April 7, 2021
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Building Transit-Oriented Communities
How Healthy, Equitable Development Can Leverage Transportation Investments
April 9 – 11:00 AM–12:15 MDT – Webinar
How can mobility innovations and transit investments support an equitable future for the suburbs? What types of policies and partnerships can create walkable communities in formerly car-dominated places, and how are suburbs reassessing priorities to support public health, sustainability, mobility, and equitable community development goals? Join the conversation and hear from experts in Canada and the U.S. who are at the vanguard of efforts to leverage transportation to catalyze and sustain healthy, equitable communities. This webinar is free for ULI Members. The low cost of membership may surprise you.
ULI Colorado’s Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
leaders present this “Read, Listen, Watch” Session on the important theme of “How to be Anti-Racist!” Before the session, participants are asked to either read, listen to, or watch one of three media options. This is the second of a new series of discussions among ULI Colorado members, meant to explore and expand understanding of key Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) topics.
Read, Listen, Watch: How to be Anti-Racist
Webinar – May 18, 2021 – 4:00-5:00 PM MDT
RTD, TOD and the Pandemic
Has the pandemic burst the TOD Bubble? How will RTD adapt?
Thursday, April 29 – 9:00 AM–Noon MDT – Webinar – $45.00
Bill James, MAI, James Real Estate Services, Inc., Former Director, RTD
William Van Meter, Asst. Gen. Mgr, Planning, RTD
Chessy Brady, TOD Mgr, RTD
Marilee Utter, Citiventure Associates, Former TOD Mgr RTD
Chris Coble, Black Label, Former TOD Mgr RTD
www.appraisalinstitute.org – click Education, Search Education, Chapter Events, Colorado Chapter
Case Studies in Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Strategies for Urgent Challenges
This amply-illustrated book, second in a series, documents how defunct shopping malls, parking lots, and the past century’s other obsolete suburban development patterns are being retrofitted to address current urgent challenges they weren’t designed for: improving public health, increasing resilience in the face of climate change, leveraging social capital for equity, supporting an aging society, competing for jobs, and disrupting automobile dependence.
The Global Real Estate Project is an undertaking of the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business, and directed by Dr. Mark Lee Levine, Professor and Endowed Chair. Our goal is to provide students, investors, and the general public with the tools they need including free tax and real estate tips to research real estate opportunities both domestic and abroad.
For information on Free Tax and Real Estate Tips, see the following Levine link, which will also connect you with the Global information.