Webinar Summary: 15-minute communities hold the promise of accelerating decarbonization, increasing housing affordability, reducing climate and health risks, and fostering social equity. This approach to city building lays a foundation for developing compact, mixed-use, and walkable communities that can increase real estate value, create co-benefits for joint use and co-location, and generate new resources to help invest in local communities. The ULI Curtis Infrastructure Initiative created the Building 15-Minute Communities: A Leadership Guide to share actionable leadership strategies across public, private, and non-profit sectors to: -Decarbonize metro regions with a network of 15-minute transit-oriented communities -Diversify urban central business districts into affordable, live-in downtowns -Humanize edge cities into heat proof, resilient, retirement, and child-friendly communities -Densify suburban corridors into walkable, mixed-use innovation districts -Transform suburban malls into transit and trail-oriented mixed-use communities -Activate exurbs as working landscapes of agrihoods and nature-based solutions Watch this webinar for a robust conversation with global experts in infrastructure on how to leverage holistic infrastructure investment and real estate development strategies to support thriving 15-minute communities across six geographic typologies.
Building 15-Minute Communities: A Leadership Guide shares promising insights and strategies for leveraging infrastructure investment and real estate development to create walkable, transit-oriented, sustainable, complete communities.
Learn from global experts on how to bring nature back to the city, deliver parks, green streets, flood protection/stormwater management, utilities, and environmental restoration in one project.
How can you combine energy grid, renewable energy, carbon removal and waste management (such as automated waste collection system) in one district? How can you leverage nature based solutions (NBS) to improve conditions for energy infrastructure, int...