http://on.uli.org/1LZmRGy

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• Rethinking Private Accessory Dwellings
by Will Macht
Owners of detached single-family houses are finding ways to add accessory dwellings to their homes. Planners have only recently started to address the trend, crafting regulatory changes that can help PADs enrich the intergenerational fabric of communities.
More: http://on.uli.org/1BoeABI

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• Visions of a New Life for Houston's Historic Astrodome
by Ralph Bivins
A ULI Advisory Services panel recommends ways to create a popular, green, indoor/outdoor space as an alternative to demolition.
More: http://on.uli.org/19lNyTI

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• 11 Strategies for Building Community with Affordable Housing
by David Baker and Amit Price Patel
The design quality of affordable housing can have a substantial positive effect on both residents and the surrounding community.
More: http://on.uli.org/1GVJtAU

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• ULI Announces Final Four for 2015 Hines Competition
by Robert Krueger
Four teams—including two from Harvard University, one from the University of Maryland, and a joint team from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and the University of Wisconsin at Madison—have been selected as the finalists for the ULI Hines Competition.
More: http://on.uli.org/1BohR3J

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• Golf Courses Fade As Developers' Go-To Amenity
by Trish Donnally
The idea of building residential developments in the United States around golf courses is being rethought as demand for golf facilities continues to fade.
More: http://on.uli.org/1IvXjv9

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• A Developing Front in Resilience: Electricity Microgrids
by Jeffrey Spivak
At some forward-thinking projects, developers are taking control of the electric supply into their own hands.
More: http://on.uli.org/1BMDoSO

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• Real Estate Technology: A Must-Have or Still Hype?
by Brandon Sedloff
Recent conversations I've had with more than a dozen CEOs and founders of companies at the intersection of technology and commercial real estate have focused on the status of real estate technology.
More: http://on.uli.org/1NgYKhG

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• Charleston's Upper Peninsula: Sustainable Growth for a Knowledge-Based Economy
by Archana Pyati
Charleston has become a hotbed for digital startups with homegrown firms creating high-wage jobs, drawing talent from outside the region, and pumping dollars into the regional economy.
More: http://on.uli.org/1FVIfr1
 
 
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