ULI Baltimore Emerging Trends In Real Estate 2022

When

2022-03-03
2022-03-03T15:30:00 - 2022-03-03T19:30:00
America/New_York

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    Where

    American Visionary Art Museum 800 Key Hwy Baltimore, MD 21230-3940 UNITED STATES

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    Early Pricing Until January 31 Members Non-Members
    Private $70.00 $100.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $45.00 $65.00
    Retired $70.00 N/A
    Student $15.00 $25.00
    Under Age 35 $40.00 $60.00
    Pricing
    Private $80.00 $110.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $55.00 $75.00
    Retired $80.00 N/A
    Student $25.00 $35.00
    Under Age 35 $50.00 $70.00

    Green Infrastructure: creating resilient communities and engaging diverse populations

    Studies indicate that inclusive and comprehensive networks of greenspaces and trails, that are well executed and facilitate social interaction among diverse populations, produce socio-economic, health, and environmental benefits across communities and cities.

    Following a presentation of the 2022 Emerging Trends in Real Estate, join ULI Baltimore and our panelists as we explore how the thoughtful planning and implementation of parks and green infrastructure can begin to mend many of the challenges we face nationally, in Baltimore, and in our surrounding counties.

    We will also introduce ULI Baltimore’s newly awarded grant: The Equitable Network Plan. This plan and process will create equitable pedestrian and bike paths/trails that connect residents to each other, particularly within neighborhoods that reside in what Morgan State University professor, Dr. Lawrence Brown, coined as Baltimore’s “Black Butterfly.” Through the implementation of this plan, we hope to enable community revitalization, investment, and increased access to jobs for many communities throughout the city.


    Emerging Trends Speaker: Andrew Warren, Director, Real Estate Research, PwC
     
    More speakers to be announced 
     
     

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Andy Warren

    Director, Real Estate Research, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

    Andrew Warren, Andy, currently serves as the PwC’s Director of Real Estate Research. As the Director of Real Estate Research, and is responsible for monitoring all aspects of commercial and residential real estate, including space market fundamentals, capital market trends, regulatory changes and operational developments. For the past eight years, Andy has led PwC’s participation in the development and production of the Emerging Trends in Real Estate publication. Andy is a frequent speaker on issues affecting the real estate market and has also authored numerous articles for internal clients and national real estate publications. Andy also forecasts market performance for PwC’s “Real Estate Investor Survey”. Andy has over 30 years of experience in all aspect of commercial and residential real estate research. Andy has performed and managed real estate fundamental analysis and forecasting, portfolio construction, and buy/sell decisions for both debt and equity clients. Prior to assuming his current role, Andy served as the Managing Director of Real Estate Research for Principal Global Investors, a top 10 institutional real estate manager in the U.S. At Principal, Andy held a progressive level of analyst and management positions over his 25 year career and served as a voting and advisory member on a multiple real estate debt and equity investment funds. Andy has earned the CFA designation and is a Counselor of Real Estate. He is also an active member of the Urban Land Institute Research Forum as well as a participating member of ICSC, NCREIF, NAIOP, the Appraisal Institute and the CCIM institute. PwC’s real estate practice has a broad perspective and keen insight into your audit, tax and advisory needs, we’ll show you how much further your business can go. We support corporate owners/users, developers, hospitality organizations, investors and REITs across all industries. With local and global insights, combined with industry relationships, we provide clients with access to the information that matters most.

