ULI Los Angeles: Urban Marketplace Fall 2021 - Advancing Equity Through Infrastructure - Repairing Our Past

When

2021-11-04
2021-11-04T08:00:00 - 2021-11-04T09:30:00
America/Los_Angeles

Choose Your Calendar

    Where

    Zoom

    Pricing

    Standard Pricing Until November 4 Members Non-Members
    Private $40.00 $50.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $35.00 $45.00
    Retired $40.00 N/A
    Student FREE $20.00
    Under Age 35 $35.00 $45.00
    Join us Thursday, November 4th for our annual Urban Marketplace event!
     
    Urban Marketplace 2021 and 2022 will focus on opportunities to advance equity through infrastructure investments (i.e., transportation infrastructure, housing infrastructure, food infrastructure and water infrastructure) in historically underinvested communities and communities of color and discuss strategies to make a deal and make a difference.
     
    Urban Marketplace 2021
    This Fall, we’ll host a virtual panel discussion about strategies to repair past harm caused by infrastructure investments on communities of color and poor communities and utilizing future investments to spur change.
     
    Urban Marketplace 2022
    A return to the traditional in-person convening with roundtable discussions about investment opportunities, case studies, public policy and funding sources for investments that can transform communities and create a better qualify of life for Angelenos.
     
    Register today for the Virtual Fall Session and keep an eye out for more information coming soon about the In-Person Spring Session!
     
    For sponsorship opportunities, email ulila-urbanmarketplace@uli.org.

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Kacy Keys

    Princpal/CEO, Praxis Development Group

    Kacy Keys, founder of Praxis Development Group, comes to the endeavor with more than two decades of experience in large and complex development projects, with a track record of success. Having been recognized as one of Los Angeles’ most influential women in real estate, Kacy has overseen the development of more than $1B in real estate assets (exclusive of land value) with experience in residential, retail, office and mixed-use product types. Specializing in urban infill, Kacy has a passion for projects that result in a positive impact, with an eye towards simultaneous value creation and neighborhood enhancement. With her multidisciplinary background as a land use/real estate attorney and developer, she looks at opportunity as “what can be” versus “what is.” Understanding the regulatory and entitlement framework, and seeing opportunity in creative solutions, she brings her business savvy and creativity to everything she does.

    Speaker

    Scott Kratz

    11th Street Bridge Park

    For the last ten years, Scott Kratz has been working with the Ward 8 non-profit Building Bridges Across the River and District agencies to transform an old freeway bridge into a park above the Anacostia River. The old 11th Street Bridges that connect Capitol Hill with communities east of the river have reached the end of their lifespan, Kratz is working with the community to use the base of one of the bridges to create a one of a kind civic space supporting active recreation, environmental education and the arts. Kratz is a resident of Barrack’s Row and has lived in Washington D.C. for the last 15 years. He has worked in the education field for over twenty years and began his career teaching at Kidspace, a children’s museum in Pasadena, California and later as the Associate Director of the Institute for the Study of the American West at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles, CA. Most recently, he was the Vice President for Education at the National Building Museum in Washington D.C. He served on the board of the United Planning Organization and currently sits on the Anacostia Coordinating Council’s board and on the High Line Network’s Steering Committee.

    Speaker

    Brett Theodos

    Senior Research Associate, The Urban Institute

    Brett Theodos is a senior fellow and director of the Community Economic Development Hub at the Urban Institute. His work focuses on economic and community development, neighborhood change, affordable homeownership, consumer finance, and program evaluation and learning. His research includes evaluations of the Economic Development Administration, New Markets Tax Credit, Small Business Administration loan and investment programs, Opportunity Zones, and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Choice Neighborhoods, Community Development Block Grant, and Section 108 programs. He is studying how capital flows (or fails to flow) into communities, including the role of mission finance actors like community development financial institutions. He leads projects researching how entrepreneurs can access capital.