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Urban Land Institute

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More ADUs and More Awareness: Experts Weigh in On How To Add Housing West of Rock Creek Park

More ADUs and More Awareness: Experts Weigh in On How To Add Housing West of Rock Creek Park

Nena Perry-Brown | July 15th 2019

A panel of Urban Land Institute experts gave their recommendations for how DC can add housing west of Rock Creek Park. ... read »

Most Millennials Living with Roommates Would Rather Live Alone, Study Says

Most Millennials Living with Roommates Would Rather Live Alone, Study Says

Tianna Mañón | June 24th 2015

But many millennials still aren't ready to buy, an Urban Land Institute study showed. ... read »

What Does Generation Y Want? Walkability and City Life

What Does Generation Y Want? Walkability and City Life

Shilpi Paul | May 16th 2013 | 8 Comments

The findings of a recent study about Generation Y support what people have been saying for years: members of the group want to live in walkable... read »

Report Reveals DC’s 43 Walkable Urban Places

Report Reveals DC’s 43 Walkable Urban Places

Shilpi Paul | September 11th 2012 | 3 Comments

On Tuesday, the Urban Land Institute hosted a conference in honor of a newly released report that lays out the 43 "walkable, urban places" in the DC... read »

Real Estate Foundation Greenprint Partners With ULI

Real Estate Foundation Greenprint Partners With ULI

Shilpi Paul | January 23rd 2012 | 1 Comment

In eco-friendly real estate news, the Greenprint Foundation joins forces with the Urban Land Institute. ... read »

What Will Homes Look Like in the Future?

What Will Homes Look Like in the Future?

Shilpi Paul | December 7th 2011 | 2 Comments

UrbanTurf recently reached out to a selection of people "in the know" about housing to get a sense of what homes will look like in the future. While... read »

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