Monthly Breakfast Series (May) – Economic Impact of Arts & Culture on Austin Real Estate
The May breakfast will explore how the arts and real estate intersect to have a mutually beneficial relationship. An effective synthesis of art and development can benefit a project by generating revenue, occupancy, and traffic to the site. Moreover, it solidifies the brand and differentiates the project from the scores of other new construction on the horizon. Visual cues also help define a community, by offering landmarks and messengering to other cities what this town is all about. Take the Willie Nelson statue at the W hotel or the Stevie Ray Vaughan statue at Lady Bird Lake – both Austin originals.
- LuLu Flores, Chair of the Austin Arts Commission
- Shea Little, Executive Director, Big Medium
- Cassie King, Director of Design & Innovation, Trademark Property Company
Moderator: Larry Speck, Senior Principal at Page/ and former Dean of the School of Architecture at UT
MAY BREAKFAST UNDERWRITER:
What does it cost?
ULI Member $55
ULI Discounted Member* $45
ULI Student Member $20
Non-Members $75 (Not a ULI Member? Join today!)
*ULI Members who represent academic, Nonprofit, Government or Young Leaders (under the age of 35).
How do I register?
Registration has ended, however WALK-IN REGISTRATION will be available at the door.
Fill out a Registration Form and bring it with you.
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