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Thursday, Nov. 8
(Check-in and continental breakfast begin at 8:30)
Free parking in the lot east of the community center, across Beverly Avenue
Who Should Attend:
Anyone from the public or private sector who is interested in creating a more resilient and adaptable region.
There is no cost to attend, but registration is required. Register online or call
What the Numbers Tell Us:
Sustainable development has received a lot of attention over the last few years. Mixed-use, walkable communities that promote housing, transportation, and life style choices are not only talked about, but increasingly being built all over the country. Is this economically feasible for the Kansas City metro area and what is the local market for such development?
“What the Numbers Tell Us: The Regional Market for Sustainable Development” is your opportunity to discuss new market information developed through MARC’s Creating Sustainable Places initiative.
Representatives from the local development community will discuss what this data means for development in the Kansas City region. Panelists include:
This event is sponsored by the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, the Lewis White Real Estate Center at the UMKC Bloch School of Management and the Urban Land Institute–Kansas City.