The ULI Sustainability Outlook 2021 is the Institute’s first-ever look-ahead on issues that are specific to ESG-related concerns in the real estate industry. Members from ULI’s Sustainable Development Council (SDC), along with ULI Global Chairman Owen D. Thomas and ULI Trustee Ken Hubbard, contributed to this report. From ESG investing to grid-interactive buildings, and from climate risk to healthy buildings, it’s an exciting time for the real estate industry to advance sustainability.
Register now for the 2021 ULI Virtual Europe Conference!
Connect with the world of real estate at ULI Europe’s annual flagship event, 8–10 February 2021. Attendees will have unparalleled opportunities to engage with cutting-edge content and world-class speakers, hear about valuable lessons learned from around the globe, and connect one-on-one with real estate industry leaders.
New research from ULI and the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) has called on cities worldwide to recognise their common challenges in building climate resilience. Combining the expertise and experiences of five cities around the world – Hong Kong, Miami, New York, Rotterdam and Singapore. Read more on Knowledge Finder.
ULI members have the resources to respond to a rapidly changing world. ULI membership provides 45,000-plus professionals access to the connections, knowledge, and opportunities that they need—now. Join us and gain full access to your ULI member benefits for as little as €12 (£11) per month.
The ULI 2020 Annual Report is now live! Titled Successfully Navigating a Rapidly Changing World, this report shows how ULI—through our members—is continuing to make a positive, lasting difference in communities around the world. Topics address everything from the COVID-19 pandemic, through our longer-term work in addressing the challenges faced by our communities on issues such as racial inequity, climate change, and housing affordability.
Click here to read about ULI’s accomplishments in the past fiscal year.
Europe’s property sector is in the midst of a cyclical downturn that is coinciding with long-term structural changes to real estate, according to the PwC/ULI 18th edition of the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2021 report. However, real estate generally is seen as one of the few asset classes to generate acceptable returns at a time of low or negative interest rates. Read the press release and download the report on Knowledge Finder.
Over the years, I have made lasting connections with fellow ULI members from all sectors of the real estate industry. I always appreciate hearing their diverse points of view and new ideas.SIGRID DUHAMEL BNP PARIBAS