Dallas is rapidly becoming a mega-city.

Nov 14

5:30 - 7:00pm
HKS Dallas, Learning Center
350 N St Paul Street, Ste #100, Dallas, TX 75201

How can careful planning make it the healthiest and most robust city in America?

Dallas is rapidly approaching the 10 million population mark that will catapult it into mega-city status. How can we plan for the urban densification we know is coming to ensure that our city remains one of the most livable in America? This panel will explore how urban design, sustainability, walkability and smart growth can pave the way in making Dallas one of the most attractive places in the country to live, work and play.

Hear from the panelists, moderated by Mark Lamster, award-winning architectural critic of the Dallas Morning News, a professor in the architecture school at the University of Texas at Arlington, and a 2017 Loeb Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Design:

  • Adrain Parr, Dean of the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs at The University of Texas at Arlington and holder of the UNESCO Chair on Water Access and Sustainability.
  • Brent Brown, President and CEO of the Trinity Park Conservancy, architect, city planner, and urban designer devoted to helping the City of Dallas achieve its vision of the Trinity River as the natural gathering place for all of Dallas.
  • Calvert Collin-Bratton, recently appointed President of the Dallas Park and Recreation Board, former broadcast reporter and Vice President with Methodist Health System Foundation.
  • Dan Noble, President and CEO of HKS, passionate advocate for intelligent growth in Dallas.

Light refreshments will be provided.

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