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Breakfast Series Event/Carmel Midtown

September 28, 2017
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Katz, Sapper and Miller Conference Center
800 E. 96th St., Suite 100
Indianpolis, IN 46240 United States
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Join ULI Indiana for our September Breakfast Series to learn about Carmel Midtown, one of the boldest and most dynamic developments in the Midwest. Corrie Meyer, Executive Director of the Carmel Redevelopment Commission; Mike Hollibaugh, Director of Community Services for the city of Carmel; Justin Moffett, Partner at Old Town Design Group; and Tom Gallagher, Associate Principal at Ratio Architects will talk about the planning, execution, key projects, and design of this innovative leap in the City of Carmel’s progression.  Carmel Midtown is a fantastic local example of urban design and planning for people from across the real estate spectrum.


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t-gallagherTom Gallagher:
Tom is an Associate Principal and Urban Designer with RATIO.  In practice for more than 20 years, Tom has built a reputation as a discerning and insightful design thinker and strategist. He has a proven talent for leading projects that present complex challenges that defy expected categorizations. With a keen ability to foster a collaborative atmosphere, Tom pursues a deep understanding of his clients’ values, seeking to inspire meaningful design solutions. Driven by his education in landscape architecture and psychology, Tom is an advocate for built environments that authentically integrate with the local ecology and are designed to enhance the human experience.

Tom is a Professor in Practice of Urban Design in the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University, currently writes an urban design column for the Indianapolis Business Journal, and has spoken publicly on place, context sensitive design, complete streets, and design thinking.

m-hollibaughMike Hollibaugh:
Mike currently serves as Director for the City of Carmel’s Department of Community Services. As director, Mike and his full-time staff of 20 people are responsible for activities related to planning, zoning, development and construction services, building permitting and inspections, code enforcement, property maintenance, and urban forestry for the City of Carmel.

Mike also serves as liaison to Carmel Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals and the Carmel Urban Forestry Commission.  Mike received his BLA and BS from Ball State University’s College of Architecture & Planning.

c-meyer-2Corrie Meyer
Corrie was named Carmel Redevelopment Commission Director in March 2014, after serving on the commission and working for years as a landscape architect.  She also serves as president for Nickel Plate Arts in Noblesville and is the president and CEO of her strategic planning firm, Innovative Planning. During Corrie’s time as director of the CRC, she has overseen sale and redevelopment of the former Party Time Rental site, construction of several new buildings at Carmel City Center, redevelopment of the Midtown area of Carmel, the widening of the Monon Trail, and plans to construct an ice skating rink outside of The Palladium. Many of these projects are under construction or will begin construction very soon.

Corrie attended Ball State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture and a masters of urban and regional planning.  Corrie was named to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 in 2015.

j-moffett-2Justin Moffett:
Justin is a Partner at Old Town Design Group and has been instrumental in several key projects in Carmel Midtown, spearheading land use and planning efforts and serving as a lead developer on a number of marquee Midtown projects. Justin enjoys putting his business management background and passion for land development to work in every project he works on.

As lifelong residents of Carmel, Justin and his wife are deeply involved with serving the Carmel, Westfield, and Zionsville communities. Their home in Old Town Carmel near the Monon Trail is part of Old Town Design Group’s vision for a revitalized downtown and serves as an ongoing inspiration for Justin as he seeks outstanding communities for clients.

Mark your calendar for the last Breakfast Series event of 2017:

  • November 2 — Special date! — Top Takeaways from the ULI Annual Meeting

Breakfast Series Agenda

7:30am – 8:00am – Continental Breakfast and Networking
8:00am – 9:00am – Presentation and Q & A

Breakfast Series Pricing

Members and Students are always FREE.  Join ULI now

Non-members – Early Bird rate:

  • Private Sector: $45
  • Under 35 or Public/Academic/Nonprofit: $35

Non-members – Standard rate:

  • Private Sector: $55
  • Under 35 or Public/Academic/Nonprofit: $45

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