Its More Than a Trail…How Greenways lead to Real Estate Development, Health, Mobility and more!
VENUE CHANGE! New venue is Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery 1414 Clinton St, (at Marathon Village).
Across the globe, developers seizing a competitive advantage are leveraging growing interest in biking and walking and are building along greenways and trail corridors at great financial returns.
At the same time, municipalities and their public/non-profit and private partners are promoting health, equity, connectivity and sustainability by investing in active transportation infrastructure projects.
Add to that, residents, workers, tourists et al are demanding more accessible, flexible and greater mobility options.
Nashville is arguably behind its peer cities in a comprehensive active transportation system that catalyzes trail-oriented development (TOD) projects.
ULI Nashville will host a variety of experts to discuss how greenways are more than just a trail…they are a real estate play, a mode of transportation, a social gathering place, a source of health benefits, and economic development boost, and more.
Conversations moderated by Hal Clark, Principal, Civil Site Design Group, the program will feature examples by several trail-adjacent real estate developers including Frank Clark, Director of Strategy & Development, for Stahl in Minneapolis, MN, Trinity Hart,Vice President & Principal, Deylen Realty, Indianapolis, IN, and by policy makers and trail advocates.
Register to hear how you can tap in to this under-explored frontier in Nashville’s development and transportation landscape.
Be sure to read ULI’s report, Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier
REGISTER BEFORE AUGUST 3rd to save $15 surcharge for Onsite Registration!
EVENT REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday August 3rd (midnight)
Registration Fees: Member / Non Member Price
Private $ 35/ $ 55
Public/Nonprofit $ 25 /$ 45
Under 35 $25 / $40
Student $15 / $25
Retired $15 / NA
Spotlighted Diamond Annual Sponsor: Aerial Development’Group
Thanks for Support from the Nashville Civic Design Center