Healthy Housing

ULI’s Healthy Housing Project explores how health-promoting features in affordable, workforce, and mixed-income developments can support improved resident health outcomes. The Project is being undertaken as part of the Building Healthy Places Initiative, which develops resources that are widely distributed among ULI member and partner networks.

ULI is grateful to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Colorado Health Foundation for its support of this project and the ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative.

Project Profiles

High Point
Seattle, WA

Denver, CO

New Genesis Apartments
Los Angeles, CA

Prospect Plaza
Brooklyn, NY

Project profiles are also featured on the Building Healthy Places Toolkit website, which outlines opportunities to enhance health through changes in approaches to buildings and projects.

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