ULI Indiana - Real Estate Trends 2020


Thursday, January 23rd, 2020
3:30pm - 7:30pm EST


Indiana State Museum Will open in a new window 650 W Washington ST Indianapolis, IN 46204-2725 UNITED STATES


Early Pricing Until December 17 Members Non-Members
Private $75.00 $105.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $45.00 $65.00
Retired $75.00 N/A
Student $25.00 $35.00
Under Age 35 $60.00 $90.00
Standard Pricing Until January 21
Private $90.00 $120.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $55.00 $75.00
Retired $90.00 N/A
Student $30.00 $40.00
Under Age 35 $75.00 $105.00
Private $105.00 $135.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $70.00 $90.00
Retired $105.00 N/A
Student $45.00 $55.00
Under Age 35 $90.00 $120.00
Advance registration is now closed, but you can still attend! Just register on site at the event Thursday!
Updated 1-3-20
Learn more about this signature annual event at our program page
2020 Agenda 

3:30-3:45pm | Registration
3:45-4pm | Welcome and Announcements

4-5 pm | Economics of Land Use: $ and Sense of Building Indianapolis, Joe Minicozzi, AICP; Principal, Urban3 (see speaker bios below)
Joe Minicozzi's work reveals the true costs and benefits of development choices. This talk will explore the imperfections of property tax valuation and the relative return-on-investment for Indianapolis from different development patterns. Joe's visualizations of economic productivity enable better understanding of the economic potency and efficiency of the choices Indianapolis makes. Attendees will:
  • 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.
5-5:15 pm | Break
5:15-5:30pm | Announcements
5:30-6pm | Emerging Trends in Real Estate; Andrew C. Warren; Director, Real Estate Research, PwC, LLP (see speaker bios below)
What can the real estate industry expect in the coming months and years? The 2020 Emerging Trends in Real Estate® report—a highly regarded forecast publication by PwC and the Urban Land Institute—cites both adaptability and discipline as key factors in the industry's ability to withstand an economic downturn and the possibility of softer real estate demand in the years ahead. Andy Warren's presentation will cover these takeaways and other findings from the 41st edition of the trends and forecast publication.
6-7:15pm | Networking Reception
Our 2nd Annual Full Member Dinner with the Speakers will take place following the event from 7:30-9:30pm at OP Italian in the JW Marriott. RSVP via email to Indiana@uli.org. Capacity is limited.

Indiana State Museum 650 W Washington ST Indianapolis, IN 46204-2725 UNITED STATES

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Andy Warren

Director, Real Estate Research, PwC Management Services LP

Andrew Warren, Andy, currently serves as the PwC’s Director of Real Estate Research. As the Director of Real Estate Research, and is responsible for monitoring all aspects of commercial and residential real estate, including space market fundamentals, capital market trends, regulatory changes and operational developments. For the past seven years, Andy has led PwC’s participation in the development and production of the Emerging Trends in Real Estate publication. Andy is a frequent speaker on issues affecting the real estate market and has also authored numerous articles for internal clients and national real estate publications. Andy also forecasts market performance for PwC’s “Real Estate Investor Survey”. Andy has over 30 years of experience in all aspect of commercial and residential real estate research. Andy has performed and managed real estate fundamental analysis and forecasting, portfolio construction, and buy/sell decisions for both debt and equity clients. Prior to assuming his current role, Andy served as the Managing Director of Real Estate Research for Principal Global Investors, a top 10 institutional real estate manager in the U.S. At Principal, Andy held a progressive level of analyst and management positions over his 25 year career and served as a voting and advisory member on a multiple real estate debt and equity investment funds. Andy has earned the CFA designation and is a Counselor of Real Estate. He is also an active member of the Urban Land Institute Research Forum as well as a participating member of ICSC, NCREIF, NAIOP, the Appraisal Institute and the CCIM institute. PwC’s real estate practice has a broad perspective and keen insight into your audit, tax and advisory needs, we’ll show you how much further your business can go. We support corporate owners/users, developers, hospitality organizations, investors and REITs across all industries. With local and global insights, combined with industry relationships, we provide clients with access to the information that matters most.


Joe Minicozzi

Principal, Urban3, LLC

A sought-after lecturer on city planning issues, Joe founded Urban3 in 2011 to explain market dynamics created by tax and land use policies, and to help communities improve their financial position through urban design. Joe has worked in government, real estate development, and finance, and has served as the executive director of Asheville’s Downtown Association. In 2017, he was named one of Planetizen’s, “100 Most Influential Urbanists.”