Friday, May 25, 2012

Upcoming ULI event: June 7

June 7 trends conference for developers, planners, designers, brokers
will answer: who is lending? building? buying? renting?

  On Thursday, June 7, from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. Urban Land Institute Colorado presents “What’s Next for Housing,” a half-day conference featuring more than 20 expert speakers and panelists. To be held at the Embassy Suites Hotel, 1420 Stout Street, Denver, the conference features keynote  Victoria S. Davis, President, Urban Atlantic Development, Bethesda, Maryland. 

For more information and to register go to
Since 1998, Urban Atlantic has completed over $1.1 billion in real estate developments and placed over $1.3 billion in real estate investments. Project types include entire communities, condos, apartments and single family homes, with expertise in such public-private programs as HOPE VI, New Market Tax Credits and PACE. Before joining Urban Atlantic, Davis served as Deputy Director of the Maryland Housing Fund and worked with Trammell Crow Residential.
Four panels follow the keynote featuring these lineups.
Demographics. How Gen Y and Boomers Are Affecting Market Demand. Moderator: Brad Segal, P.U.M.A. Panelists: Elizabeth Garner, Colorado State Demographer; John Covert, MetroStudy; Elizabeth Borden, The Highland Group 

Affordable Housing: Doing More with Less. Moderator: Pat Coyle, Director, Colorado Division of Housing. Panelists: Stuart Grogan, Boulder Housing Partners; Aaron Miripol, Urban Land Conservancy; Yong Cho, Studio Completiva; Cris White, Colorado Housing and Finance Authority (CHFA) 

Apartments: Lasting Market Change, or New Bubble? Moderator: Jeff Hawks, Apartment Realty Advisors. Panelists: Scott Holton, Element Properties; Matthew Schildt, Trammell Crow Residential; John Binder, KEPHART; Ralph Pace, US Bank 

For Sale Housing (Single Family and Condo): Coming Back When & How? Moderator: Andy Knudtsen, EPS Denver. Panelists: David Ware, McStain Constructors; Ron Tilton, FirstBank; Liz Richards, Kentwood City Properties