ULI Dallas-Fort Worth YLG Virtual Mentor Morning

When

Thursday, May 28th, 2020
8:00am - 9:00am EDT

Where

Zoom

Pricing

Standard Pricing Until May 29 Members Non-Members
Private FREE N/A
Public/Academic/Nonprofit FREE N/A
Retired FREE N/A
Student FREE N/A
Under Age 35 FREE N/A
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Speakers

Speaker

Ty Lee

Principal, Triten Real Estate Partners

Ty Lee joined Triten Real Estate Partners in 2019 as Principal in our Dallas office. As previous Founder and Principal of Common Ground Development, Ty addressed current and future user market demands by providing a hospitality like approach to real estate services, ensuring the appropriate mix of experiential uses for each asset and building community. Prior to that Ty oversaw design, development and construction for Quadrant Investment Properties' entire portfolio and over $375mm of mixed-use developments across North Texas and San Antonio. Ty's experience includes institutional pedigree while at CBRE, working alongside some of the most prominent real estate executives in the country. From 2004 to 2014 he worked as a registered architect designing and managing commercial, institutional and corporate projects. His past experiences ensure a creative, strategic and thoughtful approach to real estate development. Ty's background includes receiving a bachelor of architecture from the University of Tennessee and having spent the first decade of his career practicing architecture of various scales, complexities and types. Projects ranged from large ground-up international healthcare projects to local commercial build-outs. The architectural background allows Ty to create well-designed real estate environments that are well received by the market place and accelerates lease absorption.

Speaker

Chris Janson

Urban Designer/Architect, Looney Ricks Kiss

Chris is an architect and planner who strives to successfully bridge the two disciplines. His expertise is in taking his architectural-scale experience and knowledge of building types and using it to shape his approach to planning projects. This skill has made him a leader in the exploration of innovative urban building types and sustainability communities from building to city-wide scales. His experience working with both private and public sector clients has enabled him to gain a strong understanding of the key issues for successful project implementation from the builder’s, developer’s, and local jurisdiction’s perspective. Prior to joining LRK, Chris worked in several of the early New Urbanist communities under Scott Merrill and developed an expertise in Missing Middle Housing and Form-Based Coding with Opticos Design. During his time with Opticos Design, he led many of the small firm’s architectural projects and nationally recognized award-winning projects including the Daybreak Mews Homes, the Seaside Town Square and Beachfront Master Plan, Richmond Livable Corridors Initiative, and the Akanda SmartCode.

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