    Speaker

    Clair Agre

    Landscape Architecture & Urban Design LLC

    Claire Agre PLA ASLA Claire Agre, Principal and Cofounder, brings humor, passion, and conceptual clarity to projects of all types. Claire moved home to Baltimore after 20-years abroad and afield, north, east and south. Bringing with her a background in oil painting and ecology, she has led design and implementation for a diverse portfolio of projects, including Governors Island Park, Miami Beach Soundscape, the 1000-acre Master Plan for Longwood Gardens and its award-winning Main Fountain Garden, and Duke University Sculpture Park. Her interests range from large-scale landscape resilience to the scale of the garden, as reflected in her leadership role on two emblematic projects: The Giving Delta, the winning entry in an interdisciplinary, international design competition synthesizing futures for the disappearing Lower Mississippi Delta; and Houston Botanic Garden, for which she led the commission, concept, design, and detailing of Houston's first botanic garden founded on ideals of diversity and learning. Claire holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and Bachelors degrees in Environmental Science & Policy, Spanish and Latin American Studies from Duke University. Prior to studying landscape architecture, she was part of the inaugural city-wide tree survey team at Washington D.C.'s Casey Trees Endowment. She is a licensed Landscape Architect in Maryland, North Carolina, Texas, New York, Massachusetts, Maine and Pennsylvania. A clear and compelling speaker, Claire has lectured and taught at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, University of Toronto, University of Texas at Austin, University of British Columbia, Morgan State University and the Rhode Island School of Design. Closer to home, Claire is a mother of two, serves as a Board Member for the Friends of Maryland Olmsted Parks & Landscapes and is a passionate advocate for the highest levels of quality and equity in Baltimore's public realm.

    Speaker

    Jim Brown

    Rails-to-Trails Conservancy

    Jim Brown serves as Director of TrailNation™ Projects at Rails-to-Trails Conservancy – managing the development of trail networks across the country. Prior to that he served as project manager for the Baltimore Greenway Trails Network. He knows the value of trails—connecting people to their landscapes and their neighborhoods, fostering community development, and bringing tangible benefits to local communities—in places urban and rural and everywhere in between across the country. At RTC, Jim puts his passions to professional use providing technical assistance to communities pursuing new trails, building diverse coalitions to advance progressive transportation policies, locating resources and capacity, and working with partners to build and maintain trail networks across the country. Jim has experience in urban environmental education, community development, green infrastructure, urban planning, building coalitions with elected officials and grass roots activists, and international nonprofit issues. Previous professional credits include working for the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks and serving as a natural resource management Peace Corps volunteer in rural Tanzania. He has advocated for communities connected by trails everywhere from community meetings, and city halls, to state capitals and the U.S. Congress. He holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and a master’s degree in landscape architecture, and his academic research and ongoing projects have been presented at international greenway planning, landscape architecture, transportation, and urban design conferences"

    Speaker

    Jennifer Roe

    Director , Center for Design and Health, University of Virginia

    Jenny Roe is Professor and Director of the Center for Design & Health in the School of Architecture, University of Virginia and Honorary Professor in the Urban Institute, Heriot Watt University, UK. An environmental psychologist and former head of Landscape Architecture for an international architectural practice, she has written extensively on the impact of the environment on health and wellbeing including for the World Health Organization and The Lancet. She has over 15 years’ experience in the use of ‘restorative environments’ to build healthier urban societies and communities including a vital role for urban parks and green space. The restrictions faced by city residents around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic has brought home just how much urban design can affect our mental health and created an imperative to seize this opportunity. Her book on this theme, Restorative Cities: Urban Design for Mental Health and Wellbeing (Roe and McCay, 2021) explores a new way of designing cities, one which places health equity and mental health at the forefront.

    Speaker

    Brennan Murray

    Studio Director, Branding & Graphics, BCT Design Group

    Brennan Murray is Director of Branding & Graphics. Throughout his career, Brennan has produced exceptional graphic design solutions for a variety of projects, from residential brand collateral to large-scale, international planning projects. His leadership, work ethic, and creative approach to branding and identity translate into a comprehensive vision that benefits our clients and brings a fresh perspective to our multi-disciplinary design studio. With a wide range of experience in retail, entertainment, mixed-use, and residential projects, his approach to design thinking is both collaborative and in-depth, and it reflects an extensive knowledge of marketable placemaking solutions within mixed-use environments. Brennan’s focus combines a sharp design eye with a focus on teamwork and collaboration, helping to advance BCT Design Group as a leading design firm. Brennan is a member of the Int’l Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD), and the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA). Brennan earned his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia in 2010 after completing an Interdisciplinary Design Program at the Nuova Accademia Di Belle Arti in Milan, Italy, in 2008.

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