#86 Building a Healthy City and Suburb

Number of presentations – 10, including:

Building a Healthy City Center: Carmel, IN  (Slides)
James Brainard, Mayor, Carmel, IN, USA    

Connecting Inner Queretaro  (Paper and Slides)
Ruben Garnica-Monroy, Professor, Tecnologico de Monterrey Campus ITESM, Queretaro, MEXICO

Scotts Run Station – Suburban Transformation in Tysons Corner, Virginia   (Slides)
Merrill St. Leger, Principal, and Sven Shockey, Principal, SmithGroupJJR, Washington, DC, USA   

The Urban Commercial Overlay: A Successful Tool for Re-Urbanizing Neighborhood Business Districts  (Paper and Slides)
Vince Papsidero, AICP, Planning Administrator, City of Columbus, Ohio, USA. 

Community-led Main Street Revitalization     (Paper and Slides)
Carolyn Dellutri, CMSM, CTP, Senior Director of Programs and Services, Chicago, IL, USA. 

Financing the Evolution of the Built Environment     (Paper and Slides)
Mary Vogel, Urban Planner/Designer, PlanGreen, Portland, OR, USA; Katlin Jackson, Fundrise, Seattle, WA, USA, and Kevin Cavanaugh, Guerrilla Development, Portland, OR, USA

Making Cities LAST       (Paper)
Jassen Callender, Associate Professor, Director of the Jackson Center, Mississippi State University School of Architecture, Jackson, MS, USA.     

Background Architecture: Weaving Meaningful Threads into the Urban Fabric (Paper and Slides)
Kyle Campbell, Intern Architect, Champlin Architecture, Cincinnati, OH, USA. 

Columbus, IN: Continuing to Create a Better Community with Innovative Modern Architecture  (Paper and Slides)
Steven R. Risting, Architect, Adjunct Instructor of Architecture, Ball State University Indianapolis, IN, USA.

Real Estate Site Selection Model for Incremental Suburban Redevelopment   (Paper and Slides)
Nicholas Knodt, Masters of Architecture Student, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA.

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