Exchange Visit Explores Seattle’s Healthy Places

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With funding assistance from a 2014 Urban Innovation Grant, ULI San Francisco and ULI Northwest collaborated on two exchange visits. For the visit to Seattle, ULI Northwest played host to members from San Francisco, organizing a three day tour of projects and places, and visits with people, each contributing something unique to the conversation about what it will take to build healthier communities….
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ULI Convenes Building Healthy Places Workshop

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In May 2014, ULI convened a small group of real estate and public health leaders for a workshop focused on developing content for ULI’s next Building Healthy Places publication. The invitation-only workshop provided an opportunity for developers and other leaders working at the intersection of health and real estate to shape the upcoming report….
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Building Healthy Places Conference Gathers Real Estate Leaders

Panelists (left to right) Anne Warhover, Paul Scialla, Doctor Richard Jackson and moderator Lynn Thurber, discuss Health and Development, during the general session at the Building Healthy Places Initiative in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 20, 2014.

Yesterday in Los Angeles, leaders from a cross-section of real estate fields gathered for ULI’s Building Healthy Places: Unlocking the Value conference. The first of its kind for ULI, the event is part of a series of activities being undertaken by ULI as part of the Building Healthy Places Initiative, launched in July. …
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Updated: Mark Your Calendar for the ULI Building Healthy Places Conference (new dates!)

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The ULI Building Healthy Places Conference, which will be held on February 20th and 21st, 2014, in Los Angeles. At this convening, ULI members and others will come together to explore connections between the built environment and real estate. …
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ULI Idaho Launches Partnership Initiative

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ULI Idaho is seeking to leverage ULI’s new Building Healthy Places Initiative to build new regional partnerships and alliances that will help forge a path toward a healthier future for the state. The Partnership Initiative seeks “to mobilize action around support for healthy real estate practices” in Idaho’s Treasure Valley. By leveraging ULI’s leadership, these partnerships will breakdown silos, develop a common language and vision for healthy communities, and, most importantly, lend the partners a strong collective voice….
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