Filmed October 26 at the 2016 ULI Fall Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
Anchor institutions and innovation districts are key drivers of economic development, and are instrumental in attracting and retaining talent. Explore the implications that the creation of new institutions and innovation districts have on land use and real estate investment in urban areas. An international panel draws on examples from both large and medium-sized urban areas in the Americas, Europe, and Asia from the “Anchor Institutions and Innovation Districts: Implications for Real Estate” session at the 2016 ULI Fall Meeting.
- John M. Walsh III, TIG Real Estate Services, Inc.
- David Malmuth, I.D.E.A. Partners, LLC
- James A. Moore, Jacobs
- Wellington “Duke” Reiter, Arizona State University
- Lisette van Doorn, ULI Europe