One week until Creating Great Neighborhoods
Our Dec. 2 event, discussing the elements that make neighborhoods great, is full, but you can sign up for the waitlist.
We all know great neighborhoods when we see them. But what specifically gives them this distinction? On Tuesday, December 2, a panel of local real estate and government experts will discuss the elements that move people to live, work and socialize in neighborhoods throughout the District: walkability and proximity to public transportation, retail and restaurants, parks, sustainability and other amenities. We'll be on the eighth floor of 100 M St. SE
overlooking the stunning changes in Capitol Riverfront, which will serve as a case study in D.C. neighborhood development.
For this event, we’re partnering with Nixon Peabody, a law firm known locally and nationally for its innovative approach to real estate development and its focus on financing high-impact, socially-oriented community projects.
Former D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams
will deliver brief remarks before joining Michael Stevens
, president of the Capitol Riverfront BID and James McCandless
, director of retail for Streetsense, for a panel discussion.
Nixon Peabody managing partner Jeff Lesk
will moderate the discussion.
We are full up, but you can grab a spot on the waitlist here
, or review the details below.
December 2, 2014, 6:00-8:30
100 M St SE
Anthony Williams, Michael Stevens, James McCandless, and you.