ULI Dallas-Fort Worth's Fort Worth Stop 6 TAP Public Presentation

When

2021-02-12
2021-02-12T14:30:00 - 2021-02-12T16:00:00
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    Our ULIDFW Technical Assistance Panel will report its recommendations for deploying the City of Fort Worth's Choice Neighborhood Grant from HUD to offer critical community improvements in the historic Stop Six Neighborhood located in Southeast Fort Worth.

    Pricing

    Standard Pricing Until February 12 Members Non-Members
    Private FREE FREE
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit FREE FREE
    Retired FREE N/A
    Student FREE FREE
    Under Age 35 FREE FREE
    This event is FREE, but you must register to receive the link to the webinar.
    Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) are 1-to-3-day work sessions in which dedicated and seasoned professional ULI Members volunteer their expertise and time to offer objective and responsible guidance on a variety of land use and real estate issues presented by a local municipality. 
     
    This TAP is focused on the historic Stop 6 Neighborhood, named for being the sixth stop on the interurban electric streetcar system which ran between Fort Worth and Dallas. In recent years the area has depopulated and experienced a lack of employment opportunities and services such as grocery stores.  
     
    Utilizing a webinar format, our virtual public presentation at the conclusion of the TAP on Friday, February 12th, will allow the wider public a chance to see and hear the panelist’s findings and suggested guidance regarding potential uses of a Choice Neighborhood Grant from HUD to the City of Fort Worth to implement critical community improvements.The goal of this undertaking is to encourage new mixed use development and other private sector investment in the community.

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Yolanda Jackson

    Consultant,

    An urban problem solver. With almost 20 years of working experience in community, economic development and real estate consulting. I am passionate about healthy and equitable communities. My career portfolio covers a spectrum of urban planning and design related projects. Most of the projects that I have worked on did not have easy answers. I am encouraged and motivated by solving the complex and interconnected issues of our cities.

    Speaker

    Andrew Blake

    Managing Partner, Presidio Interests, LLC

    Andrew is co-founder and managing partner of Presidio Interests, a Fort Worth-based commercial real estate investment and development firm with an unconventional, forward-thinking approach. Presidio specializes in strategic, transformative urban redevelopment projects, often converting obsolete and underperforming buildings into meaningful, attractive properties, thereby greatly enhancing value for building occupants, the surrounding community, and for the project’s financial stakeholders.



    Presidio has completed a number of successful urban infill development and redevelopment projects involving a variety of uses (creative office, class A office, retail, restaurant, residential, industrial/flex). Superior design and positive impact on the surrounding environment are essential elements of each Presidio project.



    Andrew oversees all aspects of the company’s investment and development activities including new acquisitions, development/ redevelopment management, and asset management of existing portfolio properties. He has served in transaction and portfolio management roles for several commercial real estate firms in Texas and California including Trammell Crow Company and CarrAmerica Realty Corp. Since forming Presidio Interests with Jim Harris in 2007, Andrew has managed the acquisition, development or redevelopment of over 230,000 square feet of urban infill commercial projects with estimated value in excess of $55 million.

    Speaker

    John Brooks

    John Brooks believes a truly successful design is accomplished when the community’s vision is understood and realized through the a collaborative design process. With 38 years of experience, he has contributed to many of Texas’ most notable and influential projects, such as Legacy Stadium in Katy, Texas and Apogee Stadium in Denton, the first LEED Platinum College Football Stadium.



    John is known for his thoughtful, context-driven responses that are informed by history, community, culture and place. He has an insatiable curiosity for architecture, cities and urban environments: why they are where they are and how geography drove people to build at that location. As an architect, John actively researches and learns about places, cultures, communities and environments to offer comprehensive, inventive solutions for clients. He is captivated by projects that have the potential to reach beyond their boundaries and transform entire communities, cities or regions.



    John’s design process is both creative and constantly evolving. Whether he is studying the history of a community, incorporating unusual building materials or systems, or learning new software for design, John champions the process, tools, problems and tasks necessary to successfully address and implement projects on a transformative level.



    John’s expertise in feasibility studies, master planning and program development are the result of many years of solving design challenges on a variety of projects and building types: sports facilities, commercial, corporate, retail, K-12, higher education, hospitality, residential and renovations. John stays with the project from inception through the completion of construction documents to ensure a continuity between all for the various design disciplines that contribute to a project’s success.




    John started in the industry in 1981, after he received his Bachelor of Environmental Design from Texas A&M University. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Texas Society of Architects and the Urban Land Institute.

