2012 Fall Meeting Presentations


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The following is a list of presentations from sessions at the 2012 Fall Meeting in Denver, Colorado. You can also purchase audio presentations from the fall meeting at Playback Now.

Wednesday, October 17

Real Estate Finance 101: The Basics

The Power of  Crowd Sourcing in Placemaking from the BMW/Guggenheim Lab and Local Projects

Smarter Cities: Technology as a Tool in Real Estate Development and Urban Design

  • Ladd Keith
    Coordinator, Sustainable Built Environments Degree, University of Arizona and Planning Commissioner at the City of Tucson
  • Jonathan Koehn
    Regional Sustainability Coordinator, City of Boulder, Colorado
  • Gerard Mooney
    General Manager, Global Smarter Cities, IBM
  • Ray Rapuano
    Business Development Manager, Smart+Connected Communities, Cisco

Fundamental Skills for Real Estate Development Professionals I – Financial Analysis

  • Matthew Cypher
    Director, Real Estate Initiative, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University

Real Estate Finance 201: The Realities

  • Stephen R. Blank
    Senior Resident Fellow, Finance, ULI-the Urban Land Institute

What’s Next: A Personal Journey

Denver FasTracks- Catching the Train to TOD Opportunities

  • Aaron Miripol
    President and Chief Executive Officer, Urban Land Conservancy

Generation Y: What Kind of Real Estate Do they Really Want?

Fundamental Skills for Real Estate Development Professionals I (cont’d) – Site Selection and Due Diligence

Real Estate Finance 301: Raising Capital and Syndicating a Deal

  • Richard B. Peiser
    Michael D. Spear Professor of Real Estate Development, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

Giving Back:  ULI Members Making a Difference

How do Retail Property Investors Respond to the Digital Revolution?

  • David Armitage
    Head of Enterprise Initiatives, Corio N.V.
  • Andrew J. Nelson
    Director of Research and Retail Sector Specialist, RREEF Real Estate
  • Mitchell Weimer
    Senior Manager, Retail Strategy and Operations, Deloitte Consulting LLP

The New Growth Agenda of Cities: What Lessons from the U.S. and Europe?

Fundamental Skills for Real Estate Development Professionals II – Project Entitlement

Urban Innovation Showcase

Cultural Urbanism:  Distinct Urban Places that Promote Social Interaction and Create Value

Cracking the Regional Nut: Transportation Planning, Funding, and Voting

  • Kathleen Osher
    Executive Director, Transit Alliance
  • Will Schroeer
    Director, Infrastructure for Economic Development, Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Jon Wilson
    Principal, Kimley-Horn and Associates

Fundamental Skills for Real Estate Development Professionals II (cont’d) – Structuring the Deal to be Profitable

Public Art at the New Denver Crime Lab

Bringing Main Street to the River in a Mountain Resort: Lessons Learned from a ULI Technical Advisory Panel

  • Tyler B. Gibbs
    Director, Planning and Community Development, City of Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Engaging Mixed-Use Development through Open Space

Breathing New Life into a 20th Century Park: Perk Park Case Study

Beyond the Numbers: Using Macroeconomic Research to Make Real Estate Investment Decisions

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Thursday, October 18

General Session

  • Dr. Andrea Boltho
    Emeritus Fellow, University of Oxford, Director, Oxford Economics

The Residential and Master Planned Community Ideas Festival – Session 1: Breakthrough Strategies

  • Greg J. Vogel
    Chief Executive Officer, Land Advisors Organization

De-Mystifying Mainland China Real Estate Markets: Real Deals and Investable Insights

In it Together:  A Developer, an Urban School Superintendent and a Philanthropist Partner to Improve a Failing School and Protect an Investment

  • Kelly R. Leid
    Director of Development Services, City and County of Denver

Bringing the City Back to the Airport: Denver International Airport and the Future of Airport Cities

Are Brands Shaping Cities?

