WLI Boardroom After Dark
When: Wednesday, September 13th, 6 pm – 8 pm
Where: Osteria Marco, 1453 Larimer Street, Denver CO
ULI Colorado is pleased to announce Boardroom After Dark! These intimate dinner gatherings bring a small group of ULI members together with some of Colorado’s most dynamic and engaging real estate leaders.
This is a unique opportunity to get up-close-and-personal with some of the real estate professionals who are making things happen in the Mile High City and beyond. The conversations will explore how they are changing the public engagement process, raising capital, and creatively adapting existing spaces. Career paths and personal anecdotes that have contributed (or not) to their success will be another topic of discussion.
Our first Boardroom After Dark program features a conversation between Mary Sullivan, one of the most successful woman commercial real estate brokers in Denver’s history, formerly with HFF, and Sarah Rockwell of Kaplan Kirsch Rockwell, who represents some of Denver’s biggest TOD projects.
About our guests:
Mary Sullivan’s illustrious commercial real estate and finance career spans over three decades. Formerly the Senior Managing Director of HFF, she co-led the Denver Office’s investment sales platform and was primarily responsible for office, industrial and retail investment sales. Since 2010, Mary has completed more than 15 million square feet of investment sales transactions – valued at more than $2.9 billion. Over the last 34 years with CB Richard Ellis, Jones Lang LaSalle, and HFF, Mary has sold over $9 billion in investment transactions. Mary’s professional honors and accolades are too numerous to itemize but include receiving the top broker award from NAIOP six times (three as an individual and three as part of her CBRE Denver IG Team), the NAIOP Outstanding Achievement award, the CREW Woman of Influence award, and various top broker awards from DMCAR.
Sarah Rockwell’s practice emphasizes land use, real estate, and public-sector negotiations. Sarah has practiced in both Colorado and California, representing both public and private sector clients in land use, real estate, entitlement, and municipal law issues associated with small and large-scale development projects, including transit-oriented development projects, airports and residential, industrial, and commercial development projects. Sarah represents many notable projects including: Pena Station, Alameda Station, Federal Center Station Neighborhood, former Gates site redevelopment, and the Orchard Town Center.
Statement of Interest:
Due to high demand for this program, we are accepting statements of interest to gauge what questions our attendees might have for speakers and what about the program interests them. Submit yours at the link below!
– ULI Member | Non-member
Private Sector: 90 125
Public Sector: 80 110
Young Leader (under 35): 65 90
Student/Retired: 50 70
Thank you to our sponsors!
The Women’s Network at Black Creek Group