Repositioning Suburbia for the Next Wave of Economic Development

APA Ohio Chapter

#9135026

Thursday, September 28, 2017
1:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. EDT

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Overview

This session will discuss how with recent demographic trends pointing to a resurgence of urban places, suburbs are finding that the old rules no longer apply. Dublin is facing several challenges in this regard: reinventing its “legacy” office parks, as a way to position the city to harness the economic energy of the “innovation” economy and to answer the demand from residents and employers to increase transportation options. These trends were a catalyst for the planning projects and associated policy and code updates, linked together by mutual goals and supported by strategies for a multi-modal transportation system. Dublin has had success with its Bridge Street initiative to build a new, walkable and urban place. It is betting on similar success with its suburban office parks and mobility plan.

Speakers

Tammy Noble

Confirmed Speaker

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Vince Papsidero

Confirmed Speaker

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Devayani Puranik

Confirmed Speaker

Devayani Puranik works as a Senior Planner for the City of Dublin, where she oversees long range and strategic planning projects. She has been part of noteworthy projects such as Dublin Corporate Area Plan, Smart Parking Management, Mobility Study, and innovative web based Community Plan. Prior to joining the City ... Read More

Joanne Shelly, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Joanne Shelly, AICP, RLA, LEED BD+C, has worked in A/E design and development for over 25 years and has a broad range of project experience. She is currently leading a multi-phase mobility study, for the City of Dublin, which has provided her with an opportunity to engage with ... Read More

Contact Info

Christine Dersi Davis, info@ohioplanning.org