About the Course
Plan to join us for the much-anticipated Scalability and Monitoring of Place-Based Real Estate Investments, Local and Federal Stakeholders Unite webinar. Spaces are limited.
Place-Based Investment refers to a targeted approach in directing financial resources, development initiatives, and investments towards specific geographic areas or communities. This strategy aims to stimulate economic growth, improve infrastructure, enhance social services, and foster sustainable development within a designated locality or region.
Zoning and PBI's historic use as an equity-generating tool by government agencies, developers, community stakeholders, and public-private partnerships left much on the table. Fortunately, local and federal entities are uniting.
Overview of Place-based Real Estate Investments
Factors Influencing PBI Scalability and Monitoring
Strategies for Enhancing PBI Scalability
The Case Study: Developing Successful Replicable PBI Models Scaled to Have Much Broader Regional or National Impact
Challenges and Mitigation Strategies
Q&A Session (interactive)
Date: Thursday, October 12, 2023
Time: 2:30 - 3:45 pm EST
Duration: 75 Minutes
PBIs, while aiming to stimulate economic growth and development in specific geographic areas, have these inherent weaknesses:
Place-based investments (PBIs) are realizing their full potential to drive development, economic growth, and sustainable practices. Importantly, monitoring of PBIs is taking center stage at local, regional, and national levels.
These investments often face challenges related to scalability and sustainability. The benefits of focusing on a particular locality may not easily translate to a broader regional or national scale, limiting the overall impact.
The success of PBIs relies heavily on effective governance and administration, which can be challenging to achieve, especially in areas with limited institutional capacity.
Who Should Attend: This webinar is ideal for developers, financiers, real estate-related professionals, business leaders, community engagement professionals, and anyone interested in building meaningful relationships with the communities they operate..
About the Equitable Infrastructure Group
The Equitable Infrastructure Group is advancing equity in infrastructure nationally and is an indispensable depository of information.
Established in 2017, the Equitable Infrastructure Group (EIG) delivers early access to market knowledge and opportunities in both the built and public realms. Our focus on inequity in vital corridors is the cornerstone of our mission. Our movement has led to the development of national strategies which combat prevailing closed-door private and municipal policies and practices leveraging billions.
L. Charlie Oliver, Chair of the Equitable Infrastructure Group and Green Building Worldwide is a change agent with a career defined by a series of firsts. Today, her impact is recognized nationally, traversing over $870 billion in developments and infrastructure projects and leading the global team. Charlie is a recurring speaker before the World Economic Forum, the Global Power and Energy BlockChain Conference, and the Equity Forum.