Now in its 25th year, Robert Gibbs will be teaching his popular Harvard University Urban Retail program this fall after the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions are lifted.
The Gibbs course is one of Harvard’s most popular and longest running executive education urban planning and real estate classes. The 3-day session examines the proven planning approaches, design and management principles necessary for the creation of urban retail in cities and new town centers.
This includes tactics used by leading retail developers and considers how they can be applied to a variety of urban settings.
Illustrating Case Studies, the instructors will review:
Robert Gibbs, FASLA, AICP Gibbs Planning Group
Terry Shook: FAIA: Shook-Kelley Architects
Patrick Benvenue: Home Fed Corporation, ME
Eldon Scott: Urban Space , NY
Yaromir Steiner: Steiner Associates, OH
Date: October 2020 Pending COVID-19
Location: Harvard University Campus, Cambridge, MA
CEUs: 21 AIA/CES (HSW) | 21 AICP/CM | 21 LA/CES (HSW)
Contact: Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Executive Education and International Programs
48 Quincy Street, S-102 Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138