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, recently brought his unconventional philosophy to the Urban Land Institute. Jason Hall also took to the ULI stage to discuss how he created a virtual revolution in beleaguered Detroit—just by riding a bike. Read this and other articles by Leslie Braunstein in Urban Land magazine online.
At the Urban Land Institute’s Spring Meeting in Houston, the real estate industry’s top leaders gathered to discuss the latest ideas and trends while seeking solutions to challenges on the horizon. LHB’s Leslie Braunstein contributed to the knowledge base by authoring articles on a number of conference topics ranging from what millennials want in housing to how office space could become a service delivered on demand, like Uber rides.