ULI Austin Greater Austin Regional Luncheon - Heading East

When

2022-10-12
2022-10-12T11:30:00 - 2022-10-12T13:00:00
America/Chicago

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    Where

    Huston-Tillotson University
    IN-PERSON    Davage-Durden Student Union at Huston-Tillotson University, 900 Chicon St.
    VIRTUAL        ZOOM
      
    This event is open to EVERYONE, members and non-members.
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    REGISTRATION ENDS 10/10

    IN-PERSON PRICING
    ULI Member $55.00
    ULI Discounted Member* $45.00
    Non-Member $75.00
    Student $20.00
            
    VIRTUAL PRICING
    ULI Member $15.00
    Non-Member $30.00
    Student FREE



    * Discount for ULI Members who represent Academic, Nonprofit, Government, or Young Leaders (under the age of 35).
    For those attending in-person, contact [email protected] if you have dietary restrictions. 
    SEE WHO'S ATTENDING: IN-PERSON | VIRTUAL
     
    SCHEDULE: 
    11:30 AM - 12 NOON | Check-In and Networking
    12 NOON - 1:00 PM   |  Panel
     

    The Greater Austin Region has seen significant growth to the East, and the SH-130 corridor has created a new economic driver in areas that historically have attracted limited investor interest. Now, with several major employers moving into the area, and new housing being continually added, communities from Lockhart to Taylor are capturing extraordinary investments from major domestic and international firms. With accelerating growth east of Austin, these areas are becoming more dynamic with each new project. Join ULI Austin for our October regional luncheon to learn more about what opportunities, challenges and visions are converging as the path of growth heads East. 

    PANELISTS:
    Judge Hoppy Haden, Caldwell County
    Mark Thomas, President/CEO of Taylor Economic Development Corporation 
    Greg Weaver, Executive Vice President, Catellus Development Corporation 
    MODERATOR:
    Sara Ibarra, Associate Principal & Regional Business Development Director Central Texas, Page

    Sponsorships Still Available

    Greater Austin Regional Luncheon Host - $1000
    (Several available per luncheon) 
    4 tickets to the luncheon
    Opportunity to stand and be recognized at event
    Company logo on marketing material, event website, and table tents at the event


    REGISTRATION FAQ'S
    • REGISTERING MULTIPLE PEOPLE - If you are registering multiple people, call ULI Customer Service at 800-321-5011
    • IN-PERSON REGISTRATION - Limited In-Person registration is available. Includes breakfast during the program.
    • Zoom details will be provided after registration.
    • OTHER QUESTIONS - If you have other questions about registering for this event, confirmation of registration, or canceling registration, contact ULI Customer Service at 800.321.5011 or [email protected]
    • Cancellations, refund requests, or changes from in-person to virtual must be requested 48 hours prior to the event. Cancellations or changes requested on the day of the event will not be refunded.
    • COVID PROTOCOL

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Greg Weaver

    Executive Vice President, Catellus Development Corp

    As an executive vice president of Catellus Development Corporation, Greg Weaver is responsible for the company’s new project pursuits as well as redevelopment efforts of public-private partnership developments throughout the United States. He currently oversees: • The Mueller airport redevelopment, a 700-acre mixed-use development located just three miles from downtown Austin, Texas; • Novus Innovation Corridor at ASU, the 330-acre redevelopment of the Arizona State University Athletic Facilities District adjacent to Tempe Town Lake; • Prairie Glen Corporate Center, a 92-acre corporate campus that is part of the 1,200-acre Glenview Naval Air Station redevelopment in Glenview, Illinois; • Willow Grove Naval Air-Station, an 862-acre redevelopment in Horsham, Pennsylvania; and Greg joined Catellus in 2000 as director of development. He was introduced to mixed-use redevelopment with the development of commercial deals for the Stapleton Business Center, part of the Stapleton airport redevelopment in Denver, Colorado. During Prologis’s ownership of Catellus from 2006 to 2011, Greg was a managing director and president of Catellus Development Group. Greg began his career in 1992 with CBRE before joining Cornish & Carey as a founding partner in its Oakland/East Bay office. He earned a degree in business from the University of San Diego. Beyond his responsibilities at Catellus and on behalf of the company’s public partners, Greg is actively involved with the Urban Land Institute (ULI), both at a local and national level. He is the past President and past Governance Chair of the Austin District Council and is a member of the Public/Private Partnership Council (Blue Flight). –––––––––––––– Greg is also civically engaged in his hometown of Austin, where he serves on the nonprofit boards of the Austin Parks Foundation, the Mueller Foundation, the Austin American Heart Association and St. Andrew’s Episcopal School. He and his wife Jessica are also active contributors to variety of civic organizations and programs, including ZACH Theatre, Leadership Austin, the Austin Community Foundation, the Thinkery children’s museum and A Legacy of Giving.

    Speaker

    Hoppy Haden

    Judge, Caldwell County

    Judge Hoppy Haden has called Caldwell County home for 27 years. Hoppy is a devoted husband, father, small businessman, rancher, and community leader. Hoppy, along with his wife, Linda, owns and operates Clear Creek, Inc. Construction and Environmental Services, where they specialize in new construction and renovation in both commercial and residential construction. Additionally, they have a farm and ranch division that focuses on field fence construction, pasture management, cattle, and hay hauling. In addition to their small business, Hoppy and his wife own and operate a 1200-acre working cattle ranch in Caldwell County. Hoppy is deeply involved in the community. He has formerly served as president of the Lockhart Little League, Chairman of the Lockhart Chamber of Commerce, and Chairman of the Chisholm Trail Rodeo, and a Co-Founder of the Caldwell County 500 Club. Hoppy has been county judge of Caldwell County since 2019, where he has focused on protecting taxpayers and ensuring that the county passes fiscally responsible budgets that prioritize the core services we depend on for our quality of life: law enforcement, first responders, roads and highways, and growing our economy. Hoppy and his wife, Linda, are the proud parents of five children and five grandchildren. They are members of the First Christian Church of Lockhart.

    Speaker

    Sara Ibarra

    Regional Business Development Director, Page

    As an architect with a focus in public relations and community building, Sara’s role at Page is to develop collaborative partnerships with public and private institutions, industry, and enterprise. Sara brings a passion for helping shape businesses and organizations to be stronger through visibility, brand, innovation, and partnerships.

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