05 May Catching up with our ULI Etkin Scholar, Part Two
ULI’s Look Ahead to 2022: Emerging Trends in Real Estate, more from Gabby.
In Part One of the ULI Etkin series, our graduate intern Gabby’s entry was about the ARC’s 2021 State of the Region. We follow that with the Urban Land Institute’s 2022 Emerging Trends in Real Estate®.
The ULI annual publication is one of the most highly regarded and widely read forecast reports in the real estate industry. The 2022 installment (the 43rd edition), a joint effort by PwC and ULI, provides an outlook on real estate investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, property sectors, metropolitan areas, and other real estate issues. The trends discussed are based on surveying and interviewing industry leaders, including KB Advisory Group’s Vice President Jonathan Gelber.
We are watching the following Atlanta trends highlighted in the 2022 Emerging Trends, published in September 2021, closely:
- All markets were moving towards recovery, albeit at various paces, but Atlanta’s employment recovery continues to outpace the U.S.
- Atlanta transaction volume had accelerated this past year and has remained above the U.S.-level overall.
- Both nationally and in Atlanta, the “magic” number of days for employees working in the office was three days per week.
- Atlanta was in the top 10 emerging markets to watch, ranking 8th, while Nashville was 1st.
Gabby Oliverio will join KB Advisory Group as a full-time consultant upon graduation.
Click Here to see information about the 2022 Emerging Trends