Some cities are breaking the principles; exuding an urge for food for threat, imaginative and prescient, and management; forming nice partnerships; and shaping their communities for the twenty first century. As conventional sources of funding and the true property markets have modified, entrepreneurial private and non-private leaders are determining the right way to transfer their communities ahead. This session was based mostly on a ULI publication about artistic financing targeted on smaller communities and suburbs. The session consists of audio system whose developments had been highlighted within the report, speaking about their developments, dilemmas to success, and attainable options.
Learn from case research of six communities which have used and mixed numerous sources of public funds to facilitate dramatic change. Download the report at http://uli.org/report/reaching-future-creative-finance-smaller-communities/
* Thomas Murphy, Senior Resident Fellow, Joseph C. Canizaro/Klingbeil Family Chair for Urban Development, Urban Land Institute
* John Callahan, former Mayor of the City of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
* Anastasia Mileham, Vice President, Marketing and Communications, for Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation
* Stephen P. Navarro, Executive Vice President of CBRE
* Wohlsen Construction