March 11, 2020
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THE ROAD AHEAD – The Slow Death of Urban Parking
March 12, 2020
Denver Botanic Gardens – Mitchell Hall – 1007 York St, Denver
Thursday, March 12, 2020 – 8:00 AM – 11:15 AM
Keynote – Dr. Rachel Weinberger
The sixteenth annual seminar produced by Transportation Solutions features presentations, a panel discussion and an invitation-only luncheon, combining important social, economic, and ongoing transit issues to seek out mutually beneficial solutions. The event attracts elected officials, policy makers, private developers, and transportation industry leaders. The presentation elicits animated dialog from panelists who have a passion for accessing the benefits of transit-oriented developments in the Denver area. Dr. Weinberger is an internationally recognized expert in sustainable transportation with specializations in travel behavior, land use/transportation, and the economic impacts of transportation/parking policy who has worked closely with the renowned Donald Shoup from UCLA on the true impacts of parking on a community.
CI 101: Financial Analysis for Commercial Investment Real Estate
Daniels College of Business – University of Denver
March 23, 8:00 AM MT – March 26, 2020 : 5:00 PM MT
CI 101 is a bedrock class for real estate practitioners at a time when risk mitigation, pricing, and cycle assurance have become critical to investors. CI 101 introduces the CCIM Cash Flow Model, a tool for ensuring your investment decisions are based on wise finance fundamentals. During the course, you will learn how to use key financial concepts such as Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Net Present Value (NPV), Cap Rate, Capital Accumulation, and the Annual Growth Rate of Capital to compare different types of commercial real estate investments.
This course will teach you how to:
- make informed investment decisions using the CCIM Cash Flow Model
- measure the impact of federal taxation and financial leverage on the cash flow from the acquisition, ownership, and disposition phases of real estate investment
- use real estate analysis tools to quantify investment return
Denver Cherry Creek Rotary Open Golf Event
This year marks the 24th year for the Denver Cherry Creek Rotary Open. The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary Foundation is proud to have raised over $430,000, 100% of which is given to the local and international community. The Denver Cherry Creek Rotary Club is a group of businesspeople who put Service Above Self and recognize that together we can make a difference and make things better.
Bear Dance Golf Club – Larkspur
Wednesday, July 22, 2020 – Noon registration, shotgun start then cocktails, dinner and awards
Sponsorship and registration – denverrotarygolf.com
Shared Parking – Third Edition – By Mary Smith
Avoid unnecessary costs and traffic by accurately estimating the parking requirements for mixed-use projects according to the types of tenants they will attract. Now in its third edition, this authoritative book has been updated throughout by author Mary S. Smith, a leading parking expert, in collaboration with parking professionals and developers. It includes many additional land uses, and revised parking ratios, and addresses trends such as increased use of ride sharing services and scooters. This book is essential for developers, planners, government agencies, consultants, and engineers.