UrbanTHINK! – Thursday, October 20, 2016

Transit Oriented Development – UTA’s Approach

WHEN:  12:00 – 1:00 pm

WHERE:  SLC Impact Hub (150 South State Street, SLC)

COST:  $15, includes a box lunch.

REGISTER:  Click Here to register and pay for your box lunch.

Paul Drake, Department Manager – Transit Oriented Development, Utah Transit Authority
Paul has spent the last 12 years in the real estate development industry, beginning as a designer for international resorts, high-end residential neighborhoods, and mixed-use communities.  For eight years, he’s worked to support and implement Transit-Oriented Development (“TOD”) along the Wasatch Front.  He’s been involved in the evolution of the Utah Transit Authority’s TOD program, working closely with regional and local planners, city officials, transit professionals, and the development community to improve the way Utahns live, work, shop, and get around.

David Nicholas, Principal/Urban Designer/Landscape Architect, IBI Group
David is a registered landscape architect and brings 25 years of diverse planning, design and implementation experience to the region with emphasis in resorts, urban design, parks, plazas, streetscape enhancements and transit-oriented development. Throughout the work that he manages, you will find the public realm and pedestrian sense of place is a strategic and organizing element to the success of the overall project vision. With a bachelor’s degree in design from Arizona State University, he has managed or led award winning built works that have become focal points of their communities.

Bruce Bingham is a founding partner of Hamilton Partners with the responsibility for overseeing office, industrial and retail development, marketing, leasing, acquisition and management activities in Salt Lake City and Utah.  During the past 30-years, he has been responsible for the development of approximately 5 million square feet of office and industrial properties with a value of approximately $225 million dollars.   Mr. Bingham has had extensive experience in land planning, zoning, entitlement and the development of vacant land and the subsequent use of the property for commercial development.


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