Lunchtime Learning: What’s Next? The Evolution of Multifamily Residential

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Tuesday, May 11, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
Zoom

Event Details

What’s Next? The Evolution of Multifamily Residential Design: Strategies to Address Lasting Design Impacts of COVID-19 on the Multifamily Residential Market

FREE for CAA Management Company Members/ $29 Non-Member Rate

Learning objective

  1. Data insights from FitzGerald’s industry research on the impact of COVID-19 on multifamily residents and property managers
  2. Perspectives into how new habits, such as Work-from-Home and health consciousness, will impact the design units and amenities for years to come
  3. Practical tips for property managers and owners on how existing buildings can be adapted to meet current needs

Audience (Property managers, leasing professionals, maintenance, etc.)

    • Multifamily Developers & Owners, Property Managers, Leasing Professionals, Design Professionals

 Presented by: Kristen Larkin, Interior Design Director and Associate Principal at FitzGerald Associates Architects

Kristen Larkin, ASID is FitzGerald’s Interior Design Director and an Associate Principal. She was an adjunct faculty member at Harrington Institute of Interior Design from 2001-2004, teaching Design Fundamentals and Interior Design. She is an experienced speaker participating in panels for Bisnow and Knoll’s lecture series.

For over 20 years, Kristen has designed a range of custom public and private spaces including numerous multifamily developments, senior living communities, hotels, dormitories and commercial offices. As the Director of FitzGerald’s Interior Design team, she has worked with many high-profile multifamily developers across Chicagoland and beyond. Kristen’s portfolio also includes hospitality properties including multiple destination hotels for Marriott and Hilton as well as boutique hotels such as The Robey. She has been responsible for the implementation of creative interior design solutions from the initial concept and planning phase through construction and furniture and artwork installation, but her real passion is collaborating with her clients to create environments that engaging, memorable and inviting.

*Approved for 1 CEC towards NAA designations.

For More Information:

Alana White
Alana White
Programs & Professional Development Manager Chicagoland Apartment Association (312)207-1890x4