ULI BC City in 2050: Innovation in Transit-Oriented Development
Sustainable cities are compact, accessible and connected – with the hierarchy of mixed-use development densities and transit modalities closely related. Transit shapes development through – Transit-Oriented Development.
Our panel of experts will discuss leading-edge international and local examples of transit-oriented development including: Transbay Terminal San Francisco and Oakridge Center, as well as perspectives on transit and development in Vancouver.
Come and learn about the TRANSBAY Terminal, San Francisco – a world-class example of high-density transit-oriented development. TRANSBAY is set to transform 40 acres of vacant state owned downtown San Francisco lands into a vibrant mixed-use landmark development of 2,600 residences, 3 M SF of office and commercial space, 100,000 SF of retail all interconnected with walkable plazas, parks and public urban spaces.
Attendees will gain insights through our panel of experts and discussion:
- How will TOD shape the growth, diversity, form of development and richness of experience for the City in 2050?
- What are best practices that can make TOD projects more successfully integrate into their broader community?
- What kinds of public and private initiatives are required to enable truly innovative and successful transit-oriented development?
- International example: Transbay, San Francisco – Mike Grisso, Senior Project Manager, San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure
- Local example: Oakridge Redevelopment, Vancouver – Graeme Silvera, Vice-President, Development, Western Region, Ivanhoe Cambridge
- Brian Mills, Director, Service & Infrastructure Planning, TransLink
- Moderator: Graham McGarva, Founding Principal, VIA Architecture
Join us for an engaging discussion and debate on the leading projects and topics around transit-oriented development. Not to be missed!
Feel free to review the event program here.
To register for this luncheon click below or call 1-800-321-5011.
*All fees include lunch and are in US dollars and individual registration fees increase by $15 after September 10, 2013. Table registrations are only available until September 10, 2013.
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