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Adaptive ReUse 2.0 - Neighborhood Thinking

Member price:

$59.00

Your price:

$ 99.00

7/20/2021

11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter: KC Conway, CCIM, CRE, MAI

The AdRu 2.0 webinar provides a blueprint for renovating suburban communities by applying a neighborhood approach to the economic transformation of  obsolete areas. AdRu 1.0 (Turning Blight Bright) was about understanding the conversion of individual assets in cities from something “blight-ed” to something “bright”. AdRu 2.0 (Making Bright Brighter) is about taking the property use trend beyond one-off properties associated with blight and applying it to entire neighborhoods beyond the urban core to make suburban areas even brighter than when first developed.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding the transformation of "Turning Blight Bright" to "Making Bright Brighter".
  • ESG - the "G" in ESG should be amended to GREENSPACE!  It is good "E" for the environment and good "S" - as it brings social diversity back to the neighborhoods.
  • AdRu is economically feasible and maximally productive for suburban communities.  It is what CRE professionals seek to identify - Highest & Best Use.
  • AdRu presents challenges to Property Management, specifically related to increased costs to operate, and manage adapted properties. 
  • AdRu 2.0 is the solution for reconnecting neighborhoods separated by the 1956 Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956.

Conway Economist and Futurist Kiernan “KC” Conway, CCIM, CRE, MAI is the mind trust behind Red Shoe Economics, LLC, an independent economic forecasting, and consulting firm furthering KC’s mission as The Red Shoe Economist by providing organic research initiatives, reporting and insights on the impact of Economics within the commercial real estate industry.
A proud graduate of Emory University with more than 30 years’ experience as a lender, credit officer, appraiser, instructor, and economist; KC is recognized for accurately forecasting real estate trends and ever-changing influences on markets across the United States. With credentials from the CCIM Institute, Counselors of Real Estate and the Appraisal Institute, KC currently serves as Chief Economist of the CCIM Institute and as an Independent Director for Monmouth REIT MNR.

A gifted and prolific speaker KC has made more than 850 presentations to industry, regulatory and academic organizations in the last decade, and has been published in many national and regional newspapers and journals with frequent contributions to radio and television programming.

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