Real Estate Dev. & Reuse Training Held at How You Build it Conference
International Economic Development Council
Real Estate Development & Reuse Training Course
Date: June 3-4, 2010
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
Register by Thursday, April 22 and save $100! http://www.iedconline.org/HowYouBuildIt/Real_Estate.html#registration
This Course is held in partnership with the Greater Oklahoma City Partnership.
This course provides an introduction to the real estate development process, with an emphasis on the role that the economic developer plays. Typically, the economic developer is the one that works to balance the dynamic between the profit orientation of the private developer and the public objective to be met by the real estate project. Learn about the various tools that are available at the local level, including tax increment financing, bonds, land assembly and eminent domain, in addition to the many federal programs available.
View the agenda: http://www.iedconline.org/HowYouBuildIt/Real_Estate.html#agenda
Instructor biographies: http://www.iedconline.org/HowYouBuildIt/Real_Estate.html#instructors
• Market and site analysis
• The regulatory and approval process
• Understanding project pro formas
• Assessing political feasibility
• Local and federal tools for redevelopment
• Soliciting developers
Michael E. Bird
Vice President, Project Management
Mike brings 30-plus years of experience in the development, design and construction industry to his role as Vice President of Project Management. Mike's project list includes sports facilities, higher education, judicial, commercial office, high rise office, residential, health care, not-for-profits, industrial and retail. He has been extensively involved in a number of public/private partnerships throughout the United States, and has worked in Mexico and Canada on major corporate accounts.
James S. Russell, CEcD
Executive Vice President
The Pizzuti Companies
Jim leads the Pizzuti Solutions team, a division dedicated to public/private partnerships. Pizzuti Solutions' current project list includes a new $105 million courthouse for Franklin County, Ohio; a new training facility and soccer complex for Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew; and a site and economic impact analysis and construction phasing plan for a proposed new city hall in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel
10 North Broadway Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
Phone: (405) 228-8000
IEDC room rate: $149 single/double
Cut-off date: Monday, May 3, 2010
THIS TRAINING COURSE IS HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE 2010 HOW YOU BUILD IT CONFERENCE!
The recession certainly has slowed new development projects, but it doesn't have to stop it. New developments take a long time for major projects – such as sports facilities, convention centers, hotels or performing arts centers – to come together. Now is a crucial time to do the pre-project planning required for when the market comes back!
View the conference program: http://www.iedconline.org/HowYouBuildIt/Program.html
Expert speakers: http://www.iedconline.org/HowYouBuildIt/Speakers.html
Register today: http://www.iedconline.org/HowYouBuildIt/Registration.html
Posted April 15, 2010