21 results for “Urban Land Institute’”
CRE N Illinois

Three steps forward: Reducing the CRE carbon footprint

| Matt Baker

Over the past decade, the real estate industry has taken substantial strides toward reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption—all while increasing asset value. There are three keys to keeping this progress on track: waste reduction, legislation and investor activity.

CRE N Illinois

Angela Spadoni joins Skender as director of residential architecture

Angela Spadoni, AIA, has joined Skender as director of residential architecture, where she will oversee multifamily design projects, including the design of housing modules produced in Skender’s new Chicago manufacturing facility. With more than 10 years of international and domestic experience, Spadoni brings to Skender an impressive backg…

CRE N Illinois

Theaster Gates honored by ULI for work in urban development

Internationally acclaimed artist and urban planner Theaster Gates, whose rise to prominence began with his use of art and culture to revive underserved neighborhoods in his hometown of Chicago, has been named the 2018 recipient of the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development.

CRE Midwest

The numbers show it: Jobs, people flocking to big cities

| Dan Rafter

Developers haven’t been shy about building luxury apartments in the centers of dense urban areas. Retailers are building distribution centers and warehouses closer to the center of these same big cities. And restaurateurs? When they want to make a big splash, they open in a downtown neighborhood. Why? It’s because urban areas are booming today.

Multifamily N Illinois

3 design insights to increase a rental's absorption rate

| Mary Cook

From Landmark West Loop to SixForty North Wells in River North new rental units continue to come online at a steady pace. With 8,000 new apartments slated to deliver by the end of next year in downtown Chicago alone, and an increasingly modest demand projected over the next three years, according to the Urban Land Institute’s April 2017 Rea…