ULI Arizona’s 10th annual Trends Day
January 2015 is an important time as Arizona hosts the Pro Bowl, the Phoenix Open, and the Super Bowl – all in one week!
Leveraging this energy, The Urban Land Institute Arizona District Council (ULI) 10th Annual Trends Day Conference will be held on January 28, 2015 at The Phoenician in Scottsdale.
This one-day deep dive into the most current state and national land use and real estate trends focuses on what to expect in the future, where the best opportunities can be found and how these components affect public and private sector partners.
Trends Day brings together more than 25 top industry experts and will feature panel discussions on infill development and redevelopment; Phoenix Open and the Super Bowl; employer and site selection; and land and residential. Additionally, the day will feature quick hit discussions on crowdfunding; retail; capital markets; Tucson; and office and industrial. New in 2015 is the Trends Debate with two teams exploring the topic of Incentives – Are they Crony Capitalism or Necessary Tools for Promoting and Attaining Strategic Economic Goals?
“The 10th Annual Trends Day is not to be missed,” said Heidi Kimball, ULI Trends Day Chair. “Over the past 10 years, ULI Arizona has built a reputation through Trends Day for assembling the industry’s best at Trends Day to accurately and comprehensively forecast what trends will impact land use patterns and real estate in the coming year.”
In just one day, attendees learn about major trends, hot projects, key players and critical issues shaping real estate development in the future. The event provides the opportunity to network with thought-leaders and change-agents representing public and private sector perspectives. Last year more than 900 individuals attended Trends Day.
Heidi Kimball, Senior Vice President, Sunbelt Holdings, and Charley Freericks, President, DMB, and Stan Shafer, Chief Operating Officer, Holualoa Companies, are Trends Day 2015 Co-Chairs.
IF YOU GO
What: 2015 ULI Arizona Trends Day
When: Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Where: The Phoenician in Scottsdale
Continuing education credits available are 6 AZDRE, 6 AICP and 6 AIA.
For More Information: Arizona.uli.org. Sponsorship packages are available.