Building Healthy Places: Unlocking the Value Conference: Resources Now Available

Attendees of the ULI Building Healthy Places Conference were encouraged to use stairs instead of elevators.

Attendees of the ULI Building Healthy Places Conference were encouraged to use stairs instead of elevators.

On February 20-21, ULI convened its first-ever Building Healthy Places Conference. About 300 people gathered in Los Angeles to discuss the next big ideas in driving innovation and connecting real estate and health.

The conference brought together leaders, researchers, and practitioners in the fields of real estate development, public health, planning, and more to start advancing the state of policy and practice around creating healthy places and communities. The two day conference included general and concurrent sessions, roundtable discussions, and opportunities to meet others working in this arena.

Were you unable to attend the conference? Or did you attend and want to refer to or share materials from the event with others? Good news! Resources, including brief session descriptions and presentation slide decks from the sessions, are now posted.

Click here for access to all available presentations.
Click here to see photos from the conference.
Click here for General Session write ups and presentations.
Click here for Concurrent Session write ups and presentations.
Click here for Roundtable discussions.
Click here to download the final program, including session descriptions and speaker bios.

Click here to read an Urban Land article on the conference, “Health and Land Use Experts Gather in Los Angeles,” by Trisha Riggs.

Peter Rummell, Conference Co-Chair, gives his opening remarks

Peter Rummell, Conference Co-Chair, gives his opening remarks.

Conference attendees meet during a roundtable discussion

Conference attendees meet during a roundtable discussion.

 

 

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