Community & Economic Development 201: Leveraging Community Assets Through Public Private Partnerships

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
March 11, 2018

Public-private partnerships have become necessary in contemporary development as communities seek urban revitalization with increased community benefits such as affordable housing, transit-oriented development, infrastructure and placemaking. As important as these partnerships are, frequently opportunities are missed and deals poorly made because many public agencies have a weak understanding of the private real estate development process and its economics, resulting in unrealistic or constraint-driven deal making. Learn the key skills and steps necessary to form a successful partnership and manage the process to assure your desired outcome

Level: 201
Curriculum: Community and Economic Development
Credits: 3
Cost: $150 early bird until January 31| $160 Regular


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