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Housing Opportunity 2014 - Transformative Placemaking for Neighborhoods, Housing and Health, Rachel MacCleery

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Rachel MacCleery, Urban Land Institute

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  • 1. Transformative Place Making for Neighborhoods, Housing, and Health Moderator: Rachel MacCleery, Senior Vice President, Urban Land Institute Discussion Leaders: Robert Ogilvie, Vice President for Strategic Engagement, ChangeLab Solutions Marisa Novara, Program Director, Metropolitan Planning C`ouncil Gosia Kung, Founder/Executive, WalkDenver
  • 2. Leveraging the power of ULI’s global networks to shape projects and places in ways that improve the health of people and communities. #ulihealth health@uli.org
  • 3. • Raising Awareness • Defining the Approach • Exploring the Value Proposition • Advancing the State of Practice and Policy Goals/Areas of Impact
  • 4. • Stable, healthy, and affordable housing options • A variety of safe, comfortable, and convenient transportation choices • Access to healthy foods, parks , and nature • Thoughtful design, with an eye to making the healthy choice the easy choice • Use of health-promoting building materials Healthy places support the well-being of the people who live, work, learn, and visit there.
  • 5. • Through their organizations • By incorporating health as a fundamental consideration in development projects • Through their influence on policy Members and others can lead:
  • 6.  Sponsored by Colorado Health Foundation  Three Colorado communities of different sizes, different means, and different densities:  Arvada  Lamar  Westwood  Follow-on commitment for support and implementation from Colorado Health Foundation CO Advisory Services Panels
  • 7. $250,000 in seed funding to ULI “chapters” for innovative projects tackling local challenges 14 projects. Examples: ULI Colorado: Building Healthy Places TAPs ULI NW & San Francisco: Building Healthy Places exchange tour ULI Florida: Leveraging the Intersection of Transportation, Health and Land Use in Florida ULI Washington: The 11th Street Bridge Park ULI Singapore: Active Mobility Urban Innovation Grants
  • 8. Leveraging the power of ULI’s global networks to shape projects and places in ways that improve the health of people and communities. #ulihealth health@uli.org