Plans are well under way for Redevelopment Forum 2015, our 10th annual Redevelopment Forum, set for Friday, March 13 at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick! Check back here for new information on speakers and sessions (or check the right rail for links to get RSS or email updates).
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Planners interested in earning certificate maintenance (CM) credits toward their AICP certification may now do so at the Redevelopment Forum this Friday, March 14. Register today to earn 5.5 AICP CM credits.
The morning plenary session will showcase three unique and exciting approaches to downtown economic revitalization, featuring Steve Leeper from 3CDC in Cincinnati, Susan Mosey from Midtown Detroit Inc., and Dan Baudouin from the Providence Foundation. The lessons they learned and the work they accomplished can inform towns and cities both large and small on how to focus their time and talents on creating exciting and thriving downtowns. Continue reading.
Seth Pinsky, who from 2008 to 2013 served as president of the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), will deliver the luncheon keynote at New Jersey Future’s annual Redevelopment Forum. Continue reading →
Thanks to everyone who helped make Redevelopment Forum 2013 such a great success! All presentations are now up on our SlideShare channel, and are linked from each session’s description. You may view all the videos from the morning plenary and luncheon keynote by clicking on the playlist above. The first few photos are also up on our Facebook page, with more to be added later this week. Come take a look!
New Jersey Future is pleased to announce that the Supreme Court of New Jersey Board on Continuing Legal Education has recently approved the March 1 Redevelopment Forum for 5.80 New Jersey CLE credits and 4 Pennsylvania CLE credits. The New Jersey Board of Architects has approved the Forum for 6 continuing education hours. The American Institute of Certified Planners has approved the Redevelopment Forum for a total of 6 AICP certification maintenance (CM) credits.