The Future of Parking: Where the Asphalt Ends
Learn how trends in planning, development, transportation,
and design are transforming the world of parking
When: Thursday, May 30 | 4 – 7 pm
Where: The Source Hotel, 3330 Brighton Blvd.
In the post-war auto era, parking has dominated urban development. Denver has more acres of parking lots than parks. Nationally we paved over several states worth of land for up to 2 billion parking spaces. On top of poor land use and environmental/aesthetic consequences, parking costs dictate pro formas and drive up the cost of real estate, squeezing out affordability and leasable/salable space.
Is that scenario changing? The rise of ride sharing, FasTracks, walking and biking may be decreasing parking demand. Autonomous vehicles may eliminate the need for parking as we know it.
Come hear leading developers, planners, public officials and architects discuss the latest innovative policies and projects in parking, while addressing the financial realities.
- Steven Chester, Urban Planner, Kimley-Horn (moderator)
- Tyler Erickson, Multifamily Developer, McWhinney
- Jenny Jacobs, Director of Development, East West Partners
- Stephanie Lawrence, Managing Director, Granite Properties
- Kristian Lichtenfels, Director, HFF
- Alex Garrison, Senior Designer, Gensler
- Roger Pecsok, Development Director, Continuum Partners
- Jeremiah Simpson, Senior Manager, Walker Consultants
- Alejandro Henao, Mobility Researcher, NREL
Member public/non-profit: $60
Member student: $35
Member under-35: $50
Member retired: $35
Non-member private: $90
Non-member public/non-profit: $80
Non-member student: $50
Non-member under-35: $70
Thanks to our event sponsors!
Young Leaders Group (YLG) Sponsor