Events

    ULI Boston Webinar: The Future of Urban Areas, July 15, 10-11am EDT

  • 15 July 2020
  • Start time : 10:00 AM
  • End time : 11:00 AM
  • Event Host : ULI Boston
ULI Boston
Event Description

Cities and urban areas have been hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis.  Prior to this, they were the economic engines of the country.  Are cities down and out for the count?

Join on July 15th to hear what Harvard Professor Edward Glaeser, author of "Triumph of the City", thinks about how cities can survive the current crisis and some of the near-term problems that have to be solved. He will be joined by Kishore Varanasi, who is a principal at CBT Architects and has a great deal of experience in city building.  Kishore will explore his ideas on how the real estate industry can solve some of the problems identified by Professor Glaeser.

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • ULI Boston
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Ed Glaeser
      Glimp Professor of Economics, Harvard Kennedy School

      David Stewart
      Cadillac Fairview

      Kishore Varanasi
      Principal, CBT Architects
  • Event type
    • Webinar

Reply/Leave a Comment (You must be logged in to leave a comment)

Not a Member Yet? Register and Join the Community | Log in

 

Please be kind and respectful!
Every organization and everyone can submit to Rate It Green's green building calendar! Simply click register, verify your email address, and create a username and password. You can then decide if you'd like to engage more fully as a community member, but you'll be able to post events.

Please make sure to be respectful of the organizations and companies, and other Rate It Green members that make up our community. We welcome praise and advice and even criticism but all posted content and ratings should be constructive in nature. For guidance on what constitutes suitable content on the Rate It Green site, please refer to the User Agreement and Site Rules.

The opinions, comments, ratings and all content posted by member on the Rate It Green website are the comments and opinions of the individual members who posts them only and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies or policies of Rate It Green. Rate It Green Team Members will monitor posted content for unsuitable content, but we also ask for the participation of community members in helping to keep the site a comfortable and open public forum of ideas. Please email all questions and concerns to admin@rateitgreen.com