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Wellness Wanted: Designing Healthy Multifamily Projects for Today’s Renters

Council Member:
$0.00
NAHB Member:
$19.00
Non-member:
$39.00

Wednesday, May 26, 2021
2:00–3:00 p.m. ET

 

This webinar will explore incorporating health and wellness features into your multifamily building and highlight how these features can work symbiotically with sustainable elements for an efficient and comfortable design.

 

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While multifamily housing residents’ interest in wellness as a housing amenity was trending upward before the events of 2020, everything that has happened since has only accelerated such demand. Designs that focus health as well as a desire for a more comfortable living space, are now some of the most sought-after features in apartment living. This webinar will explore incorporating health and wellness into multifamily building and how they can work symbiotically with sustainable elements for an efficient and popular design.

 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Discover the latest health and wellness features and amenities that today’s renters are seeking.
  • Learn the most cost-effective ways for owners and property managers to design communities for a healthier lifestyle.
  • See the latest health and wellness features executed in real case studies for wellness in multifamily.
  • Understand the value and benefits of adding health and wellness features to a multifamily community.

 

Speakers:

  • Speaker 1 – Moderator:  Sean Kelly – Executive Vice President, LNWA
  • Speaker 2 – Angela Harris, MS, BS, CMP, ASID, IIDA – CEO & Principal, TRIO Design
  • Speaker 3 – Bobby Long, AIA, LEED AP – Director of Design, KEPHART

 

Can’t attend but don’t want to miss out? Replays will be available to all registrants throughout 2021. If you have any questions, please contact nahblearning@nahb.org.