2018

Economic and Real Estate Outlook for 2019

Reinventing Malls for What You Can’t Get Online

A new vague and contrived test for defining relevant property subject to regulatory takings claims

2017

Common Traits of Successful Places

The Perils of a Policy Shift to 19th Century High-Tariff Protectionism and Mercantilism

2016

Claude Gruen’s Review of William A. Fischel’s book Zoning Rules!

The future of Bay Area housing markets and income inequality

Getting Inclusionary Zoning Right

The Imperative to Anticipate and Respond to Tech-Driven Disruptions

2015

What Local Governments Should Expect for Real Estate Investment and Development in 2015

2014

The Objectives of Market Research

Learning from Berlin

2013

Implications of Koontz v. St. John’s River Water Management

That Echo You Hear? It’s Baby Boomers’ Kids Rattling Retail and Real Estate Markets

Avoiding Pitfalls of Public-Private Partnerships

2012

Six Predictions for the New Year

The Tomorrow Plan Exchange: Workforce Housing Demand that the Recent State of Iowa Employment Forecast Would Stimulate

2011

Boomers, Echo’s and X’s: Generational and Other Structural Shifts and Their Impacts on Future Demand for Real Estate in the Coming Decade

In-store Retailing: A Tsunami of Change

2010

Replanning Small City Downtowns

2009

The State of the Economy: How We Got Here

America Needs the ‘6 Percent Solution’

2008

Landwrite: Demographics and Retail

Can We Talk Ourselves into a Serious Recession?

2007

Tighter Government Controls Could Harm the Majority of Households that Benefit from a Competitive Subprime Mortgage Market

Urban Land: Consumer Preferences

2006

Urban Land: The Next Market

The Institutional Real Estate Letter: A Conversation with Claude Gruen

2005

Illinois State Bar Association, Local Government Law: The Changing and Meaning and Purposes of the Public Use Limitation on Eminent Domain

2004

Urban Land: Demographics Affect Demand

Urban Land: Room for Discretion

2002

Urban Land: The Year 2020, How Can We Best Benefit from the Forces of the New Economy, Globalization, and Immigration?

2001

Urban Land: Urban Divide, Gateway and Domestic Magnet Metropolitan Regions Can be Expected to Exhibit Significant Differences in Residents Age, Education and Socioeconomic Status

The Urban Lawyer: Takings, Just Compensation, and the Efficient Use of Land, Urban, and Environmental Resources

Latest Supreme Court Regulatory Takings Case Protects Expectations

You May Not Realize It but We are Living in a Revolutionary Time

2000

The New Demographic Paradigm: The Effect on Regional Growth and Development Patterns

Demographic Change and the Effect on Housing Markets and Regional Development

Finding the Right Mix of Parking

1999

What Makes a Successful Downtown

1998

Turning Silver into Gold

Urban Land: Transit Stations Influence Residential Property Values

Urban Land: The Gospel of Entertainment