Reconnecting America People * Places * Possibility

TOD Marketplace 2011

With 48 miles of FasTracks now under construction, transit-oriented development has the potential to capture roughly half of all Front Range growth in compact communities. With this region poised to grow again, metro Denver has an opportunity to showcase its transit system and its development opportunities to a national audience of developers, lenders, brokers, investors, and companies seeking to locate within TOD.

On Nov. 17, ULI Colorado’s TOD Marketplace: Real Places, Real Projects, Real Deals will provide opportunities to make deals at one of dozens of station areas in the FasTracks network.

Registration is open now.  For more information, visit ULI Colorado - TOD Marketplace

Featured speakers:

Emerick J. Corsi Jr., President Of Forestcity Real Estate Asset Services.
ForestCity is the nation’s largest TOD developer. Emerick brings a deep knowledge of the business and understanding to all related functions of developing shopping centers, town centers, power centers and mixed-use developments. He has been with Forest City Enterprises for over 30 years, dividing his time between leasing, asset management, development, and third-party business, always in a position of leadership. In his current capacity, he is responsible for directing and leading all company real estate services activities in the US. During the development and construction of over 13 million square feet, Emerick has participated in the development of large scale, mixed-use, TOD, including: The Avenue at TowerCityCenter, Cleveland; AtlanticCenter, Brooklyn; and Westfield San Francisco Centre.
Steven E. Goldin, Director Of Real Estate Services, Washington Metro Transit Authority
When you think of successful TOD you think of the Washington, DC, Metro system. Steven E. Goldin is Director of Real Estate for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), the nation’s 2nd largest rail system. He is currently overseeing 35 million square feet of public/private Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia, while working closely with key Federal officials to advance public policy to foster TOD nationally. Mr. Goldin’s extensive experience as a private developer includes Chairman and CEO of InterCap Holdings, a Princeton, NJ firm specializing in mixed-use transit oriented development.

 

Session presenters:

  • Diane Barrett, City and County of Denver
  • Dena Belzer, Strategic Economics
  • Steve Blarr, Weston Solutions
  • Kimball Crangle, Denver Housing Authority
  • Lou DellaCava, LJD Property Management and Development
  • Tim Eachus, Jones Lang LaSalle
  • Daniel R. Guimond, Economic & Planning Systems
  • Timothy Haahs, Timothy Haahs & Associates, Inc.
  • Carl Koelbel, Koelbel & Company
  • Peter Kudla, Metropolitan Homes
  • Art Lomenick, PB Placemaking
  • Scott McFadden, Prospect, LLC
  • James Mulligan, Snell & Wilmer
  • Jim Musbach, Economic & Planning Systems
  • Bruce C. O'Donnell, George K. Baum & Company
  • Chuck J. Perry, Perry Rose LLC
  • John Renne, TOD Group
  • Brad Segal, Progressive Urban Management Associates
  • George Thorn, Mile High Development
  • Jeffrey Tumlin, Nelson/Nygaard
  • Marilee Utter, ULI - the Urban Land Institute
  • Tim Van Meter, Partner/ Architect & Urban Designer, Van Meter Williams Pollack, LLP
  • Phil Washington, General Manager, RTD
  • Molly Winter, City and County of Boulder
  • Rebecca Zimmerman, Design Workshop