Malls have been part of the social and geographic fabric of urban and suburban landscapes for decades. In a new era of mixed-use development and land-use intensification, the redevelopment of large-scale malls and smaller retail plazas provides the opportunity to create communities of the future through placemaking.
- How can malls be reimagined as true mixed-use community destinations?
- What are the opportunities and challenges for placemaking in these new communities?
- How are other jurisdictions dealing with these questions?
To address these thoughts and more, join our panel of developers, planners and architects showcasing the redevelopment of new large-scale communities and smaller retail plaza infill in Canada and the US.
Moderator: Anne Morash, SVP, Multi-residential, GWL Realty Advisors
Panel 1: Perspectives on DevelopmentPhilip Ristevski
, Director, Development, Cadillac FairviewLisa Chandler
, Vice President, Development, Oxford PropertiesWarren Krug
, SVP, Finance & Planning, Brookfield Residential
Andrew Duncan, Senior Vice President, Development, RioCan
Panel 2: Perspectives on DesignRalph Giannone
, Principal, Giannone Petricone Associates Architects Inc.Anna Madeira
, Executive Principal, Quadrangle
Sarah Henstock, Manager, Community Planning Etobicoke York District, City of Toronto