The Preserving and Planning for Progress event has been rescheduled to Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at Howard Theater has been rescheduled. We are asking all those attendees that previously registered please reregister.
The District is experiencing outstanding growth in both its population and economy. Over the next 20 years the population is expected to grow by more than 200,000 people. During this same time period we are expected to add 40,000 new jobs. This time is now to begin conversations about how we and maintain momentum around development projects in the pipeline, accommodate future growth, preserve our city’s historic character.
The event seeks to bring together historic preservationists, real estate development professionals and community stakeholders to engage one another on the opportunities and challenges around growth and development in the nation’s most historic city. It will consist of a series of moderated discussions with local and national experts to provide context on the District’s unique regulatory planning and development environment, and highlight planning innovation and creative development partnerships that have been inclusive of historic preservation goals.