Gwinnett Redevelopment Forum Set for Thursday, October 11

Partnership Gwinnett & the Council for Quality Growth will host the Annual Gwinnett Redevelopment Forum on Thursday, October 11 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Come join an interactive discussion about energizing redevelopment, creating the infrastructure for future investment and implementing innovative revitalization strategies.

For more information and registration, visit


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The Redevelopment Forum is an annual event that brings together:

  • Local government officials
  • Private developers
  • Business and community leaders
  • Architects
  • Attorneys
  • Urban planners

Keynote Speaker:

Charles Waldheim, Chair of Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design

Charles Waldheim is internationally recognized for coining the term “landscape urbanism.” This school of thought is an ecological alternative to “new urbanism” and has gained wide recognition quickly because of its unique ability to reconcile contemporary economic systems with the underlying ecological conditions around which communities are created. The concept of landscape urbanism is sweeping design schools, academia, the avant-garde and the media.

Featured Organizations:

  • PlaceMakers, Alabama
  • River City Company, Chattanooga, TN
  • City of Suwanee
  • City of Decatur
  • Perimeter CID
  • City of Smyrna

Featured Sessions:

  • Why Redevelopment?  Why Now?
  • Extreme Makeover- Greenfield Development to Redevelopment
  • STAR Approaches (Sustainable and Transferable Approaches to Redevelopment)
  • Show me the Money – The Economics of Redevelopment

Event Details:

Date: Thursday, October 11, 2012


RedClay Theatre, 3087 Main Street, Duluth, GA 30096


$35 – Partnership Gwinnett Investors

$45 – Gwinnett Chamber Members

$55 – Non-members

$85 – 3 registrations purchased together




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