ULI Toronto: Placemaking at the Mall: The Future of Intensification

When

Thursday, October 24th, 2019
7:30am - 9:30am EDT

Where

The Globe and Mail Centre Will open in a new window 351 King Street East, Level 17 Toronto, ON M5A 0N1 CANADA

Pricing

Standard Pricing Until October 22 Members Non-Members
Private CA$60.00 CA$90.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit CA$45.00 CA$90.00
Retired CA$45.00 N/A
Student CA$25.00 CA$90.00
Under Age 35 CA$45.00 CA$90.00
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 Development
Philip Ristevski, Director, Development, Cadillac Fairview
Lisa Chandler, Vice President, Development, Oxford Properties
Warren Krug, SVP, Finance & Planning, Brookfield Residential
Andrew Duncan, Senior Vice President, Development, RioCan
 
Panel 2: Perspectives on Design
Ralph Giannone, Principal, Giannone Petricone Associates Architects Inc.
Anna Madeira, Executive Principal, Quadrangle
Sarah Henstock, Manager, Community Planning Etobicoke York District, City of Toronto
 
 
 

The Globe and Mail Centre 351 King Street East, Level 17 Toronto, ON M5A 0N1 CANADA

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