ULI To Hold Seminar On Financing Mixed-Use Developments in NOLA

by • August 5, 2015 • ConferenceComments (1)2109

Rendering of a ULI project from the Hines Competition from Uli.org

Rendering of a ULI project from the Hines Competition from Uli.org

The Louisiana chapter of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) is having another great conference tomorrow on financing smart growth.

The sessions will focus on the growing trend in American real estate of walkable, mixed -use communities with green infrastructure and multi-modal transportation options.   The event will provide a comprehensive overview of different funding sources and finance mechanisms for these types of developments.

The panel is made up of John Renne (UNO), JP Morrell, (State Senator), Jeff Thomas, (Thomas Strategies), Reid Falconer, St. (Tammany Parish), and Leigh Ferguson, (Downtown Development District).  In addition to a general discussion of financing, the speakers will identify the opportunities and challenges to getting these developments off the ground specifically in the New Orleans area.

The seminar kicks off Thursday, August 6, 2015 at the Regional Planning Commission on Veterans Blvd. You can find out more about the event and register here.

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One Response to ULI To Hold Seminar On Financing Mixed-Use Developments in NOLA

  1. […] ULI has put on some great events in the past, including one on financing mixed-use developments, and they recently dished out $50,000 as part of an urban planning competition for redeveloping […]

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