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The Case for Open Space

Thursday, July 18th
3:30 - 7:00 p.m.
The Children's Museum of Denver
 
NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION! ULI Presents: The Case for Open Space An important conversation on the role of parks and open space shaping the future of real estate. (Printable Flyer HERE)
 
Colorado’s population has nearly doubled since 1993, and Denver may grow by another 250,000 by 2040. From Central Park to City Park, our best urban developments have already been shaped by great parks and greenways. With rising land costs, our best strategy today may be to reclaim paved areas and worn-out industrial lands.
 
This program looks at the most innovative efforts to plan, design, and pay for new parks, while discussing how they will shape the next generation of development.
 
“Parks and open spaces are essential for the creation of vibrant communities and successful projects. As practitioners and investors, we may well realize this: but how can we identify specific opportunities to incorporate various types of open spaces into our projects? How can we better understand both the health benefits and the return on investment? Who should build them? Who should maintain them?” (from ULI’s Case for Open Space Report).
 
Keynote Speaker: James F. Lima, President, James Lima Planning + Development
 
Program cost varies by membership type. All attendees eligible for 3 hours of Continuing Education through AIA, AICP, and the Colorado Real Estate Commission. Please click below to register or contact ULI Customer Service at 1-800-321-5011.
Join ULI Colorado for a special summer networking reception + adult play time in Joy Park following the program (6 – 7 pm). Registration includes food, drink, and special access to the Children’s Museum’s newest outdoor exhibit, the Adventure Forest (https://www.mychildsmuseum.org/adventure-forest-coming-soon).
 

REGISTER HERE

 
Presented by the Explorer series of ULI Colorado, Susan Brown and Michele Decker, co-chairs.
 
This program is generously support through a grant with the 10-minute Walk Campaign, supported by the Urban Land Institute, Trust For Public Land (TPL), and National Recreation & Parks Association

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