Fall Meeting Roundup: Building Healthy Places
November 7, 2016
The 2016 Fall Meeting in Dallas had a number of great sessions from the Building Healthy Places Initiative. Below are presentation and report links from these sessions. For all Fall Meeting resources, click here.
The Economic Value of Creative Placemaking demonstrated how arts and culture
opportunities within real estate development projects can enhance community health and improve economic value. Over 100 attendees were estimated to be in the audience.
- Creative Placemaking Overview by Juanita Hardy, Urban Land Institute: Slides | Learn More
Creative Placemaking Pop-up Café: Growing Value through Art and Cultural Assets hosted an estimated 100 attendees for a lively discussion on best practices in successfully implementing and realizing the benefits of creative placemaking for all stakeholders – the community, developers and public and private sector partners.
Building Healthy Corridors
A New Life for Urban and Suburban Arterials focused on effective strategies and tools that can be used to transform corridors in your community into thriving places. Click below for presenter slides.
- Report Overview by Rachel MacCleery, Urban Land Institute: Slides | Report
- ULI Los Angeles Demonstration Corridor by Clare De Briere, The Ratkovich Company: Slides | Case Study
- ULI Nashville Demonstration Corridor by Ryan C. Doyle, oneC1TY: Slides | Case Study
- ULI Colorado Demonstration Corridor by Sheila Lynch, Tri-County Health Department: Slides | Case Study
- Shoreline, WA: Redeveloped Corridor Profile by Dan Eernissee, City of Shoreline: Slides | Project Profile
Bringing Healthier Commercial Corridors to Four U.S. Cities
Cultivating Development – Linking Food and Real Estate: Pop Up Café featured highlights from the new report Cultivating Development: Trends and Opportunities at the Intersection of Food and Real Estate over freshly squeezed juice.
Food and Real Estate: Cutting-Edge Trends explored how the growing interest and
awareness in fresh, local food is spurring innovation in development projects. An estimated 600 attendees were in the audience. Click here to watch a video of the session. Click below for presenter slides.
- Report Overview by Edward T. McMahon, Urban Land Institute: Slides | Report
- Production Gardens by Lara Hermanson, Farmscape: Slides
- Food-Centered Mixed-Use Development by Kenneth W. Hubbard, Hines: Slides
- ReFresh Project by Jeffrey Schwartz, Broad Community Connections: Slides | Case Study
- CityCentre by Ann Taylor, Midway Companies: Slides | Case Study