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Imagine a thriving, livable city that promotes responsible land use and provides equitable opportunities for growth. Kansas City is ascending, but our current trajectory is not economically viable down the road. What can we do now to foster sustainable growth and build a city we can all afford?

ULI Kansas City's eight-week webinar series identifies the priorities necessary to create this vision, exploring both challenges and opportunities ahead. Led by Dennis Strait, Gould Evans, and Kevin McGinnis, Keystone Innovation District, each week highlights a different topic guided by subject-matter experts sharing perspectives from design, engineering, building, governing, and community. This episode focuses on equitable development. We'll discuss where we are today, how we got here, what challenges we face, and steps we can take to make our city more equitable for all.

Webinar Summary: Imagine a thriving, livable city that promotes responsible land use and provides equitable opportunities for growth. Kansas City is ascending, but our current trajectory is not economically viable down the road. What can we do now to foster sustainable growth and build a city we can all afford?

ULI Kansas City's eight-week webinar series identifies the priorities necessary to create this vision, exploring both challenges and opportunities ahead. Led by Dennis Strait, Gould Evans, and Kevin McGinnis, Keystone Innovation District, each week highlights a different topic guided by subject-matter experts sharing perspectives from design, engineering, building, governing, and community. This episode focuses on equitable development. We'll discuss where we are today, how we got here, what challenges we face, and steps we can take to make our city more equitable for all.

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