The Urban Land Institute’s upcoming Tampa Bay Trends Conference

The ULI Tampa Bay 2009 Trends Conference will take place on Friday, December 4, from 8:30 am-3:30 pm.  The conference will take place in downtown St. Pete at the Renaissance Vinoy Resort: 501 5th Avenue NE.

Learn what’s projected in Tampa Bay for commercial and residential recovery as well as mega trends from folks like Robert Trigaux, Business Columnist for the St. Pete Times, Dr. David Denslow of  the University of Florida, Doug Dieck from Ryan Companies US, John Rymer of Rymer Strategies, and Marvin Shapiro of Avanti Properties Group.

Find out what’s working with the Emerging Trends ULI Report from ULI Fellow Pat Leardo of Domain Capital Advisors and the day’s keynote speaker Mark Vitner, Managing Partner and Senior Economist at Wells Fargo.

For the complete schedule and registration go to, contact (813) 262-2742 or [email protected] .

In case the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and its role in the future of Tampa Bay are new to you, find out if these real estate professionals reflect your views. They are among the players plotting the future for Tampa Bay’s seven county’s growth and build out for the next fifty years. They are open to your input this week in St. Petersburg.

ULI provides leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide to bring leaders together, foster collaboration, explore land use and development issues, advance policies and practices, share knowledge, and create a global network with local impact. District Councils at the local community level provide structure and are the principal local forum of real estate professionals.


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