Building Healthy Places: Exploring the Intersection between Public Health and the Built Environment

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Start:
April 24, 2014 7:30 am
End:
April 24, 2014 9:30 am
Venue:
Shearman & Sterling, LLP
Phone:
212-848-4000
Address:
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599 Lexington Avenue , New York, NY, 10022, United States

Building Healthy Places: Exploring the Intersection between Public Health and the Built Environment

Date:
Thursday, April 24, 2014

Time:
7:30 AM to 8:00 AM – Registration and Breakfast
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM – Program

Location:
Shearman & Sterling, LLP
599 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY, 10022

Our community, like many others around the world faces pressing health challenges. Air and water pollution, transportation and land use choices that discourage active living, aging populations—these trends and issues demand new thinking about how and where communities grow. They create an imperative, and an opportunity, to encourage development practices that promote more healthful outcomes.

Development oriented towards health and wellness is an emerging trend in the real estate industry that will redefine New York communities. Join us as we engage key development and community thought leaders in sharing their perspective on the link between health and the built environment and the number of local initiatives underway to promote health and healthy places.

All attendees will receive a copy of ULI’s new report, 10 Principles for Building Healthy Places.

Presenter:
Michael Horst, Senior Vice President, Urban Land Institute

Moderator:
Joanna Frank, Executive Director, Center for Active Design

Panelists:
Megan Brothers, Director, Design & Construction, Brookfield
Peter David Cavaluzzi, FAIA, Principal, EE&K a Perkins Eastman Company
Paul Freitag, Managing Director, Rose Development, Jonathan Rose Companies
Paul Scialla, Founder, Delos Living

Be sure to follow ULI New York on Twitter and Instagram using #ULIhealth

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