As cities undergo the biggest growth of the past 100 years, significant investments are being made to build and revitalize neighborhoods and commercial districts. With rapid growth, however, often comes an expanding equity gap in terms of income, education and health. While neighborhoods offer some of the most complex challenges facing city makers today, they also provide an opportunity to test scaleable solutions. By collaborating on neighborhood level sustainable development projects, property owners, businesses, and residents are able to accelerate investments toward increased equity, resilience and climate protection. Can neighborhood-scale innovations bridge the gap between our current urban infrastructure and the low-carbon cities of the future? Join us for a session with pioneers in district and neighborhood-scale urban regeneration and resilience.
In partnership with the Urban Land Institute San Francisco.
+ Sandy Mendler / Mithun
+ Eric Corey Freed / EcoDistricts
+ Lisa Fisher / San Francisco Planning Department
+ Toral Patel / Build Public
ULI Member / Non-Member
Private Sector — $25 / $35
Young Leaders Group — $20 / $30
Public & Nonprofit — $20 / $30
Students $15 / $20
Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.