Tuesday, June 5
1 - 4 pm
Urban Land Institute
2001 L Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036-4948
Sustainability is no longer an option for property management and development because:
Property Management Association and ULI Washington will present a distinguished panel of sustainability experts who will relate both sustainability requirements that need to be me to be a competitive developer and manager of income producing properties and identify current best industry practices.
Bob Simpson, VP Affordable and Green Financing, Fannie Mae, will relate components that sustainability programs must address to meet lending requirements and the impact of sustainability programs have on access to capital and cost of capital.
Billy Grayson, Executive Director, ULI Center for Multifamily Sustainability and Economic Performance, will discuss how sustainability programs help management companies meet government and regulatory requirements that include energy benchmarking, water conservation, recycling and other environmental mandates. He also will relate the return on investment that sustainability programs deliver in making properties more efficient, reducing operating costs, and increasing NOI.
Peter Zadoretzky, Director of Sustainability, Bozzuto, will explain market demand for sustainable developers and managers and how to market sustainability programs to secure third-party management contracts, development opportunities and attract residents and tenants.
The cost to attend the seminar is $95 for PMA and ULI members and $195 for nonmembers. PMA members use Promo Code PMA.
CANCELLATION POLICY: A full refund or waiver of registration fees will be granted if written notice of cancellation is received no later than May 31, 2018. Commencing June 1, 2018, no registration fees shall be waived nor shall refunds be made. If you reserve and do not attend, you are liable for the registration fees. You may substitute attendees if necessary. Fax cancellations to 800-248-4585 or 410-626-7148.