These are some can’t-miss programs relating to health at ULI’s 2019 Spring Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. There are many group exercise programs in the mornings.
Please see the full Spring Meeting schedule online at https://spring.uli.org.
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance Happy Hour
At this reception, ULI members and partners will celebrate progress to promote health, sustainability and resilience in buildings and communities. This happy hour is invitation only. If you would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Randall Lewis/Building Healthy Places Interest Forum
7:00 AM – 1:00 PM
This forum series, generously supported by ULI Foundation Governor Randall Lewis, brings together leaders and members in health, wellness, and real estate to discuss what they are doing, planning, and observing in the field. This will be a content-heavy, interactive discussion and exchange. The forum is open to all ULI members who are attending Spring Meeting. Registration is closed.
Your Next Agrihood Project Concurrent Session
2:30 – 3:30 PM
Music City Center, Davidson Ballroom C
Agrihoods are residential or mixed-use developments built with a working farm or garden as a focus. In master-planned communities, farms are replacing golf courses as a healthier and more sustainable amenity that can support an attractive return on investment. At this session, learn about ULI’s new report Agrihoods: Cultivating Best Practices and hear strategies for agrihood development from leading practitioners.
What Tenants Want, and What They’re Willing to Pay For
2:30 – 3:30 PM
Music City Center, 208AB
In the age of viral-ready office perks such as treadmill desks, kombucha on tap, and dog-friendly workplaces, it’s sometimes hard to determine what tenants are really (and realistically) requesting. With the wide variety of tenant amenities on the market, how do developers make sure they’re including the proper features to ensure tenant demand and high occupancy? How do they avoid bubble trends and select long-term wins for their buildings? One answer: ensuring that all occupants have ample access to natural daylight, enjoy high indoor air quality, and have access to natural or city-scape views from their workspaces.
Thursday, April 18, 2019
What’s Next for Housing and Health Lunch
11:45 AM – 1:00 PM
Music City Center, 104E
The lunch is part of a series of discussions with senior ULI leaders in housing and community development to explore the state of housing industry knowledge and action on human health, wellness, and social equity, and discuss how to grow and deepen the field. Please join us to share your insights! If you would like to attend, please email email@example.com.