September 23, 2020
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Reimaging Streets as Places – Virtual Training, Fall 2020
Project for Public Spaces is teaming up with Dutch mobility firm Mobycon to present “Reimagining Streets as Places,” a virtual masterclass-style training about the intersection of placemaking and transportation planning. The course will take place over three weeks in October 2020, and upon successful completion participants will be awarded a Streets as Places Certificate.
Gallagher Education Month – Weekly Series of Webinars
Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) and the Economic Development Council of Colorado (EDCC) are pleased to announce a month of education and conversation around the Gallagher Amendment to the Colorado Constitution. DCI and EDCC have formed a partnership to establish and present educational content to build awareness and informed action around the Gallagher Amendment in advance of the November election where the repeal of the Gallagher Amendment is on the ballot.
9/30 – 8:30 -9:30 AM
Denver Architecture Foundation Audio Tours
The Case For a Cost Segregation Strategy
If your clients haven’t considered procuring a cost segregation study on their properties, they may not have claimed the appropriate amount of depreciation. A cost segregation study is the process of identifying and separating personal property that is or has been grouped with real property. These studies can benefit any type of commercial property. Engineering-based studies tend to be the most reliable and preferred by the tax court. Cost segregation studies became even more valuable when the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) changed depreciation rules.
The Mixed-Use TOD: Catalyst for Renewal
September 29 – 10:00 AM–1:00 PM MDT
Bringing capital to partnerships is a greater challenge in today’s context of lower land values and reduced public revenues. Explore new means of value capture which enhance co-investment and effectively build a viable capital stack to meet both public and private objectives including the role of not-for-profits in accessing capital for social infrastructure. (ULI Membership Required)
RESHAPING CITIES – Post-Pandemic Perspectives
We are living in challenging times. ULI and the Sharing Cities Alliance invite you to join us to learn about opportunities for change in our post-pandemic world. In this environment, predicting how the future will unfold is next to impossible. However, we know that technological, social, and environmental developments within our societies are changing the way we live, work, learn, and play. We know that resilience is essential to our ability to adapt and resilience is born, in part, from information exchange and problem solving. Therefore, it is critical to exchange insights and try to turn challenges into opportunities, together. We invite you to participate in this learning experience designed to expose you to different people sharing their experiences and perspectives.
Creating Value through Transit-Oriented Development
This webinar analyzes best practices in the design and delivery of urban development in and around transit interchanges, looking at opportunities and challenges of PPP and of the interrelationship between city infrastructure and commercial development/real estate. The panel addresses key questions including: How can public and private sectors collaborate more effectively, and how can they create more value around public transport infrastructure developments? How can we facilitate mixed used developments, and redevelopment of obsolete uses, at or near transit stations? How to capture land value increases resulting from infrastructure developments for all stakeholders, including the community to benefit from?
This webinar is free for ULI Members.
You may be surprised at how inexpensive ULI membership is. Info at:
Denver Elected Officials Online Town Halls
Join Denver city council members, state representatives, school board representatives, and RTD board members for a Virtual Town Hall.
Every 2 weeks next on Thursday October 1 – 4:00-5:00 PM
Phone: 408-638-0968 – password: 5555
Zoom: Meeting ID: 924 3016 5131
Civic Center Eats
Craving a gyro or some BBQ, or maybe a healthy quinoa bowl? Considering discovering cuisine from across the world? Or how about a favorite meal with a twist, like a taco wrapped in fried cheese? We’ve got it all plus a whole lot more at Civic Center EATS! Our talented food truck chefs are ready to serve you lunch and dinner! As we have worked hard to prepare an event that is enjoyable in safe in Civic Center Park, we invite you to check our EATS Tips and Safety Guidelines.
Wednesdays & Thursdays, August 12th – October 15th – 11:30 AM-1:30 PM & 5:30-7:30 PM – Civic Center Park
Work From Home Resources
Offering employees more choices for how and when they work can be key to ensuring business continuity and emergency preparedness for your workplace. We have compiled some resources for you to help quickly start or refine work from home options for your workforce. Transportation Solutions is a transportation management association that makes things happen.