The New Normal: Public Private Partnerships in Real Estate

The New Normal: Public Private Partnerships in Real Estate,
Presented by the Urban Land Institute: July 28, 2011

Featuring:

Tony Canzoneri, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP

Robert Champion, Champion Real Estate Company

Ursula Hyman, Latham & Watkins LLP

Allan Kotin, USC / Allan D. Kotin & Associates

Kevin Ratner, Forest City

Expert Panel Discussion

The Urban Land Institute, Los Angeles will host an expert panel discussion about Public Private Partnerships in Real Estate on July 28, 2011.

Join the ULI Young Leaders Group to learn about public-private partnerships (3P) and the increasingly important, often central, role these arrangements play in the development of real estate. Hear from some of Southern California’s most accomplished developers and practitioners on their real-world development experience with 3P and their thoughts on how these arrangements impact real estate development. Leave with an understanding of different 3P structures and how they affect what gets built and when.

For more details and registration, please visit: http://www.uli-la.org/node/669

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