Public-private partnerships (P3s) have become necessary in contemporary development as communities seek urban revitalization with increased community benefits such as affordable housing, transit-oriented development, infrastructure and placemaking. As important as these partnerships are, frequently opportunities are missed and deals poorly made if a public agency lacks in understanding of the private real estate development process and its economics, resulting in unrealistic or constraint-driven deal making. This training is for public and private sector stakeholders interested in learning more about public/private partnerships and how to put them into action in their communities. The workshop will draw from the principles laid out in ULI s recent publication Successful Public/Private Partnerships from Principles to Practice as well as local and national case studies demonstrating how P3s have been successful. An interactive exercise will enable attendees to see how to put P3 tools into practice and how to evaluate future P3 projects. The workshop is hosted by the Urban Land Institute. Space will be limited, so reserve your spot now.
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