Previously recorded on July 28, 2021

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, landlords are now prioritizing upgrading their facilities and integrating health and wellness elements into the design of their buildings to ensure tenants feel as safe as possible when they return to indoor spaces.

In this webinar, Milrose's Gustavo Mazza led a panel of industry experts including Mark Rusitzky (COOKFOX), Eileen Weingarten (Brookfield Properties) and Whitney Smith (Cosentini Associates) in a discussion on the newest trends and strategies being implemented to transform existing buildings into new spaces that meet the health and wellness needs of today's tenants.

Our panel of industry experts covered:

>> The impact health and wellness is having on building design
>> How owners are adding health and wellness amenities to attract and retain tenants
>> Key building performance metrics for tracking health and wellness
>> WELL, Fitwel, WELL Health-Safety Rating, and LEED certification options
>> How to overcome common challenges in meeting certification requirements
>> The most important aspects of wellness to focus on as we move forward after the pandemic



Eileen Weingarten, Vice President, Design, Brookfield Properties


Mark Rusitzky, Partner, COOKFOX

Smith, Whitney

Whitney Smith, Director of Sustainability, Cosentini Associates


Gustavo Mazza, EVP of Life Sciences, Milrose Consultants