|Early Pricing Until December 17||Members||Non-Members|
|Under Age 35||$60.00||$90.00|
|Standard Pricing Until January 21|
|Under Age 35||$75.00||$105.00|
|Under Age 35||$90.00||$120.00|
3:30-3:45pm | Registration
4-5 pm | Economics of Land Use: $ and Sense of Building Indianapolis, Joe Minicozzi, AICP; Principal, Urban3 (see speaker bios below)
- Get an introduction to the concept of property value per acre as a measure of resource efficiency, and as perhaps the best metric available to quantify the significant positive economic performance of density and smart land use decisions on a municipality's revenue.
- Explore visual representations that contrast the fiscal impacts of building walkable, transit-served real estate and auto-oriented real estate at various densities.
- Understand how impactful municipal zoning decisions are on the city's actual revenue intake, and what types of changes are needed to support transit oriented development around Indy's three new bus rapid transit lines – the Red Line, the Purple Line, and the Blue Line.
Indiana State Museum 650 W Washington ST Indianapolis, IN 46204-2725 UNITED STATES