Check Out ULI’s Upcoming Conference On 10 Years of Development After Katrina

by • May 5, 2015 • ConferenceComments (0)2907

Photo of Katrina's flood waters via wikimedia.org

Photo of Katrina’s flood waters via wikimedia.org

The Urban Land Institute of Louisiana (“ULI”) will be hosting a two day conference on the state of real estate development ten years after Katrina.

The ULI is bringing together several groups from the region, includingULI Louisiana, ULI Memphis, ULI Nashville, and ULI Atlanta, for a 2 day conference in June.  The conference will highlight the progressive development, and redevelopment, that has occurred here in the 10 years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the city and the region.

Beginning at 2 PM Thursday, June 4th, attendees will meet with developers from across the city, from the Central Business District to the Lower 9th Ward, Bywater, Marigny, and Mid-City Neighborhoods, to discuss their projects, the state of the region, and what the future holds for this vibrant and booming city.

$275- Total Registration Cost (Includes 2 Days of touring, Reception, Dinner, & Lunch)
Speakers and/or Developments Include:

Featured speakers and developers include Matt Schwartz & Chris Papamichael, The Domain CompaniesJoe Jaeger, MCC Group; Sean Cummings, Ekistics; Jeff Schwartz, Broad Community Connections; Pres Kabacoff, HRI Properties; The Saenger Theatre; University Medical Center & VA Hospital; and The Lafitte Greenway.

A Reception & Dinner will follow the first day of touring at the home of ULI Louisiana members. Registration is $275, and you can sign up here.

 

 

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