    Speaker

    Isaac Manning

    President, Trinity Works

    Isaac Manning is the President of Trinity Works, a real estate development company that focuses on three aspects of the development business: innovation, investment and implementation. Isaac has over 25 years experience in real estate development as an architect and developer. Mr. Manning has experience in both domestic and international markets, and has been focused on public-private partnerships, many of which have become economic development success stories. Founded in 2002, Trinity Works has provided development and capital markets expertise on both public and private sector projects in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Currently, Trinity Works is working with Cassco Development on the development of the remaining 850 acres of the Edwards Ranch, which was homesteaded in 1848 – prior to the founding of Fort Worth, Texas. The Edwards Ranch is home to the new headquarters for Acme Brick Co., a Berkshire Hathaway Company, and has delivered the first 64 home sites of its exclusive Riverhills neighborhood. Mr. Manning continues to be actively engaged on a portfolio of large scale land development and ranch management projects. Prior to founding Trinity Works in 2002, Mr. Manning spent 13 years with Hillwood. Mr. Manning joined the core team of Hillwood in 1989 in the early days of Alliance. During his tenure on the Alliance project, he was responsible for planning, design, and product development. From 1996-1998, he and his family lived in Abu Dhabi, UAE where he managed a Hillwood-Lockheed Martin joint venture and laid the ground work for Hillwood’s ongoing regional interests. He returned to the United States in 1998 to begin work on the 65-acre Victory project in downtown Dallas. Anchored by the $420 million dollar American Airlines Center, Victory represents over $1.5 billion dollars of public and private sector investment to date. For his last three years at Hillwood, Mr. Manning served as the President of Hillwood Strategic Services (HSS). The HSS team executed consulting work internationally in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Latin America, and domestically across the United States. Mr. Manning continues his work with Hillwood today in an emeritus advisory role. Mr. Manning is honored to have played a key role in the development of the United States Air Force Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. Designed by the late James Ingo Freed, the Memorial was dedicated to the men and women of the United States Air Force – past, present and future – in October 2006 after 13 years of diligent effort. Prior to joining Hillwood, Mr. Manning was an architect in Washington, D.C., where he worked for Swanke Hayden Connell Architects and Torti-Gallas/CHK Architects. Mr. Manning holds an undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University and graduate degrees from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mr. Manning is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Urban Land Institute where he has served as Vice Chair of the North Texas District Council and the Chairman of the ULI Awards for Excellence Jury. Mr. Manning is a native North Carolinian.

    Speaker

    Terrence Maiden

    CEO, Russell Glen Company

    Terrence Maiden currently serves as CEO and Managing Partner for Russell Glen, a real estate development and investment company based in Dallas. He draws on more than two decades of real estate experience to lead and inspire the company’s growth. Terrence is widely recognized for his leadership and vision in the commercial real estate development industry. His approach to real estate development is unique and inspiring, with a community-first based strategy. He has managed over $500M in real estate development projects and is currently at the forefront of a highly profile $200M mall redevelopment in Dallas, the former Southwest Center Mall (formerly Red Bird Mall). Before establishing Russell Glen, Terrence gained valuable experience as Executive Vice President at Corinth Properties. While at Corinth Properties, his most signature development projects were Glen Oaks Crossings, Canyon in Oak Cliff, Alexan West Dallas, and the redevelopment of Sears at Richardson Square. Terrence Maiden received a Bachelor of Science and Engineering degree from Texas Christian University, where he and his identical twin brother were standout football players for the Horned Frogs. He is actively involved in several professional and civic organizations in Dallas and Fort Worth, including Methodist Health Systems (Advisory Board), Mayor Star Council, University of North Texas at Dallas Foundation (Board), Real Estate Council Foundation, Texas Christian University Alumni Board, International Council of Shopping Centers Foundation (ICSC), and Dallas Black Dance Theater (Board Member). In 2005 Terrence co-founded Two Wins Foundation with twin brother Tim. Two-Wins Foundations is a non-profit organization that invests thousands of dollars within inner communities through educational and community revitalization projects. In 2020 and 2019 Terrence was named one of the top 500 influential business leader in Dallas by D CEO and in 2019 he was named Power Broker of the Year for Community Impact. For nine consecutive years he was named to D CEO Power Broker list in North Texas. In 2014 Terrence was the recipient of the Thomas L. Houston Award for his community service and 40 under Forty by Dallas Business Journal. In 2015, he along with his identical twin brother were inducted in Texas Christian University‘s Hall of Fame. Both Terrence and Tim were recognized by WFAA (ABC News) and Cadillac for Shaping DFW.