Joe will be the keynote speaker for CityWorks(X)po FLorida 2019!
CityWorks(X)po FLorida is a gathering focused on sharing knowledge to build stronger communities. During the day, attendees will be immersed in thought-provoking presentations, performances and engaging dialogue.
By night, the all inclusive conference continues with networking opportunities at high energy and (X)citing events.
CityWorks(X)po FLorida provides a platform for sharing knowledge, stories, ideas, and projects with a focus on strengthening cities of all sizes. Attendees will represent communities from across the state of Florida. (X)po is about connectivity between people, places and the projects that inspire them. Exploring impact topics like: Capital & Social Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Good Government, Arts & Design, Knowledge & New Media, Outdoors & Recreation, Public Health & Social Justice and Food, Drink & Music can have on a community. (X)po’s speakers, panelists, and participants will share what they have learned (successes and failures) about community building.
Joe will be the keynote speaker for CityWorks(X)po FLorida 2019!
The Inner City Housing Summit, first of its kind in Laredo, strives to jump-start conversations across sectors to unlock existing investment opportunities in the inner city.
Learn about the competitive reasons why reinvestment in the inner city can be profitable, and how return for investors can also lead to social gain.
The Southern Vermont Economy Summit is a daylong learning and networking event for municipal, community and business leaders that focuses on the long term development of Southern Vermont’s economy. This year’s theme is Investing in Southern Vermont’s Future – strategies for planning, focus, and developing the economy. The day will highlight entrepreneurial projects and strategies that are currently being employed in Southern Vermont with an eye toward learning and collaborating on future planning focus’ and development support efforts.
Find more information on the event website: www.sovermontsummit.com
Geodesigning the future Summit: Making smarter decisions for our planet
February 25th - 28th, 2019
Join thought leaders, innovators, and other visionaries in seeing firsthand how they are leveraging geodesign and technology to confront challenges head-on and plan for our future.
Joe will be speaking to the Dollars & Sense of Land-Use Economics followed by a panel discussion, on Wednesday at 2pm.
Joe will be presenting a lecture at 3rd floor of Rankin Science West (RSW) 3:30pm
This event is open to the public and hosted by the Department of Geography and Planning.
Geography is unique in bridging the social sciences (human geography) with the natural sciences (physical geography). Come along to explore how Urban3’s approach provides a distinctively powerful multidisciplinary solution to creating true impact and change in policy and planning practice, working towards bettering both human and physical environmental health.
Joe will be visiting Edenton, NC to discuss important land use planning and economic issues as they relate to the future location of JAH High School.
Presented by Destination Downtown Edenton, Inc
The City of Northfield Economic Development Authority is hosting an informative presentation by Urban3 for all Northfield community members. Joe will present findings from Urban3’s recent study of Northfield, encompassing an analysis of the city’s land-use productivity.
Parking: In front and around the Weitz Center.
**This event is sold out, if you are interested in getting on a wait list please e-mail Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ULI Utah Trends 2019 will be a deep dive with 15+ top industry experts who will be discussing the most current state and national real estate trends, with a focus on what to expect in the future. In addition to the speakers above, there will be several panel discussions and presentations on density, NIMBYism, trends in multi-family housing and how election results will help shape the real estate industry. Join us for a day that is sure to educate and inspire!
Free and open to public. Seating is limited.
*Some attendees may be eligible to receive AICP credits.
Social Hour and Networking
5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Light Appetizers and Cash Bar
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
For more info: https://www.ce.ucf.edu/Program/Urban-and-Regional-Planning-Distinguished-Lecture-Series
The USF School of Architecture & Community Design's Lecture Series introduces students and the Tampa Bay community to a diverse range of ideas and global perspectives. Every semester, architects, urbanists, designers, academics and artists from across the United States and the world speak about their experiences and knowledge.
All lectures are free and open to students and the general public.
More info: https://www.usf.edu/arts/architecture/news-and-events/lecture-series/index.aspx
Joe has been awarded the annual Carmichael Speaker of 2018, for his role in the Art of City Building conference.
ART OF CITY BUILDING (AOCB) IS A CONFERENCE DESIGNED TO INSPIRE CONVERSATIONS AROUND PEOPLE, DESIGN AND PLACEMAKING.
This is the second visioning event in a planned series of public conversations that will bring together local, national, and international thought leaders who will share their experiences, connect to Halifax, and aim to challenge thinking.
“Retropolitan: The New American City”
Joe Minicozzi will speak in San Antonio, TX for the International Downtown Association at their annual event. Joe will be discussing Urban3's recent work, and be accompanied by Nicole Thompson of Downtown Durham, Inc. to highlight a recent study that Urban3 conducted to understand Durham's potential growth and development scenarios and discuss the fiscal and tax implications of such strategies.
Joe Minicozzi will speak at the annual conference of the Florida Redevelopment Association in Fort Myers, Florida. Joe will be accompanied by the City of Gainesville to highlight a recent study that Urban3 conducted to understand the City's potential growth and development scenarios and discuss the fiscal and tax implications of such strategies.
