Retrofitting for Healthy Living
April 20, 2014
From shuttered automobile manufacturing plants to outmoded office buildings, developers are engaging in innovative public-private partnerships to transform obsolete assets to meet the growing demand for healthier and health-related uses. This 2014 ULI Spring Meeting panel presented case studies of successful strategies for leveraging this demand and creating new value from underutilized assets.
Learn more about ULI’s Building Healthy Places Initiative at uli.org/health.
- Moderator: Kristin Neil Ryan, managing director, Jonathan Rose Companies
- Tom Byers, partner, Cedar River Group, LLC
- William J. Lenihan, principal, Tevebaugh Associates
- Kathleen Matt, dean, College of Health Sciences and executive director, Delaware Health Sciences Alliance, University of Delaware