Developing Urban Mixed-Use Properties and New Urban Neighborhoods: Three Case Studies

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Developing Urban Mixed-Use Properties and New Urban Neighborhoods: Three Case Studies
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June 5, 2014 12:00 pm
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June 5, 2014 1:00 pm
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May 19, 2014
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ULI is offering a free webinar series exclusively for its members. Join now so you can attend the next one, which will feature findings from three of the latest ULI Case Studies. This webinar is the first in a new series that will occur quarterly.

WHAT
The opportunities for redevelopment and reuse of underutilized sites in central cities are increasing as urban environments continue to attract both businesses and residents, but many challenges and obstacles remain for developers who seek to undertake such projects. Urban redevelopment projects are often large, complex, financially difficult, involve public-private partnerships, and incorporate a mix of uses.

This webinar will discuss the challenges and opportunities that developers encounter when undertaking urban redevelopment efforts in North American cities. The webinar will feature presentations and discussions related to three projects that have been featured in the ULI Case Studies over the past year, including Harper Court in Chicago, Riverfront Park in Denver, and Woodward’s in Vancouver. The case studies featured in this webinar have been generously underwritten by the law firm Allen Matkins. For more information on these and other new case studies, visit www.uli.org/casestudies.

MODERATOR
Dean Schwanke, Senior Vice President, Case Studies and Publications, Urban Land Institute, Washington, DC

SPEAKERS
Dave Cocagne, President and CEO, Vermilion Development, Chicago, IL
Amy Cara, Chief Financial Officer, Downtown Denver, East West Partners, Denver, CO
Gregory Henriquez, Managing Partner, Henriquez Partners Architects, Vancouver, BC

REGISTER
Join today to register for this free, members-only webinar! Call 800-321-5011, visit uli.org/join, or e-mail membership@uli.org for more information or to join! You must join in order to register!

Space is limited, so sign up today!

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