Webinar Summary: As Toronto grapples with COVID-19 (along with cities and regions the world over), city builders are considering its potential impacts on urban density, housing, work, mobility and neighbourhoods in the future. Presented by the Ryerson City Building Institute in collaboration with the Urban Land Institute Toronto, the “Future of Cities” discussion series brings together notable urbanists and Ryerson academics for insightful discussions of how this global pandemic will change the way we live.
This report presents a snapshot of real estate professionals’ awareness and adoption of practices supporting health and social equity, and identifies opportunities for further implementation of such practices by real estate organizations and ULI.
By demonstrating what companies have already achieved at their properties, and their motivations for doing so, this report aims to accelerate the uptake of health and social equity initiatives in commercial real estate portfolios market wide.
Dr. David Owens, Founding Partner, OT&P Healthcare will demystify how COVID-19 is transmitted at work and what the long-term implications are for real estate owners and occupiers to fully COVID-proof buildings.