Walkable real estate development projects and places are on the rise nationwide. Over the past year, LOCUS has looked at how these trends are playing out in Atlanta and Washington, DC.
On March 11, we’ll reveal new analysis of which walkable urban places—or “walkUPs”—are changing the real estate landscape in another major American city: Boston.
The WalkUP Wake-Up Call: Boston will, for the first time ever, analyze the different forms and economic use of all land use across metro Boston and rank Boston-area communities based on economic and social equity metrics.
Get the report as soon as it comes out in March. Sign up to get your copy:
The WalkUP Wake-Up Call: Boston will be unveiled at LOCUS’s 2015 New England Leadership Summit—and tickets for the Summit are still available.
Register for the Summit to connect with New England’s leading real estate developers and investors. You’ll also be in the room as we unveil The WalkUP Wake-Up Call: Boston for the very first time.
This new research will be published by LOCUS: Responsible Real Estate Developers and Investors, in conjunction with the George Washington University School of Business, Boston’s Metropolitan Area Planning Council, and the Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy at Northeastern University, with support from Cushman & Wakefield and the Barr Foundation.