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Richmond: Suburban Remix (AIA & AICP CEU credits available)

Date:
November 1
Time:
7:30 am - 10:00 am

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Date:
November 1, 2018
7:30 – 8 am – Registration
8 – 10 am – Panel Discussion
10 am  – Adjourn

Venue:
James Center One
901 East Cary Street
Conference Room – 2nd Floor
Richmond, VA 23219

Registration Fees:
Members                  $50
Non Members         $80

Onsite Registration fees increase by $10   
Pre-registration fees based on RSVPs received prior to or on the October 30th deadline.

Moderator:

Dan Cohen, Director of Community Enhancement for Chesterfield County

Speakers:
JP Cowan, AIA, Associate Principal, TMPartners, PLLC Nashville, TN
Brian Sewell, President & COO, Southern Land Company, Nashville, TN
David. D. Dixon, FAIA, – Author of Suburban Remix and Vice President Planning & Urban Design Leader, Stantec, Boston, MA and
Chris Corrada, Principal, Riverstone Properties, Richmond, VA

 

Thanks to Our Event Sponsor

Program Details:

The suburbs have been a critical focus for ULI since our founding but have suffered from a lack of definition.  Due to changing demographics, innovations in land use, building and design, and evolving definitions of ‘livability’, the Richmond market is seeing exciting examples of ‘densification’ outside the core. This trend demonstrates a ‘new way of development’ in suburban communities and urban neighborhoods towards more compact and mixed-use.

‘Contagious density’ tends to result in more creative spaces and places, both impacting and impacted by a new infrastructure, opportunities for walk- and bike-ability and trail-oriented and transit-oriented development, creative water management systems, increased chances for social equity, healthfulness and engagement…and more.

Learn how single-use office parks, fading commercial centers and sleepy sprawling suburbs are waking up into a lively version of ‘neighborhood.

Parking is available in the 10th Street parking deck.  Use the parking deck elevator and go to the second floor and from there walk across the skybridge and the conference center will be on your left.  There are other parking decks in the area as well.

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