What simple act, if widely adopted, could kick urban revitalization up to the next level? Could it be . . . falling in love? Peter Kageyama, author of For the Love of Cities, brought his unconventional philosophy to the 2016 ULI Fall Meeting in Dallas. Jason Hall also took to the ULI stage to discuss how he created a virtual revolution in beleaguered Detroit—just by riding a bike.
LHB Communications’ Leslie Braunstein is the author of the article on “falling in love with your city” – http://bit.ly/2gVHxS1 – and five others in the current issue of Urban Land magazine online.You can read them all by following these links:
bit.ly/2fY7511 Hotels and resorts are moving into urban locations as stimulating destinations for both business and pleasure travelers.
http://bit.ly/2gmmfBy New approaches to revitalizing aging shopping malls
http://bit.ly/2gvx4zK How e-commerce retailers are tackling the challenging “last mile” of delivery
http://bit.ly/2fU2a0e Support for public, private, and charter schools can help communities while greatly enhancing property values – in both cities and suburbs
http://bit.ly/2g5YOcl A recent building code change allows multifamily developers to save substantially on construction costs while offering amenities comparable to those of high-rise buildings.