ULI Baltimore: Regionalism Speaker Event - Howard & Anne Arundel Planning Forum


2023-04-14T08:30:00 - 2023-04-14T10:00:00

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    MDOT Office Hanover 7201 Corporate Center DR Hanover, MD 21076-1415 UNITED STATES


    Pricing Members Non-Members
    All Types $25.00 $35.00

    Join the ULI Baltimore Regionalism Committee in hearing from the Planning & Zoning Directors of Anne Arundel & Howard County.  We will provide an overview and update on the status of each counties respective Comprehensive plan and Comprehensive Zoning.  What is their strategy for the prioritization of healthy, sustainable communities through growth, development, and conservation for the next 10 years and beyond.


    A conversation will be held around subjects like climate change, smart growth, transportation networks, green space, food access, energy conservation, and attainable housing.   



    Michael Stringer

    Anne Arundel County

    Planner working at the interface of the built and natural environment. Skilled at integrating market, community, and environmental considerations into land use plans. Experienced in waterfront, resiliency, and brownfield redevelopment projects.


    Adam Baker

    ULI Baltimore Co-Chair Regionalism Committee, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP

    Adam D. Baker is a partner at Rosnberg Martin Greenberg LLP, in the Land Use and Zoning group with a focus on real estate transactions. Since 2006, Adam has represented developers, institutions, property owners and companies in a variety of transactional and administrative real estate matters. Adam advises clients on all aspects of land use and zoning issues, primarily in Baltimore, Howard and Anne Arundel Counties. His practice includes representation before government and regulatory organizations and counseling clients on issues related to the entitlement and permit processes, including use restrictions, off-street parking requirements, stormwater management, historic preservation, traffic mitigation, green building requirements and incentives, and inclusionary housing obligations, among others. Adam also counsels developers and property owners in a variety of transactional matters, including leasing, development, construction, financing, land acquisition and disposition. He is a LEED accredited professional of the U.S. Green Building Council and has spoken and written extensively on the topic of sustainable development.