05 August 2017

Program Offered: All Aspects of "The Modern Era of Mixed Use Development.”

Press release from AZ BigMedia
Valley Partnership Advocates Program applications open
Applications for those 35 years old-and-under will be accepted through August 25, 2017 and  are now available for the 2017-2018 Valley Partnership Advocates Program, which will focus on all aspects of the “Modern Era of Mixed Use Development.”
Blogger Note: Mixed-use development is a type of urban development that blends residential, commercial, cultural, institutional, or industrial uses, where those functions are physically and functionally integrated, and that provides pedestrian connections 
The Advocates monthly, in-depth learning sessions will include:

  • what a developer considers in identifying viable land,
  • assemblage and acquisition,
  • working with government entities on zoning entitlements
  • financing
  • buyer research
  • land planning
  • architecture
  • interior space planning and design
  • home building
  • branding and project marketing . . . and how it all fits together in our new economy.

This year’s program will be led by Valley Partnership Board of Director Member, Brandon Dillingham, Director of Arizona Development, Hines.
Hines is a privately owned global real estate investment, development and management firm, founded in 1957, with a presence in 189 cities in 20 countries and $96.5 billion of assets under management—including $48.5 billion for which Hines provides fiduciary investment management services and $48 billion for which Hines provides third-party property-level services.

Website > https://www.hines.com/

Valley Partnership Advocates program is created exclusively for their members 35 years of age and under. 
Applications will be accepted through August 25, 2017.
The Advocates Class of 2017-18 will begin in September 2017, ends in June 2018, and includes monthly events.
The total cost of the program is $350 and it is limited to 25 participants.
Questions?  Call Carrie Martin, Vice President, Events and Membership at 602-266-7844.

Valley Partnership Website: http://www.valleypartnership.org


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