Monthly Archives: May 2013

Could San Antonio suburb landscape change?

Original Article The San Antonio chapter of the Urban Land Institute, which focuses on the responsible leadership in land use to enhance the total environment, held a panel discussion Wednesday afternoon to look at the future of suburban living in San Antonio.

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“Micro Unit” Developers See Big Future

Original Article While micro-units are coming soon to New York City, developers in Washington state and Texas spoke at ULI Spring Meeting about betting on smaller units. These modern efficiencies appeal to residents of all ages who value location and often don’t own a car.

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Urban Land Institute to discuss the future of the ‘burbs

Original Article From the San Antonio Business Journal Monday, May 20th…. San Antonio’s center city has been the focus of much news, talk, buzz, etc., of late.  But now, an organization dedicated to responsible land use is broadening its perspective.

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ULI Teams with City of San Antonio for 2 Upcoming Workshops

Join us for two informal and comprehensive upcoming workshops: 1.Infill Development Workshop on June 7th and 2. Brownfields Program Workshop on June 20th.

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The Future of Housing Demand is Compact, Urban, and Transit-Friendly

Original Article Demand will continue to rise for infill residential development that is less car-dependent, while consumers’ desire could wane for isolated development in outlying suburbs, according to a new ULI report released last week at ULI Spring Meeting in San Diego.

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ULI Teams with City of San Antonio for 2 Upcoming Workshops

Join us for two informal and comprehensive upcoming workshops: 1.Infill Development Workshop on June 7th and 2. Brownfields Program Workshop on June 20th.

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ULI Luncheon: The Future of Suburban San Antonio

Original Article What does the future of suburban San Antonio look like?  How does continued development in the suburbs relate to the revitalization of our urban core?  Join The Urban Land Institute on May 22nd as we focus on Master Planned Communities and Single Family Development in San Antonio.

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