Cultivating Development: Trends and Opportunities at the Intersection of Food and Real Estate
Cultivating Development: Trends and Opportunities at the Intersection of Food and Real Estate

Cultivating Development: Trends and Opportunities at the Intersection of Food and Real Estate

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

64 Pages, 8.5 x 11

Formats: Paperback

Paperback, $14.95 (US $14.95) (CA $19.95)

Publication Date: November 2016

ISBN 9780874203943

Price: $14.95
 
 

Overview

How can a focus on food within real estate projects translate into enhancements to health, environmental sustainability, and the bottom line? This publication explores the mutually beneficial relationship between food-based amenities—such as working farms, community gardens, food halls, restaurants, and grocery stores—and real estate. It highlights how the growing interest in and awareness of fresh, local food is spurring innovation in development projects. 

Author Biography

Kathleen Carey is the former Chief Executive Officer of the ULI Foundation. Rachel MacCleery is Senior Vice President at the Urban Land Institute, where she leads the organization's Building Healthy Places and Infrastructure programs. Sarene Marshall is the former Executive Director of the Urban Land Institute's Center for Sustainability. Matthew Norris is a Director of ULI Content.