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Building the 21st Century City

Could a new zoning code make Cleveland a greener, healthier and more equitable city? Event recap by By Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer Read More

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ULI Cleveland’s Building Healthy Places Series Explores Multifamily Housing

An important part of building healthy places is making sure that there are healthy options for everyone in a community. There are many assisted living communities in the US but most of them are very expensive, with rents ranging from $3,000-$12,000 per month, and residents may not need all of the services provided by these communities as they age. As a part of its Building Healthy Places Series, and The Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Building Healthy Places Initiative, ULI Cleveland held a program that promoted developing healthy multifamily housing. The … Read More

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ULI Cleveland’s Young Leaders Group Explores Opportunities for Healthy Food Access and Economic Development

The ULI Young Leaders Group in Cleveland toured a hydroponic greenhouse that is focusing on local food production and economic development. Read More

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Quality Connected Places & Lessons Learned from Akron

ULI Cleveland explored Akron’s Historic District and why building quality connected places and the central business district is so important to community prosperity. The panel discussion took place at the charming Uncorked Wine Bar and revealed how one developer has transformed an under-performing city block by creating an entertainment and arts district; a vision that required creative financing and hard work. Participants toured the historic district after the program. Presentations: Hunter Morrison, Executive Director, Northeast Ohio Sustainable Communities Consortium Initiative Vibrant NEO 2040 Tony Troppe, President, The Everett Group, Developer of … Read More

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