How do you use development to strengthen people and neighborhoods? This is your chance to take it down to the fundamentals. Look at development economics at a macro and micro level to make the case for transit-supportive real estate projects. Learn some key elements to bring development to fruition: data, partnerships and community engagement. Hear about market and human dynamics, as well as implementation strategies for equitable, sustainable development. Explore the development fundamentals to operationalize vibrant development.
Moderator: Susheela Nemani-Stanger, Director, Economic Development Department, Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Joe Minicozzi, AICP, Principal, Urban3, Asheville, NC
Joshua Pollard, Chief Executive Officer/Co-Founder, Omicelo and Omicelo Cares, Pittsburgh, PA
Joe Minicozzi will speak at the International Economic Development Council's national conference in Atlanta, GA. Joe will be accompanied by Nicole Thompson of Downtown Durham Inc. to highlight a recent study that Urban3 conducted to understand Durham's potential growth and development scenarios and discuss the fiscal and tax implications of such strategies. Joe will also be joined by representatives from Fourth Economy and Incremental Development Alliance.
Placemaking Round Robin - Growing Wealth Through Placemaking:
In a time of uncertainty of federal programs, communities that are feeling the crunch of municipal budgets must grow their own wealth. Placemaking, while often considered just a way to create beautiful places, is also a revolutionary tactic for preserving and distributing municipal and personal wealth. Learn how a sprawling growth model overwhelms city budgets, how cities and regions are generating investment from a focus on quality of life, and how marginalized neighborhoods are benefiting from an incremental, bottom-up development strategy.
2018 Fall Conference
Building Blocks: Laying a Foundation of Partnership
Hosted by the Tennessee Chapter of American Planning Association
Key Note Speaker - Breakfast Session
Friday 7:30 am
Placemaking in Downtown Kingsport Session
Friday 9:10 am
Joe Minicozzi will speak at the International Association of Assessing Officers at the annual event in Minneapolis. Joe will be accompanied by the City of Minneapolis to highlight a recent study that Urban3 conducted to understand the City's potential growth and development scenarios and discuss the fiscal and tax implications of such strategies.
The Spokane Regional Transit Council will host Joe Minicozzi for a public lecture in Spokane, Washington to share Urban3's analysis methodology, case studies and other best practices for land use development patterns based on economic and tax data. The lecture is open to the public.
Joe Minicozzi will provide a lecture for the annual conference of the Washington County Planning Association alongside Roger Millar of Washington State DOT.
Joe Minicozzi will participate in the NTBA Fall Round Table to talk about his hometown, Asheville — one of the Southeast’s most popular tourist towns and increasingly a retiree and millennial migration destination. Asheville is a learning lab, both for development professionals committed to healthy community growth and for local leaders open to a conversation about common goals and workable strategies.
Joe Minicozzi will be joined by his local Asheville peers about the history of Asheville's development, growth and highlight key actions and players that made the city what it is today.
Joe Minicozzi will provide a keynote lecture at the Florida Main Street Conference in Vero Beach, Florida. He'll discuss Urban3's recent work in Gainesville, FL and other cities with vibrant main streets and downtown revitalization efforts.
Join Asheville Museum of Science at The Collider for the next edition of Science Pub, a FREE Friday night guest speaker series offered by AMOS. Joe Minicozzi, AICP and principal of Urban3, LLC, will present “Economics & the Science of Cities.’” This program will take place on Friday, July 27, at The Collider. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., and the presentation begins at 6 p.m.
Joe will address the connections between economic productivity, community vitality, human behaviors, and land use.
Joe Minicozzi will present in Canada alongside with Canadian, American and international leaders in urban design and urban economics, writers and policy makers. The event, "3eme Rendez-vous Collectivites viables 2018" will be an opportunity to learn about how Montreal is investigating downtown investments and development opportunities and encouraging the community to think outside the "big box."
Joe Minicozzi will be joining BlueZones to participate in a day-long session with Collier County Commissioners in Naples to discuss community design opportunities for creating healthy communities. Joe will discuss the true costs of sprawl, share thoughts on policy options for promoting smart land use, and discuss ways to garner community support.
Joe Minicozzi will be giving a public lecture in Laredo, Texas for an event presented by the American Institute of Architects - Laredo Chapter. Joe will provide an introduction to Urban3's work in understanding the true values of land, costs of development and opportunity for smart growth decisions.
Joe Minicozzi and Josh McCarthy from Urban3 will join representatives from Lafayette, LA to for a session titled "Form Follows Finance: Unplugging Economic Barriers." The discussion will focus on the intersection of economic development, smart growth, and regional infrastructure development. Participants will learn cutting-edge applications of geo-design and ninja policy moves, and learn about Urban3's recent work in Lafayette.
Joe Minicozzi will be joining many other planning and transportation experts and thought leaders in Lee County, Florida for a lecture at the “Designing for People, Place and Profit” conference. Joe will be talking about strategies for building smart infrastructure for multi-modal transportation that also builds economic development opportunities. More information about the event can be found here.
Joe Minicozzi will be in Durham, North Carolina for the State of Downtown Durham event on April 17. Joe will talk about Urban3's recent study in Durham, the state of downtown, opportunities for further revitalization and investment at Downtown Durham Inc.'s annual event. For more information please visit the organization's website: http://downtowndurham.com/event/state-of-downtown-durham/.