ULI’s mission is to create compact communities that are walkable, transit-friendly, and conserving of our landscapes and natural resources. However, density has become a bad word in many neighborhoods and communities, where residents fret about traffic and loss of character. What are the pros and cons of dense urban infill? The consequences of slow-growth policies? Our panel will present diverse viewpoints in a lively debate format moderated by Ed Sealover of Denver Business Journal.
After the program, we'll have an end of year holiday celebration with live music, appetizers, bar, and a closer look at the historic and long-shuttered Evans School, a 1904 historic gem soon to be revived with new uses. Festive attire and guests encouraged with additional registration.
PLEASE NOTE: At checkout, you will have the option to register for just the holiday party, or the holiday party AND the program on density described above. To register for both the program and party, please select the option to register for the program for an additional cost at checkout.
3:30 - 5:30 pm: Optional panel on density and smart growth
6:00 - 8 pm: Holiday party with appetizers, drinks, live music, and networking
Julie Campoli, Urban Designer & Author, Terra Firma Urban Design
Ed Sealover, Reporter, Denver Business Journal Panelists:
Principal, Fehr & PeersErin Clark
, VP, Urban Land Conservancy, Denver Planning Board MemberBob Detrick,
Shareholder, PolsinelliRon Mehl
, Vice President, Dominium ApartmentsTerence Quinn
, Director of Planning Services, Douglas CountyMary Beth Susman
, Denver District 5 Councilwoman (2012 - 2019)
Pricing for holiday party (does not include optional $35 panel):
Member private: $45 Non-member private: $65
Member public/non-profit: $40 Non-member public/non-profit: $55
Member student: $30 Non-member student: $45
Member under-35: $40 Non-member under-35: $55