Healthy Buildings and Housing:The Business Case for Health and Wellness in Real Estate
Healthy Buildings and Housing: The Business Case for Health and Wellness in Real Estate
Since 2013, ULI has been advancing healthy real estate and communities through the ULI Building Healthy Places Initiative. This year ULI released its Healthy Housing for All report highlighting how health-promoting design features in affordable, workforce, and mixed-income developments can support improved resident health and well-being.
Join ULI Atlanta as we take a deeper look into the emerging trend of health and wellness programs and certifications for your developments. We’ll explore how real estate development can create healthier housing and buildings, ultimately helping residents and tenants improve their quality of life and improve your project’s competitive advantage. ULI’s Center for Sustainability Senior Manager of Content, Matt Norris will be sharing the findings from ULI’s recently released report Healthy Housing for All.
Panelists will share insights on healthy buildings, including lessons learned, and best practices for identifying opportunities, community engagement, design coordination, leveraging innovative partnerships, and creative financing strategies for implementation. Come learn more about cutting-edge trends, standards and the positive environmental, financial and social impacts of designing for health and wellness.
Matt Norris – Senior Manager, Content, ULI
Jim Cramer – Lecturer, Georgia Tech
Rex Hamre – Vice President and Sustainability Director, JLL
Erin Hatcher – Vice President of Sustainability, AMLI Residential
Shane Totten – Director, Education and Research, Southface
Private = $65
Public/Nonprofit/Under 35 = $55
Student = $30
Private = $90
Public/Nonprofit/Under 35 = $80
Student = $40
*AIA and AICP CEUs pending*