Mixed-Use Real Estate Finance
|November 1, 2011 9:00 am||to||November 2, 2011 4:00 pm|
Neighborhoods are at their best when Main Streets pulse with the activities that bring communities alive – residential, retail, entertainment, services, public facilities and common areas. Older Main Streets have special opportunities for adaptive reuse – with buildings that are ideally suited to retrofitting multiple uses in one structure. Cities and towns undergoing redevelopment in their downtowns often view mixed-used development as a way to catalyze Main Street, energizing it with shopping, dining, culture and entertainment. There are several financial tools available for Main Street redevelopment and if brought together in the right way, for the right uses, they can do the job. Presented by The National Development Council.
Housing & Community Development Network of New Jersey
145 West Hanover St.
Trenton, NJ 08618
Fee: $150 for members/$200 for non-members. Includes continental breakfast, breaks, lunch and workshop materials.
Register online (payment must be made by mail) or call Chasity Davis, 609-393-3752.
Please direct any questions to Leonard Robbins (lrobbinshcdnnjorg) , 973-286-0086.
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