urban land institute
Resource pages for "urban land institute"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
As proof of the real estate industry’s growing commitment to decarbonization, membership in the Urban Land Institute’s Greenprint Center for Building Performance has grown to more than 70 companies.
The global initiative’s mission is to eliminate carbon emissions from the built environment to reach net zero.
A new report from Urban Land Institute covers the environmental, financial, and community benefits of renewable energy.
Real estate executive Randall Lewis' donation—the largest in Urban Land Institute history—will support efforts to make the built environment more sustainable.
To create a more sustainable future for the built environment, the real estate industry needs unified leadership and collaboration.
Donors envision fund becoming the equivalent of the unrestricted endowments that major universities rely upon to innovate and expand their programs.
Together, these real estate companies represent over 2,400 buildings, more than 849 million square feet, and over $397 billion in assets under management.
New PwC US, Urban Land Institute report finds expectations of traditionally designed spaces have changed, and a massive shift in the functionality of offices, shopping centers, and healthcare spaces is likely.
A $1 million donation will support the Urban Land Institute's efforts to combat climate change by pushing cities and building owners to reduce their carbon emissions to zero.
The real estate industry will take an increasingly focused view of environmental, social, and governance strategies this year, according to a new Urban Land Institute report.
Two new Urban Land Institute reports highlight the need for the real estate industry to promote health and social equity.
Both workers and companies will demand flexibility, not only relating to work activities but also in terms of space and location, finds a new survey of real estate professionals.
New research from Urban Land Institute explores impact of rising temperatures, heat waves on urban development.
A new report from the Urban Land Institute's Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance outlines ten fundamental principles for building resilient communities that successfully...
The 2017 ULI Hines Student Competition first place winner is a team from the University of Texas at Austin for its redevelopment plan for the site of Chicago's Department of Fleet and Facility Management.
Participants in the 2017 ULI student competition are designing a master plan for the site of Chicago's Department of Fleet and Facility Management, an 18-acre parcel the city plans to vacate.
Graduate student teams representing Harvard University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and the University of Miami will advance to the finale in Atlanta; winning team will receive $50,000 in prize funds.
"Setting The PACE: Commercial Retrofit Financing," is a new white paper offering an overview of the commercial PACE market that is geared towards the commercial building owner community.
The survey tracked priorities, practices, investment plans, and financial evaluation criteria to understand what projects facilities managers are implementing and the solution drivers and barriers they face.