Category Archives: Building Healthy Places

ULI and MacArthur Foundation Launch Online Housing Portal

How Housing Matters

When looking for a place to live or a site to develop, each of us intuitively knows that housing can build well-being, connections, and opportunities for people and neighborhoods. ULI’s new How Housing Matters website takes that knowledge and builds it out with clear research and compelling stories from ULI and a growing list of external partners. Produced by the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing with funding from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, How Housing Matters is a new online resource with rigorous research, daily news, practical … Read More

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Building Healthy Places Through Innovation Exchange: Part 1 – San Francisco Bay Area

In the last few years the link between health and the built environment has been firmly established. Now the Urban Land Institute and others are zeroing in on building healthy places. With this in mind, ULI foundation awarded the ULI District Councils of San Francisco and Seattle with a grant to create a two-part Building Healthy Places Exchange. This exchange would bring ULI members from each district council together, once in San Francisco and again in Seattle, to share ideas and best practices for building healthy places, provide a context … Read More

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Get the Inside Track on How to Create Thriving, Healthy Communities

ULI’s Building Healthy Places Conference will bring together all the diverse players necessary to create healthy, thriving, and profitable communities. Register today and save 25% on registration! Join ULI in Los Angeles on February 20 and 21 for: A fundamental understanding of what it means to build healthy places and how the market views these places. Examples of what other communities are doing to encourage healthy building and how this has paid off in terms of community and economic health. The latest thinking on what it takes to make healthy … Read More

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