Twenty-five exceptional real estate development projects from the region have been shortlisted as finalists for the 2021 ULI Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence from a total of 81 submissions, a record-breaking number of entries. Check out the full list here and winners will be revealed during the ULI Asia Pacific Summit on 25 May.
ULI Asia Pacific Summit countdown begins. Will you be there?
Combining the power of a safe, in-person experience at the main stage in Tokyo, livestreamed content from around the world, and pop-up networking events in your city with the wide virtual audience reach, we will create an inclusive and accessible programme to unite ULI members from the Asia Pacific region and beyond.
Register now and ensure you have a place at this important industry event from 17 to 27 May.
The latest report by PwC and ULI highlights a clear global narrative of COVID-19 as an ‘accelerator of existing trends’, such as digitalisation and online shopping, while at the same time significantly reinforcing the real estate industry’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) agenda. More companies than ever before are putting climate change and decarbonisation strategies at the heart of the way they do business as they respond to the pressures of the pandemic. Download 2021 Emerging Trends in Real Estate®: Global Outlook on Knowledge Finder.
“For a lot of people, just going out means going to the local retail centre because there aren’t very many other avenues like urban parks or urban open areas”. Click here to hear from Sid Yog on shifting Indian retail paradigms now.
Featuring more than 30 public realm innovations implemented since public health measures began in spring 2020, The Pandemic and the Public Realm: Global Innovations for Health, Social Equity, and Sustainability showcases how cities around the world have implemented transformative changes to the public realm to address new challenges and meet new needs during a time of crisis.
Demonstrating social value, the positive impact that real estate investment and development can have on communities beyond financial returns, is increasingly becoming a priority for city leadership, real estate owners, investors, and developers. However, a lack of common definitions, standards, and tools to strategise, manage, and measure social value is holding back further investment. Find out more about our latest research and download Zooming in on the “S” in ESG: A Road Map for Social Value in Real Estate on Knowledge Finder.
I’ve leveraged the network of mentors at ULI for unbelievable advice because they have the benefit of decades of experience.ANTHONY CHANG VICE PRESIDENT, CASSIDY TURLEY