Prioritizing Effective Infrastructure-Led Development

October 25, 2022 3:30 PM – 4:00 PM (GMT-06:00) Central Time Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Lobby F, Presentation Area B Special Program
Open to All Attendees
Economic Development Finance Leadership
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Infrastructure, land use, and real estate development are intrinsically linked. Over the coming years, communities will face many challenges that will be difficult to manage, including diminished housing affordability, entrenched inequities in the built environment, and a changing climate. These issues are compounded by the combined challenge of maintaining current infrastructure while needing to invest in forward-looking infrastructure. As the United States prepares to make the largest infrastructure investment in a generation, an opportunity exists for ULI members and key partners to identify and promote more equitable and resilient infrastructure investments that create both long-term real estate and community value. Learn what you should know to promote infrastructure investments that are shovel worthy and not just shovel ready. The more forward-thinking, and flexible, regions that execute successful infrastructure strategies will better succeed and generate more favorable financial outcomes for municipalities, improve the economy more broadly, and increase social outcomes.