The Olympics: Past, Present, and Future

Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2013

  • Stephen R. Blank
    Senior Resident Fellow, Finance, ULI-the Urban Land Institute

Asia Real Estate Capital Markets

  • Brandon Sedloff
    Managing Director, ULI Asia Pacific, ULI-the Urban Land Institute

Real Deals in Real Time: The Good, The Not So Good and The Not So Pretty

High-End Waterfront Development

Demographics On The Ground

  • Hessam Nadji
    Managing Director, Research and Advisory Services, Marcus & Millichap
  • Jay Lybik
    Vice President, Market Research, Equity Residential

Innovative Placemaking:  Adding Value to your Communities Through Art

  • Tim Halbur
    Director of Communications, Art Place

Network and Building Technologies: The Coming Revolution in Building Performance

  • Helen Gurfel
    Executive Director, ULI Greenprint Center
  • Nikhil Kalghatgi
    Director, Building Technology and Sustainability, RealFoundations
  • Tom Myers
    Director,  Commercial Real Estate Solutions, Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
  • Joe O’Connor
    Senior Executive Director, Cisco Systems, Inc.

Sustaining Excellence and Enthusiasm in Health, Relationships and Work

  • Robert Maurer
    Author, “One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way,” Director of Behavioral Sciences, Family Practice Residency Program, Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center, and Associate Professor, UCLA School of Medicine

Real Deals:  Finding and Structuring Partnership Equity

Denver Union Station: Historic Station Anchors New Mixed Use Multi-Modal Transportation Hub

  • William E. Mosher
    Senior Managing Director, Trammell Crow Company and Owner’s Representative, Denver Union Station Project Authority (DUSPA)
  • Ferdinand Belz
    Principal, Union Station Alliance (USA) and Pricipal, REGen, LLC
  • Tom Clark
    Chief Executive Officer, Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation and Executive Vice President, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
  • Mark L. Smith
    Principal, East West Partners and Principal, Union Station Neighborhood Company (USNC)

Can Urban Parks be Catalysts for Real Estate Investment?

Communities Designed Around Health: A Moral Imperative to the Development Community

The Real Story on Deep Energy Savings Investment

  • Tom Thibodeau
    Professor and Academic Director , Real Estate Center, Leeds School of Business, University of Colorado-Boulder
  • Michael Bendewald
    Consultant, Rocky Mountain Institute
  • Cathy Higgins
    Research Director, New Buildings Institute
  • John R. Rizzo
    Managing Director, Global Construction, ProLogis

$500 Billion a Year and Counting: How to Improve the Federal Role in Real Estate

  • Ilana Preuss
    Vice President and Chief of Staff, Smart Growth America

De Novo Equity: How to Use New Market Tax Credits and EB-5 Programs to Finance Ground-Up Development Projects

Shark Tank

Multifamily Development Today 2.0

Social Media and Engagement: Strategies and Case Studies

Are Canadian Models for Infrastructure Development an Answer to Infrastructure Challenges in the US?

Mexico Success Stories

The Frick and Frack of Fracking

Mainstreaming Zero: Large Scale Commercial Net Zero Energy Buildings

Community Sustainable Development:  A Self-Sustaining Approach to Resource Conservation and Environmental Justice

A Lesson in Urban Regeneration to Attract and Sustain: Atlantic City Vision Master Plan

  • David Sheldon
    Vice President, Americas Regional Director, The Jerde Partnership, Inc.

Planning the Growth of Moscow

Creating Coalitions: A Successful Strategy for Affordable Housing Advocacy

  • Lora McCray
    Manager, Housing Opportunity, National Association of REALTORS®

Global Power City Index 2012

  • Chiharu Hirota
    Researcher, Institute for Urban Strategies, the Mori Memorial Foundation

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Friday, October 19

Community Building Breakthroughs and the Bottom Line

Jobs in the New Economy:  The Real Estate Connection

  • Mary Ludgin
    Managing Director and Director of Global Investment Research, Heitman
  • William Maher
    Director of North American Strategy, LaSalle Investment Management

What’s Next:  Movement—People, Goods, Services.

Culture, the Arts, Technology, Financing, Partnerships: Re-Writing the Rules for Development

  • Chad Munitz
    Executive Vice President, 3CDC – Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation

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