ULI Virginia asks “Has the East End of Tomorrow Arrived?”

09/12/2017 6:15 AM by

Urban Land Institute Virginia is hosting “Has the East End of Tomorrow Arrived?” next week at the Sarah Garland Jones Center on Nine Mile:

Date: September 20, 2017

7:30am – Registration & Networking
8:00 am – Breakfast & Program
9:00 am – Q&A

Venue: Front Porch Café

Garland Center
2600 Nine Mile Road
Richmond, VA 23223

Registration Fees:
Members $30
Nonmembers $50

Preregistration fees based on RSVPs received prior to or on the September 18th deadline.


On site registration fees increase by $10


Steve Markel, Vice Chairman, Markel

Stephen Weir, Executive Director, Church Hill Activities and Tutoring (CHAT)

Albert Walker, Director of Healthy Communities, Bon Secours Richmond Health System

Program Description:

Long known for its concentration of poverty and home to the city’s six large public housing projects, the East End of Richmond is transforming from a place we hide our poor to the place we prove we can all live, work and play together.

Is the East End becoming a model of urban revitalization?

Learn about the economic and community development activities underway and planned for the East End of Richmond, with a primary focus on Church Hill.

Register on line or call 1-800-321-5011 by Monday, September 18th.

Questions: or 804-873-5703

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