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Shifting Suburbs: Reinventing Infrastructure for Compact Development

Date:
August 15, 2013
Time:
9:00 am - 10:30 am
Venue:
Hamilton East Public Library
Address:
Fishers, IN United States
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ULI Indiana is pleased to offer a presentation of the ULI publication Shifting Suburbs: Reinventing Infrastructure for Compact DevelopmentThe event will feature ULI Senior Resident Fellow Ed McMahon, with a panel discussion including Jeff Kingsbury, Tom Dickey, and Chris Kirles.

 

AGENDA

Library opens; Coffee and Water available.

Welcome and Introductions

  • Welcome to Fishers – Tom Dickey, Director of Community Development
  • Introduction to Topic and Speaker – Jeff Kingsbury, Managing Principal, Greenstreet, Ltd., and ULI Indiana Chair for Mission Advancement

Presentation – Ed McMahon

Panel Discussion/Q&A

  • Jeff Kingsbury (Moderator)
  • Tom Dickey
  • Chris Kirles, Vice President of Development, Flaherty & Collins

Speaker Biographies

Location - This event will take place in the Hamilton East Public Library, within the Fishers Municipal Complex.  Participants will be able to view Fishers’ new downtown plan and see the site of Flaherty & Collins’ new mixed-use development, just under way.  Following the program, participants are invited to tour LAUNCH FISHERS, a co-working space for entrepreneurs. Refreshments will be provided.  Start your day in Fishers and enjoy the reverse commute!

Price - Includes Shifting Suburbs publication
ULI members: $30
Nonmembers: $45
Students: FREE

THREE WAYS TO REGISTER:
1) Register on-line:
Click here to register using our new e-commerce system, or
– For now you can also still use the old system by clicking the orange button below.
2) Call ULI Customer Service at 1-800-321-5011 and mention 81561412.
3) Download a Registration Form.

Click here to view a list of attendees.

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