Mixed use environments present incredible opportunities to support diverse, equitable, and healthy places. Places that are safer, more secure, and provide for a myriad range of activities and interactions. Places of commercial opportunity that sustainably leverage resources within a resilient framework. And places that support the needs and aspirations of our clients, residents, tenants, and visitors. Based upon our research and work with clients across the globe, Gensler offers the design expertise, services, and understanding of the influences that will envision the resilient shared spaces of the future.
On Tuesday, July 21, Gensler Mixed Use Leaders J.F. Finn, Vaki Mawema, Bea De Paz, and Duncan Paterson joined Global Practice Areas Leader Ray Shick to host a webinar. The conversation reviews considerations for renewing a focus on health and wellness in mixed use spaces and retail centers, refocusing on the community to support sustainable neighborhoods, and reimagining the future of the public realm with resilient hybrid spaces.
The experts offer advice on strategies for immediate actions and future planning to enhance the future of community spaces, open spaces, flexible and hackable environments, and hybrid places of the future. The discussion also includes guidance on select tools and services to quickly develop data and action plans for rapid planning and implementation, as well as interim solutions that pivot building and tenant experiences towards future needs, and long-term strategies and solutions to plan for a healthier environment, enhanced user experience, and more leverage from real estate assets.
Watch the webinar and download Gensler’s Transforming Mixed Use and Retail Centers Guidebook to learn more about how we’re working with clients to address strategies and solutions that not only get us back to mixed use environments and retail centers, but also prepare us for their long-term future.