Monthly Archives: April 2016

Is “trail‐oriented development” the next TOD?

Across the globe, developers are seizing competitive advantage by leveraging growing interest in biking and walking among residents and tenants. Municipalities are promoting health, equity, and sustainability by investing in active transportation infrastructure projects, such as trails and greenways. The Urban Land Institute’s new report Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier explores interconnections among walking, bicycling, and real estate development.  The report features: A summary of economic development, quality of life, and infrastructure investment trends in active transportation Ten case studies profiling development projects that include significant … Read More

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insight2050 Phase I Impact Report

The Columbus District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI Columbus) is proud to share the insight2050 Phase I Impact Report, highlighting achievements in efforts to equip elected officials, planners, developers, businesses, residents and other decision-makers with the knowledge and resources to make optimal land use decisions. insight2050, sponsored by ULI Columbus, the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission and Columbus 2020, is a community-wide effort to involve everyone in determining how our communities evolve to accommodate the population over the next 30+ years that is projected to be dramatically different from the … Read More

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