Real Estate As Catalyst For Job Creation And Economic Development
The International Economic Development Council has three upcoming training courses to assist communities in leveraging real estate assets to create jobs and economic vibrancy for their communities. Two great courses: Real Estate Development and Reuse to be held in Baltimore and New York and a Great New Course called Advanced Mixed-Use Real Estate Finance.
Two chances to take the course Real Estate Development and Reuse
As economic developers work to improve the communities in which they work, real estate development and reuse often comes forward as a popular economic development tool. While most real estate development projects occur entirely within the realm of the private sector, the public sector becomes involved in real estate projects as it works to create jobs, improve the tax base or encourage development in a particular area, among many other reasons.
Date: July 27-28, 2006
Location: Baltimore, MD
September 14-15, 2006
New York, NY
Advanced Mixed-Use Real Estate Finance
Mixed-use development provides opportunities for economic development practitioners to participate in projects that can incorporate housing, small retail businesses, commercial space and other uses. There are many financial tools available for mixed-use development, and if brought together in the right way, for the right uses, they can do the job. But how do you use single-purpose financing tools to structure financing for a mixed-use facility? What instruments are available and appropriate? What if their criteria seem to be contradictory?
Date: September 21-22, 2006
Location: New York, NY
For more information contact:
734 15th St. NW Suite 900
Email: [email protected]
Posted June 13, 2006
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