Building Healthy Places Interest Forum at the Fall Meeting in San Francisco

The second Building Healthy Places Interest Forum was held in conjunction with Fall Meeting in San Francisco. This forum series brings together leaders in health, wellness, and real estate to discuss what they are doing, planning, and observing in the field and include content-heavy, interactive discussions and exchanges.

When: Monday, October 5, 12:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where: Port of San Francisco (Pier 1)
Cost: A $125 registration fee is required to attend the Forum. (*Registration closed as of 9/18)
Clare De Briere of The Ratkovich Company will be Master of Ceremonies for the program.



  • Build on the Building Healthy Places Interest Forum held in Houston and provide a place for ULI members who are passionate about health and development to engage with each other.
  • Offer a chance for ULI members to share knowledge and insights about real projects.
  • Update forum participants in the latest work that is being done at ULI and other organizations on health and real estate.
  • For members on national Product Councils, provide a gathering that is focused on health and real estate.

Logistical Information:

The Forum is invitation only and this invitation is non-transferable. If you are interested in attending and did not receive an invitation, please email us at

Participation in the Forum is limited to ULI members (Associate and Full) and will be capped at about 40 people. Forum participants are encouraged but not required to attend ULI’s Fall Meeting.

To facilitate dialogue, we will again create a small book providing a brief biography and a photo of all participants. Please send a brief bio and photo to after you register. If you attended the Forum in Houston, please send any updates to your bio or photo.


12:30–1:00 p.m.       Networking Lunch

1:00–1:10 p.m.         Opening Remarks

1:10–1:30 p.m.         Self-Introductions

1:30–1:50 p.m.         Panel: Case study of Todos Santos

Sandra Kulli, President, Kulli Marketing (moderator)
Amy Parsons, Executive Vice Chancellor, Colorado State University

1:50–2:35 p.m.         Discussion

2:35–2:45 p.m.         Coffee and Stretch Break

2:45–3:15 p.m.         Panel: Financing healthy projects

Lynn Thurber, Chairman, LaSalle Investment Management (moderator)
Russell Appel, Founding Principal, Praedium Group, LLC
Maggie Super Church, Community Development and Sustainability Consultant, Healthy Neighborhoods Equity Fund

3:15–3:50 p.m.         Discussion

3:50–4:00 p.m.         Coffee and Stretch Break

4:00–4:30 p.m.         Dialogue: Grounding decisions in health research – implications for real estate

Chris Dunn, Managing Principal, Dunn & Kiley (moderator)
Marc Matthews, MD, Associate Medical Director, Mayo Clinic Office of Population Health Management

4:30–4:55 p.m.         Large Group Discussion

4:55–5:00 p.m.         Next Steps, Wrap Up, and Adjourn

Optional reception at Waterbar (Terrace Bar) to follow

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