CNU 2010 Kickoff Tonight

The new mixed-use market

Project Green Downtown
Project Green Downtown (by Rendering: Constructive Ventures)

Tonight the Congress for New Urbanism chapter hosts a lively panel discussion, advocacy forum and happy hour salon at Cuba Libre. Topic: "Keeping Up the Urban Momentum: The New Mixed-Use Market." Panelists: Michele Gary, Weitzman Group; Perry Lorenz, Constructive Ventures; Jennifer Wiebrand, Gables Residential; moderator Tom Yantis.

CNU's release:

What’s selling? What’s leasing? What’s struggling? And how can projects succeed in 2010? Join the Central Texas Chapter of the CNU as we kick off another year of urban activism with a panel discussion on "The New Mixed-Use Market" featuring:

Michele Gary, vice president, The Weitzman Group
Perry Lorenz, founder, Constructive Ventures
Jennifer Wiebrand, development associate, Gables Residential
Tom Yantis of the CNU Board and BWR Corporation will moderate the discussion.

In addition, we’ll be taking a look back at the people and activities that made our first year such a success, and gearing up to make an impact in 2010.

Wednesday, February 3
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Happy hour at 5:30
Panel discussion begins at 6 pm
Cash bar, light appetizers, and stimulating conversation
The Lounge at Cuba Libre
409 Colorado Street

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