ULI Charlotte: How the Pandemic is Affecting Real Estate and Land Use


2021-04-28T13:00:00 - 2021-04-28T14:00:00

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    In partnership with LeverageNC, join us for a four-part series titled Better Community Planning & Economic Development for NC cities and towns.
    This series is led by Ed McMahon, a leading authority on topics such as the links between health and the built environment, sustainable development, land conservation, smart growth, and historic preservation. You do not want to miss this fantastic opportunity!
    This series will explore small town economic development and quality of life, post-pandemic real estate and land use practices, asset-based economic development, and what to know about reviving suburbs and commercial corridors.
    Each hourlong session will be offered via a Zoom live webinar beginning at 1:00 pm.
    SERIES 2 | APRIL 28
    How the Pandemic is Affecting Real Estate and Land Use - The Pandemic is changing how and where Americans live, work, shop and move around. Many of these changes will continue after the pandemic has ended. This workshop will discuss how the pandemic is affecting real estate and land use.
    Part 2 Secrets of Successful Communities Flyer

    Part 3 Asset Based Economic Development

    Part 4 Redeveloping Suburbs and Commercial Corridors



    Ed McMahon

    Senior Resident Fellow - Charles E. Fraser Chair for Sustainable Development, Urban Land Institute

    Ed McMahon holds the Charles E. Fraser Chair on Sustainable Development at the Urban Land Institute in Washington, DC where he is nationally known as an inspiring speaker and leading authority on economic development and land use polices and trends. As the Senior Fellow for Sustainable Development McMahon leads ULI’s worldwide efforts to conduct research and educational activities on environmentally sensitive development policies and practices. He is also Chairman of the Board of the National Main Street Center and a Senior Advisor to ULI’s Healthy Places Initiative. During the past 30 years, McMahon has worked with communities in all 50 states on a wide variety land use and economic development activities. Ed has a law degree from Georgetown University and a master’s in Urban Affairs from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He has authored numerous books, articles and reports and regularly serves as a ULI spokesperson in print, digital and broadcast media.