Monthly Archives: February 2016

What Millennials Want – The Results

Here you can find the results of our survey of more than 600 Greater Boston young professionals on their housing and transportation preferences: Topline – ULI Boston What Millennials Want What Millenials Want Presentation What Millennials Want Handout Though the collection methods were different, two of our fellow District Councils recently produced reports highlighting Millennial housing preferences in Washington DC and San Francisco. Bay Area in 2015 explores the impact of high cost housing in the San Francisco market. Millennials Inside the Beltway: Optimistic Urbanists looks at how DC can … Read More

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Boston to host Housing Opportunity Conference

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Hosted by the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing and Enterprise Community Partners, Housing Opportunity 2016 connects attendees with proven tools and promising innovations for creating and preserving exceptional rental and for-sale housing that is affordable for a wide range of households. This is ULI’s only national conference focused entirely on residential development and housing affordability. Through a program with ample networking, inspiring talks, practical site tours, and replicable examples, Housing Opportunity helps housing leaders improve their practice and build new partnerships. Registration opens in February 2016. http://housingconference.uli.org/

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2016 Capital Markets Outlook

2016 Capital Markets Outlook GE Leads The Charge Into A Hot Commercial Real Estate Market ULI Perspectives Featured in Banker & Tradesman By Carlos Febres-Mazzei   After what has been an exciting and eventful 2014 and 2015 for commercial real estate investment in Greater Boston, it’s hard not to wonder what’s in store for 2016.  We seem to have kicked off the year on just the right note, with GE announcing its move to Boston.  There is much more to discuss, and following two consecutive banner years for Boston, including … Read More

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