10:45 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Friday, May 16
Rapid changes in demographics and consumer preferences—particularly those of the two largest generations of our time, gen Y and the baby boomers—are leading developers and policy makers to rethink how to create communities for the entire life cycle. This is especially important given the rising interest in intergenerational living. But what makes intergenerational communities successful? What types of residential development appeal to different generations looking to live with or near one another? What are the best amenities and design features needed for housing and neighborhoods to support intergenerational living? Join a panel of thought leaders who will answer these questions and explore the best practices and development tools needed to create housing and communities for all ages.
- Margaret Wylde, ProMatura Group LLC
- Janice Blanchard, Aging Better Together
- Helen Foster, Foster Strategy LLC
- Derenda Schubert, Bridge Meadows
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