ULI Colorado 2021 Emerging Trends in Real Estate

When

Thursday, January 14th, 2021
8:00am - 10:00am MST

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    Where

    Zoom

    Pricing

    Standard Pricing Until January 14 Members Non-Members
    Private $20.00 $35.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $20.00 $35.00
    Retired $20.00 N/A
    Student $20.00 $35.00
    Under Age 35 $20.00 $35.00

    Date: Thursday, January 14th, 2021
    Time: 8 am - 10 am
    Event type: virtual/ webinar

     

     

    A crucial moment for real estate to showcase leadership in driving change...

    Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2021 highlights the trends shaping the real estate industry. The report, which includes proprietary data and insights from more than 1,600 leading real estate industry experts, explores how COVID-19 accelerated many existing trends like retail footprint reductions, spawned new ones such as an increased focus on social justice and health and wellness, and slowed the appeal of big cities.

    Following the Emerging Trends Presentation, given by Christopher Ptomey, executive director of ULI's Terwilliger Center, is a panel of local experts will discussing trends and observations specific to Colorado markets.

    Please join us for this well-respected and information packed annual program, taking place in a virtual format this year. Copies of the Emerging Trends report are also offered virtually.

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Chad Brue

    CEO and Founder, Brue Capital Partners

    Chad Brue has been in the commercial real estate industry for 17 years. After beginning his real estate career at Grubb & Ellis Company, Chad was recruited to CBRE - a Fortune 500 company and the world’s largest commercial real estate services firm – to form the company’s Colorado Private Capital Group (PCG). Chad expanded the group’s market share in Colorado from near zero to over 25% in just three years, personally transacting on over $1 billion of commercial real estate. Shortly thereafter, he was promoted to Managing Director of PCG nationally, overseeing 180 brokers in 21 markets. During his five-year tenure as the head of PCG, he expanded PCG’s reach into 54 markets across the US and Canada consisting of over 350 brokers and staff. At the peak, his team traded $6.2 billion in commercial real estate in a single year and generated over $100 million in annual revenue to the firm. In 2008, Chad was promoted to Senior Managing Director making him the youngest person at CBRE to hold that title worldwide. In 2011, Chad started Brue Capital Partners to acquire, develop and manage commercial real estate properties in Colorado. Since forming BCP, Chad has acquired or developed over $200 million in office, industrial, multi-family, and golf course communities. In 2015, Chad was asked to present at ULI's Spring Conference to the IOPC-Silver Council by invite of Chris Hartung (Lazard Asset Management), Seth Wolkov (Madison Companies) and Kevin Shannon (CBRE) and again at ULI's Fall Conference to the RDC-Gold Council by invite of Nicole Ament (Brownstein Hyatt Farber) and Gerry Engle (Meriwether Companies).

    Speaker

    Eric Tupler

    Senior Managing Director, Denver Office Co-Head, JLL-Capital Markets

    Eric is a senior managing director and co-head of the Denver office of JLL Capital Markets, Americas. He joins JLL as part of the HFF acquisition and also serves on the firm’s Leadership Committee. Eric has more than 25 years of experience in the commercial real estate and finance industry and specializes in originating debt and equity transactions throughout the United States. He has completed in excess of $20 billion in commercial real estate transactions during the course of his career. Eric started at HFF in January 2012. Before that, he was a vice chairman in the Denver office of CBRE Capital Markets, where he was the firm’s top Denver sales professional and the leader of the Denver Capital Markets Group. During his 15-year career with CBRE, he achieved many significant accomplishments, including being named the company's number one national producer in debt and equity finance in 2004 and receiving the Manager Innovation Award for Capital Markets in 2007. He was also a six-time Coldwell Colbert Circle Award recipient, which recognizes the top three percent of commissioned CB Richard Ellis salespeople worldwide, and a top 200 sales professional eight times. Prior to that, he was a credit analyst at Barnett Bank in Miami, Florida. Eric began his career in finance at PNC Mortgage as a Loan Officer.

