WEBINAR: How the New Political Climate is Reshaping Site Redevelopment Opportunities
EDR webinar offers rare chance to catch BL CEO in the open offering his unique perspective on opportunities arising in the rapid and robust recalibration of the U.S. real estate landscape.
Update: This webinar is archived and can be replayed here or any of the links below.
On September 21, 2017 EDR will host a timely webinar featuring two of the most insightful voices in the redevelopment space. Instrumental in the operations of two of the most important organizations in redevelopment—one public, one private—both of the experts empanelled for EDR's webinar work in vital roles with rare vantages on the real estate market. Their first person perspectives will distill the headlines into real-world intel about how the priorities of the U.S. EPA are taking shape in the Trump Presidency—and how the redevelopment market is responding in a period already marked by rapid change.
Get the U.S. EPA’s latest budget forecast, the recently released regulatory agenda, and likely areas of policy focus for site assessment and cleanup. Hear the latest views of what is likely to change, and where bipartisan support remains strong. And from outside the Beltway, get a clear view of the macro market forces converging to drive more interest in redeveloping contaminated properties than ever before.
Leave with fresh takes from primary sources that will provide you with context essential for understanding current conditions in the markets and a deeper understanding of why the U.S. property market is experiencing such an exciting, record-breaking period of “redevelopment renaissance.”
Mary Ann Grena Manley, Deputy Editorial Director, EHS Division, Bloomberg BNA
Patricia Overmeyer, Land Revitalization Coordinator, U.S. EPA Office of Brownfields Cleanup and Redevelopment
Dan French, CEO, Brownfield Listings, LLC
Date: September 21
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Eastern
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