TOD: Transit Oriented Development - Location, Location, Location - and Accessibility: Featuring Peter Skosey - Metropolitan Planning Council

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TOD: Transit Oriented Development - Location, Location, Location - and Accessibility: Featuring Peter Skosey

June 27, 2012, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

This is a past event

East Bank Club 500 N. Kingsbury Chicago, IL

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Today, everyone is focused on the life balance of work and home, and the real estate community is no exception.  Hear from a panel of  diverse specialists  in development around Chicagoland’s transportation services. These experts will discuss how developments are addressing that essential balance, what is coming to meet the needs of location efficiency and economic vitality, insightful success stories, and coming opportunities in the Chicagoland area.

Panelists

Stina Fish, Chicago Transit Authority

Peter Skosey, Metropolitan Planning Council

Holsten Real Estate Development Corporation  

Moderator

John Houseal, Houseal Lavigne Associates

Register at:  

http://www.crewchicago.org/index.php?option=com_dtregister&Itemid=0&eventId=5&controller=event&task=individualRegister

  • Members: $50 (Please log in for this option)
  • Non Members: $75
  • Register Early. On-Line Registration ends Midnight two days before the event
  • $10.00 Additional Charge for Phone In/Mail In Registrations the day before the event
  • $25.00 Additional Charge for Same Day Registration (including Walk-Ins):

Cancellations must be received 3 business days prior to the event to receive a refund.

Questions? Contact the CREW office at info@crewchicago.org.

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/events/event/175

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Chicago, Ill. 60603
312 922 5616 info@metroplanning.org

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