Rancho Mission Viejo Hosts Forum on Promoting Healthy Communities
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As the planned area continues to emphasize the well-being of residents and the community as a whole, Rancho Mission Viejo recently hosted a public discussion in partnership with the Urban Land Institute Orange County/Inland Empire on the impact of household and community development on people’s health.
“We were honored to be able to host this ULI event at Ranch Camp, our new facility that prioritizes wellness with outdoor experiences, improves our quality of life and brings the community together,” said Paul Johnson, vice -executive president of the community. development for Rancho Mission Viejo, in a press release. “It’s crucial that we continue to have conversations about how to improve the well-being of not only our Ranch residents, but the Orange County community at large.”
The forum was the first event held at Ranch Camp, RMV’s latest amenity. Ranch Camp has an outdoor fitness area, swimming pool and visitor center. It is in the district of Rienda.
Randall Lewis, partner of the Lewis Group of Companies, and Teri Slavik-Tsuyuki, co-chair of the Wellness Communities & Real Estate initiative of the Global Wellness Institute (GWI), were among the speakers.
“Everyone in our industry needs to pay close attention to health, wellness and sustainability in our residential communities. These factors are becoming increasingly important to our customers,” Lewis said. “People are looking for more than shelter when choosing a place to live, and we believe that health, well-being, sustainability and a sense of community can greatly help the lives of our customers.”
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