Implementing Creative Placemaking
Incorporating creative placemaking as a core strategy in real estate development projects is gaining momentum in the United States and around the globe. Creative placemaking—combining art and culture in tandem with good design—has proved to be an accelerator, not only in creating a unique sense of place that attracts people, but also in fostering healthy, culturally rich, and economically thriving places to live, work, and play. This is especially significant in vulnerable neighborhoods around commercial corridors, struggling rural areas, and other disinvested communities.
Join Juanita Hardy, ULI Senior Visiting Fellow for Creative Placemaking, for a discussion on lessons learned, best practices and implementing creative placemaking into development and communities.
Members $40, Non-members $50 through January 23rd. Onsite registration will be $50 for members, and $70 for Non-members.