Colorado’s Next Wave of Investment: What Makes a Great Place?
When: Thursday, October 25th, 4 – 7 pm
Where: INDUSTRY RiNo Station
Ten years ago it was RiNo and Highlands, before that Stapleton. Where will real estate investment and placemaking go next? How will we apply ULI best practices to create great places along with fresh new investment and revitalization. What are developers looking for, and what is their investment criteria? This program examines opportunities and challenges up and down the Front Range.
Program to be followed by a networking reception.
Continuing education credits will be offered for AIA, AICP, and Colorado Real Estate Commission.
Partner, Director & Team Lead
Matthew is a creative urban place maker, real estate development strategist, and designer. As a Director at Gehl in New York, he focuses on the intersection of real estate strategy and the design and activation of great public spaces. Based in Copenhagen, with offices in New York and San Francisco, Gehl Architects has worked in nearly 40 nations globally, from Argentina to Zambia.
Colorado Case Studies:
Colorado Springs | Renew North Nevada hopes to create a “Southern RiNo”
East Colfax | If they build BRT, will they come?
Englewood CityCenter | A makeover for the region’s first TOD?
“Fox Island” | Denver rezones the 41st and Fox rail station for high density but faces access challenges.
Loveland | A sleepy railroad downtown comes alive with infill and the arts.
Westminster | Mall redevelopment and a popular rail stop drive urban development in suburbia.
Private member $65
Public member $60
Student member $35
Under-35 member $50
Private non-member $90
Public non-member $80
Student non-member $50
Under-35 non-member $70
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