    Speaker

    Becky Stone

    Managing Principal, OZ Architecture

    Rebecca Stone, AIA, LEED BD+C Architect/Principal Rebecca Stone (Becky) has been with OZ Architecture since 1998, a 150-person design firm based in Denver, CO. She leads the company’s Resort/Hospitality practice, which is widely known and respected, having worked on nearly every prominent winter resort in the U.S. and many notable hotels and restaurants, including: Snowmass Base Village, Verasa Westin, Napa Valley, CA; Westin Monache Resort, Mammoth Lakes, CA; The Nickle and the renovation of the historic Hotel Teatro, Denver, CO; Industry, Denver, CO; Ranch & Conservancy, Kamas, UT; The Village at Winter Park, Frasier, CO; Punch Bowl Social Detroit, Schaumburg, Austin, Indianapolis, Minneapolis, and Denver; and the Village at Baytowne Wharf, Destin, FL. The hundreds of projects Becky has led and been involved with in the course of her career reflect her guiding principle — designing dynamic environments that enrich their communities and set the highest of standards. Her extensive experience has also given her a unique and inherent understanding of the best way to create a sense of place — whether in an urban setting, the mountains, or by the sea. In addition to her work with clients, Becky always takes time to serve as a mentor to OZ staff. Becky received a Bachelor of Architecture from Iowa State University in 1993 and a Master of Architecture from Cornell University in 1995. She holds an architectural license in more than 20 states and is an active member on several industry councils and boards, including ULI Product Council’s nationally and in Colorado. Selected Relevant Experience ■■ Mayflower Resort, Deer Valley, UT (masterplanning and Conference Hotel) ■■ Lift, The Canyons, UT ■■ Lone Rock Retreat, Bailey, CO ■■ Sonnenalp Golf Club House and Harvest Edwards, CO ■■ Magnolia Hotel (Denver and Houston Locations) ■■ Punch Bowl Social (locations across the USA) ■■ Westin Monache Resort, Mammoth Lakes, CA ■■ The Village at Squaw Valley Ski Resort (Phase II - 22 Station), Olympia, CA ■■ Grant Street Hotel, Denver, CO ■■ Napa Valley Verasa (Napa Westin), CA ■■ Limelight Hotel Snowmass, Snowmass, CO ■■ Snowmass Viceroy, Snowmass, CO ■■ Wildwood Lodge,Snowmass, CO ■■ Westin Snowmass, Snowmass, CO ■■ Wyndham Avon, Avon, CO ■■ Industry, Denver CO ■■ Hotel Teatro, Denver, CO ■■ Copper Mountain, Colorado ■■ Keystone River Run Village, Keystone, CO facility ■■ Sandestin Golf & Beach Resort, Destin, Florida (The Grand Sandestin, Gateway, Laurel Grove, Inspiration, Marlin Grill) ■■ Kingsmill Resort, Williamsburg (James Landing Grill, Cottages on the James, Master planning and Burwell's Bluff) EDUCATION Cornell University Masters of Architecture, 1995 Iowa State University Bachelor of Architecture, 1993 REGISTRATION California, 2002 - #28883 Colorado, 1998 - #203452 Florida, 2001 - #AR-0017507 Nevada, 2001 - #4608 North Carolina, 2004 - #9722 Oregon, 2004 - #4844 South Carolina, 2004 - #6833 Texas, 2004 - #18744 Vermont, 2004 - #2770 Utah, 2004 - #5718916-0301 Washington, 2006 - #8869 Montana, 2006 - #2867 Arizona, 2006 - #45121 Georgia, 2007, #RA011975 NJ, 2007 # 21AI016904 NCARB, 2001 - #53173 Puerto Rico, 2012 - #20528 AFFILIATIONS American Institute of Architects Urban Land Institute LEED Accredited Professional