ULI Housing Awards Round Robin

When

2022-01-21
2022-01-21T14:00:00 - 2022-01-21T15:15:00
America/New_York

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    Where

    Global ULI Online

    Pricing

    Pricing Members Non-Members
    Private FREE $20.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit FREE $20.00
    Retired FREE N/A
    Student FREE $15.00
    Under Age 35 FREE $20.00
    All pricing is in USD
    Each year, ULI's Terwilliger Center for Housing recognizes exemplary developments that expand housing attainability in communities around the United States. This webinar will feature a round robin of the seven developments that won this award in 2021. This webinar will be a great opportunity for attendees to hear about developments that were built to meet their community's particular housing needs. Puerto Rico's first mixed-income and resilient development, "missing middle" housing in Boise, housing and services for youths experiencing homelessness in Tacoma, sustainable affordable housing that replaced a parking lot in Santa Ana, and adaptive re-use on a UNESCO World Heritage site in San Antonio and are just some examples the audience will learn about.

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Kyle Paine

    Director, Community Development Partners

    Kyle Paine is Co-founder and President of Community Development Partners, a mission-driven affordable housing development company based in Newport Beach, CA. Kyle founded CDP in 2011 with his brother, Eric Paine, from the core belief that stable housing is necessary for a high quality of life. Ten years later, CDP has completed 22 projects, with an additional 22 projects in various stages of construction or predevelopment, providing new and innovative affordable homes for over 2,000 households in four states. In his role as President, Kyle oversees all acquisition and development activities for the company’s California, Arizona, and Nevada projects. He manages the sourcing and underwriting for all acquisition/rehabilitation and new construction projects, including managing each project through the cycle of due diligence, financing application submittal, and the closing of construction and permanent loans. He also oversees the asset management of stabilized assets.

    Speaker

    Antonio Garate

    Vice President and Director of Development, McCormack Baron Salazar

    As a Vice President & Director of Development for Puerto Rico, Mr. Garate is responsible for managing the finance, design, construction and legal teams as well as collaborating with external partners and community stakeholders for all of our development work in Puerto Rico. He works to leverage public, private and philanthropic resources to develop comprehensive, large-scale, mixed-income and mixed-finance communities in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, creating a new paradigm for renters on the island. Mr. Garate has over 20 years of experience in commercial, residential, institutional and industrial design, development and construction management. He has strong practical experience in the development of large mixed-finance and mixed-income communities, in large institutional and governmental green building projects and with energy retrofits. Mr. Garate currently serves as the Senior Project Executive over four new mixed-finance developments in the cities of San Juan and Caguas that total in excess of $190 million in development costs and include over 750 mixed-income multifamily units and 25,000 square feet of commercial space.

    Speaker

    Rosemarie Hepner

    Director, Terwilliger Center for Housing, Urban Land Institute

    Rosemarie Hepner serves as Senior Director of the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing. For the Center, Ms. Hepner manages the housing awards program, supports the Housing Opportunity Conference, assists with research and publications, and collaborates with ULI’s other departments and District Councils on projects. Before joining ULI in 2017, she worked for two international development nonprofits, most recently as the International Capital Markets Specialist at Habitat for Humanity International. In that role, Ms. Hepner supported the operations for the MicroBuild Fund (Habitat’s housing microfinance fund), and managed the State of Housing Microfinance survey reports. Ms. Hepner holds a Master’s in City and Regional Planning from The Catholic University of America’s School of Architecture and Planning, where her research focused on low-income housing practices and design. Her thesis examined housing reconstruction in informal settlements post-disaster. Ms. Hepner also holds a B.A. from The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs.

    Speaker

    Alexandra Monjar

    Project Manager/Property Development, Capital City Development Corp.

    As Capital City Development Corporation’s project manager in property development, Alexandra collaborates with private entities to ensure Boise, Idaho’s built environment is attractive, accessible, and sustainable through a variety of Public Private Partnerships. Before joining CCDC, Alexandra worked to advance planning and development best practices in Idaho through her work at ULI Idaho and Idaho Smart Growth.

    Speaker

    Victor Miramontes

    Managing Partner, Mission DG, LTD

    Over the past twenty years Victor Miramontes, a founding partner of CityView, Cisneros Miramontes (including affiliated CM DG) and SAT Automotive Technologies, has been responsible for each company’s initial conceptualization, formation, funding, and start of operations. Mr. Miramontes is a member of each entity’s governance board of directors, serves on the real estate companies’ various investment committees and is the chairman of the automotive company, the ownership entity of a Toyota Tier 1 supplier, Avanzar. CityView is an institutional multifamily asset management and development company that has produced over $4 Billion of urban housing units, principally in California. Cisneros Miramontes is a San Antonio based company principally investing and developing local affordable multifamily housing projects. Mr. Miramontes is the managing partner of CM DG, which in turn is the managing partner of the various real estate investment and operations entities, including Mission DG.

    Speaker

    Joshua Jorgensen

    Project Manager, Tacoma Housing Authority

    Josh Jorgensen has had the privilege of working in the real estate industry for the past 10 years, seven of which have been with the Tacoma Housing Authority in the policy, property management. He now serves THA in its real estate development department. His experiences range from branding, marketing, lease up, LIHTC construction/development, renovations, and single-family home sales. Josh applies the lessons he learned teaching internationally and locally to promote a well-rounded approach to creating innovative solutions to new urban development challenges. This approach often involves partnering with the community and local businesses and organizations.