ULI Nashville is very pleased to host three leading developers from Atlanta to share their ‘lessons learned’ on building a boom town. Do not miss this opportunity to hear their thoughts and experiences on ‘what went right’ (…and what didn’t!), what were major catalysts for big changes and what they ‘wish they’d known then’, et al.
DAVID ALLMAN, Owner & Chairman of Regent Partners, a leading Real Estate Investment and Development company based in Atlanta, BRIAN LEARY, CEO & President of Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., and BOB VOYLES, CEO of Seven Oaks Company, all active ULI members, will join us in Nashville as ULI Nashville begins a year of programming exploring ‘Building a Boom Town’.
These three ‘change agents’ will be ably led by Panel Moderator, JOHN TIRRILL. John is a managing partner in Atlanta-based SWH Residential Partners, which is in the ‘early stages of planning for a proposed redevelopment project in the Werthan complex in Nashville’s Germantown.’ Well-known to many in Nashville’s development community, John can smoothly bridge development and growth lessons and opportunities between Atlanta and Nashville.
David Allman’s “Regent Partners has developed or acquired more than $2 billion in real estate assets and believes, in today’s world, it’s not enough to just provide complete real estate solutions…it believes strong corporate citizens help our communities grow, invest as an organization and ultimately give back.” Additionally, David currently serves as Founding Chairman of the Buckhead Community Improvement District (BCID) and Chairman of the Livable Communities Coalition (LCC), which promotes “smart growth” principles and practices in Metro Atlanta.
Brian Leary is the leader of Atlanta BeltLine, ‘the most comprehensive revitalization effort undertaken in the city and among the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment and mobility projects currently underway in the U.S. Prior to BeltLine, Brian oversaw the design and development of Atlantic Station, the largest brownfield development in the nation: He developed the plan into a national model for Smart Growth and New Urbanism.’
Bob Voyles is the founder/CEO of Seven Oaks Company after working with Hines Interests, including its work on the development of Cool Springs in Franklin, TN. In this time, Bob and his team have been involved in the investment, brokerage, lending, construction and development of a variety of noteworthy projects around Atlanta. Additionally, Bob has been a civic leader during Atlanta’s boom years in Transportation, Community Development, and Livable Communities. “He is a developer who looks beyond his own projects and helps lead regional change to make Metro Atlanta a better place to live.”
There will be ample opportunity for discussion and questions from the audience with these to vital ‘change-makers’ from Atlanta. Be sure to be part of this and bring your development and land use partners and colleagues! Registration Fees* Member Non-Member
Private $25 $35
Public Sector/Nonprofit $20 $30
Young Leader (<35) $10 $20
Student (full-time) $0 $10
* Fees increase by $10 after the September 14th deadline.
Special Thanks to venue host: Bass, Berry & Sims, PLC
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