Social Impact: Investment and Development—Doing well by doing Good
Social Impact: Investment and Development
Doing Well by Doing Good
Since the recession, the Baltimore region has experienced a lot of growth and development leading to the threat of gentrification in traditionally disinvested neighborhoods. Join ULI Baltimore as we discuss inclusionary concepts, development without displacement and the benefits of investing and developing in under-served communities.
Kimberly Clark, Executive Vice President, Baltimore Development Corporation, & Chair, ULI Baltimore
Ernst Valery: Founder and President of SAA|EVI, a private, minority-owned real estate investment firm that invests in underserved and undervalued emerging markets.
Bishop Donte Hickman: Pastor of the Southern Baptist Church in East Baltimore, whose tireless efforts are transforming East Baltimore communities.
John Renner: Vice President of Development for Cross Street Partners, focused on transforming under-served communities into vibrant urban neighborhoods.
Jalal Greene, Chief Operating Office, Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development
Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Registration: 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Program & Q&A : 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Networking w/ Food & Drinks – 5:30pm- 7:00pm
Location: Liberty Building at McHenry Row, 1215 E. Fort Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21230
Parking: Lot/Garage parking
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