COMMUNITY-DEVELOPER DIALOG: Getting to What Works for the Owner and the Community
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 6:45 PM (CDT)
The University District Alliance invites you to
Getting to What Works for the Owner
and the Community
Developers who want to engage with neighborhoods about their project proposals need to get clear and timely signals about what the community wants. Community members who want quality projects in their neighborhood need to have the language and a means for dialog with developers. They need to be able to engage on questions that have the greatest impact on the neighborhood environment.
At this event, we'll look at a community-developer dialog that helped to shape a better project in the University District, and what the developer and the neighborhood committee members thought about that interaction. What worked? What didn't? What tools or principles helped? What did they learn that will help to get better results with the next project?
Join University District neighbors, developers, and other resource people to share what we have to learn from each other.
Who is this event for?
- Community members who care about the future of their neighborhood
- Members of neighborhood planning, zoning, or land use committees
- Developers and project design team members, both private sector and public sector
- Planners who work with development proposals in the University District
- Stakeholders in the University District
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
5:00 to 6:45 p.m.--program begins at 5:15 p.m.
919 - 12th Avenue SE
Brook Commons Community Room
Please note that this is in the townhomes at the former Bunge grain elevator site, just west of Van Cleve Park.
Refreshments will be served.
REGISTRATION is requested--click on the green "Register" button above!
We look forward to seeing you on September 12.
Thank you to Project for Pride in Living and the residents of Brook Commons for the use of their community room.
When & Where
University District Alliance
The University District Alliance works to make the campus-area communities vibrant, safe, and sustainable; to maximize the assets of this exceptional urban community and riverfront region with a major research university as its hub; and to preserve the University District as a desirable place for people of all ages to live, work, learn, do business, and visit.
Augsburg College, City of Minneapolis, Dinkytown Business Association, Graduate and Professional Student Assembly, Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association, Minnesota Student Association, Prospect Park East River Road Improvement Association, Stadium Village Commercial Association, University of Minnesota, West Bank Business Association, West Bank Community Coalition
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