Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Webinar Invite: The Benefits of Active Design for Business & Real Estate Development

Please feel free to pass on this webinar announcement!

Creating Healthier Communities Through Design:
The Benefits of  Active  Design  for  Business  &  Real Estate  Development

Tuesday, September 27th | 2:00-3:30pm EST | FREE
Register for the webinar

Webinar featuring: Hugh Morris, National Association of Realtors | Kevin Green, Midtown Alliance | Lee Sobel, EPA Office of Sustainable Communities | Joanna Frank, NYC Food Retail Expansion to Support Health (FRESH) Program

Creating healthier, more active communities, streets, and buildings doesn’t just help address the growing obesity epidemic and the related surge in chronic diseases facing the U.S. and countries across the globe.  In an increasingly mobile world, healthier community design is essential to attracting people and businesses, growing economic development, and creating jobs. More than ever, people are putting a premium on places that offer transportation choices, recreation opportunities, and healthy, fresh food options—and the business and real estate community can help meet this growing demand. This webinar will explore the business case for active, healthy communities, as well as the role that companies in Atlanta, New York City, and other communities across the country are playing in these issues.

Part  of  a  webinar  series  on  how  to  encourage  active  and  healthy  design:  
JUN E 28 2011
:  Creating Healthy Communities Through Design Webinar  
: Becoming  a  Fit  City:  Top  Opportunities  in  Healthy,  Active  Design

For  details  on  upcoming  webinars  or  other  information,  please  contact  Kate  Rube:
This session is under review for 1  CE  /  CM  Unit  through  cosponsorship  with AIANY  and  the  APA  Metro  Chapter

Webinar sponsored by the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and AIANY



Kate Rube

Active Design National Training Manager

Active Des ign Program, City of New York

Center for Architecture / AIA New York Chapter

536 LaGuardia Place

New York, NY 10012

p 212.358.6118 | f 212.696.5022


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