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It was our best-ever summit, with 700 participants from across the region and globally.
2018 ULI Asia Pacific Summit
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Lays Out Solutions to Land Supply Problem
Hong Kong’s land supply problem is not attributable to a lack of money, but rather is an issue of finding the physical space for development, as well as a matter of perception, said the chief executive of the Hong Kong SAR, speaking at a recent ULI event. Read more.
ULI Advisory Services
Beijing: How Should China Handle Redevelopment of a Historical Icon?
A ULI Advisory Services panel was asked to focus on Beijing's Qianmen East, a 56-hectare (138 ac) hutong neighbourhood, consisting of interlinked communities of low-rise courtyard homes aligned in sequence along narrow alleys. Learn more.
2018 ULI Asia Pacific Summit
Smart Cities Must Focus on People, Experts Say
If smart cities are to serve their populations, the human element must remain crucial for their designers and developers, delegates at the 2018 ULI Asia Pacific Summit were told. A panel of developers, designers, and planners mulled over the development of the smart city in Asia during the summit, held recently in Hong Kong. Read more.
ULI Leadership
Announcing Ed Walter as the New ULI Global CEO
W. Edward (Ed) Walter, a widely renowned real estate industry leader and most recently the Steers Chair in Real Estate at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, is the new global chief executive officer of the Urban Land Institute (ULI). Read article here.
Capital Markets
The Philippines: Too Much of a Good Thing?
A glut of liquidity in local capital markets is making life difficult for domestic and foreign investors alike. Read summary here.
Nicholas Brooke, Incoming Chairman of Asia Pacific for the Urban Land Institute, Receives the Institute's Prestigious Life Trustee Designation
ULI Global Chairman Tom Toomey presents the ULI Life Trustee honour to Nicholas Brooke, incoming ULI Asia Pacific Chairman. Read more.

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