SOLD OUT! TOD 3 Part Series “Shifting Suburbs” Presents… Part 1: A New Framework for Compact Development
ULI Colorado’s TOD Best Practices Committee presents Part 1 of 3 Part “Shifting Suburbs” Series: A New Framework for Compact Development.
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For the past two decades, suburban areas have been making a slow transition from car-dependent to people-oriented design, with more options for walking, cycling or public transportation. But many challenges remain to transforming suburbs from auto-dependent, single-use environments into thriving, walkable, mixed-use places.
Come learn about this trend nationally with local case studies as ULI Research Fellow Ed McMahon presents on this topic, the subject of a recent ULI publication.
Ed McMahon holds the Charles E. Fraser Chair on Sustainable Development at ULI in Washington, D.C. He is nationally known as an inspiring and thought provoking speaker and authority on topics related to sustainable development, land conservation, smart growth, and historic preservation.
As the Senior Fellow for Sustainable Development, McMahon leads ULI’s worldwide efforts to conduct research and education related to environmentally sensitive development policies and practices.
Before joining ULI in 2004, McMahon spent 14 years as the Vice President and Director of Land Use Planning for The Conservation Fund in Arlington, Va., where he helped protect more than 5 million acres of land of historic or natural significance. He is also the co-founder and former President of Scenic America. Before that, he taught law and public policy at Georgetown University Law Center and served in the U.S. Army, both at home and abroad.
McMahon recently chaired three national ULI Advisory Panels in Colorado to study healthy community initiatives in Arvada, Denver and Lamar. He is the author or co-author of 15 books and over 300 articles.
Other featured speakers:
- William E. Mosher, Senior managing director, Trammell Crow Company, recently selected as the lead company to develop an 8.9-acre TOD next to Olde Town Arvada.
- Maureen Phair, Executive Director, Arvada Urban Renewal Authority
- Steve Clarke, President/CEO Prime West
- Caryn Champine, Community Planning and Development, Denver
- Arvada Olde Towne TOD
- Belleview Station 42-acre Master Plan
- Prime West Office Building at Belleview Station
7:30am-8:00am: Registration, Breakfast Provided
8:00am-8:40am: ULI Introductions, Presentation on National Publication “Shifting Suburbs” written and presented by Ed McMahon
8:40am-9:10am: Presentation on Belleview: Steve Clark, Caryn Champine 9:10am-9:40am: Presentation on Arvada: Bill Mosher, Maureen Phair 9:40am: Ed McMahon leads Q&A
10:00am: Program Adjourns
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