The focus of the conference is to look at how we manage the transportation system and how, through trust, partnerships, collaboration and community engagement, we can foster a more sustainable and practical future.
Measuring the benefit of infill development
The City of Durham’s Belt Line project has tremendous transformational potential for Downtown Durham in its continuing evolution into a great place to live, work, and play. That transformational power, however, brings a real responsibility to the community to ensure that the project benets all of Durham and will maximize social, cultural, economic, and health benefits of public and private investment along the Trail.
Urban3 has pioneered methods and tools to help cities better understand and learn more about land use, building design, and property tax productivity. What can we in Durham learn from the economic analysis prepared by Urban3 as part of the Durham Belt Line Trail Master Plan? What is the connection between the physical design of our cities and their fiscal sustainability?
Density, Dollars & Development: The Economics of Land Use in Bend
How can public data inform a vibrant and strong Bend? This presentation will illustrate how land use economics is an effective tool for getting the highest return on investment while growing smarter as a community. From capital improvement planning to placemaking, the presentation will challenge the way people think about the cost of development and the value of land.
The Mohawk Valley Association of Realtors will hold a four-hour course, Smart Growth for the 21st Century. Become an expert at influencing community land use decisions. The luncheon keynote speaker, Joe Minicozzi, will help real estate professionals and the concerned public learn how to create more livable communities.
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Join Kansas Preservation Alliance in Wichita at the historic Hotel Broadview for the 2017 annual conference on September 28th and 29th. This year's theme, "Creating Urban Historic Redevelopment" focuses on financial incentives for historic redevelopment and their impact on the local economy. Joe Minicozzi's keynote will be Thursday evening.
Joe Minicozzi will present the findings of Urban3's 2016 detailed regional analysis of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties in conjunction with the publication of The Value of Placemaking in the SC Biz News and the Charleston Business Journal's Power Breakfast.
Learn how public-private collaborations develop a vision of opportunity for businesses and communities
Be the first to hear the results from The Value of Placemaking report, presenting a detailed, regional analysis by Joe Minicozzi, the principal of Urban3, a private consulting firm specializing in land value economics, property and retail tax analysis and community design, followed by a Q&A session with Minicozzi and Michelle Mapp, CEO of the SC Community Loan Fund.
APA Florida is committed to Rising to the Challenge of planning for Florida’s future. Florida faces many challenges, whether from the threat of sea level rise and pollution of their waterways to road congestion and economic blight. But with challenges come opportunities to learn, grow, succeed, and prosper. At the 2017 Annual Conference, APA Florida hopes not only to celebrate the great ways planners are meeting the current challenges of their communities, but also to prepare us to Rise to the Challenges of the future together.
The Utah Chapter of APA and Ogden City Planning invites planners and citizen planners to join us in this special lunch and learn presentation. Ogden City contracted Urban3 to conduct their study of the Ogden and Weber County area. Joe Minicozzi will present the findings of the analysis. While the details deal with Ogden, the concepts are applicable to all of Utah as we deal with the questions of design, sprawl, land use patterns and how do we continue to finance communities after development occurs. Listen to Joe Minicozzi share his insights on a new way of thinking about these questions.
Joe Minicozzi will present the findings of Urban3's economic productivity analysis of Ogden and Weber County. Urban3’s pioneering work in the geo-spatial representation of economic productivity has prompted a straightforward understanding of economic potency, the efficiency of urbanism and the value of well designed cities.
Metroplan presents the Better Communities Lecture Series featuring Joe Minicozzi of Urban3 with a talk titled “Understanding Market Forces in Regional Development”. This lecture is aimed at all who wish to think about and advocate for the health and prosperity of our cities and region. It will be especially useful to decision makers and influencers at all community levels.
Germantown’s Economic and Community Development department, in conjunction with Memphis Area Association of Realtors has secured nationally-recognized urban design consultant Joe Minicozzi. The community is invited to join the discussion and learn more about how city design affects tax production and how cities can be shaped through smart, community-minded growth that fosters a sense of place.
Joe Minicozzi’s Oregon tour includes Medford. He will present case studies of Urban3’s pioneering geo-spatial representations of economic productivity which has prompted a paradigm shift in understanding the economic potency of urbanism and the value of well designed cities and towns.
Joe Minicozzi kicks off his Oregon tour in Grants Pass. Joe will present Urban3’s pioneering work on the geo-spatial representation of economic productivity which has prompted the understanding of economic potency, the efficiency of urbanism and the value of well designed cities.
Joe Minicozzi and Josh McCarty return to Pueblo following our study in 2016 -- this time to create the PACOG’s economic 3D model measuring the economic effect of differing land use types. The presentations will focus on utility planning, zoning and its impact on downtown development, parking, infrastructure, and sales tax revenues.
The Downtown and Historic Preservation Conference will highlight White River Junction's successful revival by bringing new housing, businesses, and jobs downtown. This year’s conference features nationally recognized keynote speaker Joe Minicozzi, who has done the math that proves investing in downtowns not only improves our quality of life and economy, but saves taxpayer dollars.
Let’s Talk Progress is a community-driven conversation about what Burlington could be -- and how smart growth can help them get there. At the first of eight events, learn how leading economist Joe Minicozzi is using simple math to guide the reshaping of urban spaces to honor historical and environmental values while creating prosperity and driving social equity.
Upstate Forever is a land conservation and advocacy organization that protects critical lands, waters, and the unique character of the Upstate of South Carolina. The 10-county Upstate region is growing. By 2040, the region’s population is projected to reach nearly 1,750,000 – an increase of 64% since 1990. The Upstate Growth Alternatives Analysis, a year-long study, conducted by a multi-disciplinary consultant team will kick off at this event.
Reception to follow.
The Georgia Historic Preservation Division in partnership with the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, the Georgia Alliance of Preservation Commissions, and the City of Madison invite you to Madison for the 2017 Statewide Historic Preservation Conference from May 18th to 20th.
This year the conference hosts Joe Minicozzi, AICP, as keynote speaker. The conference also includes two networking receptions, and three simultaneous session tracks: general preservation, archaeology and cultural landscapes, and concerns facing historic preservation commissions. Sessions will highlight a variety of topics including Georgia preservation, architectural history, archaeology, cultural landscapes, middle Georgia regional history, landscape architecture, preservation law, and other closely related topics.
Safety, Agriculture, Villages and Environment, Inc. (S.A.V.E.) welcomes Joe Minicozzi, AICP, principal of Urban3, for an evening of discussion about the economics of land use and the importance of sustainable growth. If you are a public official, planner, developer, business owner, preservationist or simply a citizen interested in the use of our land and what it means for the future, you will not want to miss this event!
Initiated in 1998, the Centro San Antonio networking series features thought leaders, co-creators, and influencers from some of the most transformational and inspirational downtown revitalization programs in the country. The goal of the series is to engage, inform and inspire our downtown to excellence through conversation and collaboration.
On March 24th Joe Minicozzi will keynote at the 2017 Urban Renaissance Networking Luncheon.