ULI Dallas-Fort Worth February Breakfast Forum: Creative Placemaking


2024-02-08T07:30:00 - 2024-02-08T09:30:00

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    Park City Club 5956 Sherry Ln Ste 1700 Dallas, TX 75225-8028 UNITED STATES
    ULIDFW's Breakfast Forums are a staple event for our region's Commercial Real Estate community. These content rich morning discussions bring in top CRE professionals from around DFW to speak on the hottest topics within our industry. Start your morning with a networking coffee, grow your industry knowledge during breakfast, and then be on your way before your first meetings of the day!


    Early Pricing Until January 26 Members Non-Members
    Private $35.00 $50.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $30.00 $40.00
    Retired $30.00 N/A
    Student $25.00 $35.00
    Under Age 35 $25.00 $35.00
    Standard Pricing Until February 5
    Private $40.00 $55.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $35.00 $50.00
    Retired $35.00 N/A
    Student $30.00 $40.00
    Under Age 35 $30.00 $40.00
    Late Pricing Begins February 6
    Private $50.00 $70.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $45.00 $65.00
    Retired $45.00 N/A
    Student $40.00 $55.00
    Under Age 35 $40.00 $55.00

    Cities and developers frequently speak of the concepts of place, sense of place, and placemaking as desirable characteristics and processes. Though commonly used, the terms lack clear definitions and are largely subjective in their application.  Our February Breakfast Forum panel of local and national experts will explore the terms and the practice and effect of placemaking, especially as applied to mixed-use urban centers, transit-oriented development, and downtown reinvestment. 



    Coralie Olson


    Coralie is a strategic leader with 20 years of experience in the Art and Culture, Real Estate, Health & Wellness, Fashion, Luxury, Financial Services, and Technology industries. She has worked with global and national brands including Northcrest Developments, Cadillac Fairview, Oxford Properties, Auberge Resorts, Canderel, Allied Properties REIT, Downtown Vancouver BIA and the Toronto Entertainment District BIA. Today, Coralie leads the client strategy and the overall management of large-scale local and global projects as a partner at MASSIVart, a creative and placemaking consulting firm for the real estate industry and public institutions. Her role is to ensure the success of the company’s mandate, providing strategic marketing expertise, client guidance, and team management to ensure a seamless client experience from conception to completion. Coralie is also instrumental in increasing company and brand awareness on a global scale, continuing to elevate MASSIVart as a leader in the industry. In addition to her work at MASSIVart, Coralie serves as a Board Member for Long Winter, a community arts series that takes place throughout the winter months. Featuring over 200 local artists/collectives and welcoming 5,000+ participants per season, Long Winter animates and transforms spaces into immersive, collaborative environments.


    Erin Peavey


    Erin is on a mission to cultivate health, well-being, and belonging through evidence-based, human-centered design. As Vice President, Health & Well-being Design Leader at HKS, she helps integrate research and practice to advance design for health and resilience across the globe. Erin has seen the power of architecture and design to help (or harm) our mental and social health, and has dedicated her career to create places that foster connection, advance health, and combat loneliness. Erin has a talent for making new insights accessible to a wide audience, with work featured in Psychology Today, TEDx, Metropolis, Curbed, Dallas Morning News, Healthline, SXSW, and her own podcast, Shared Space.


    Frank Turner

    Urban Opportunity

    FRANK F. TURNER, FAICP 2428 Beaver Bend Drive Plano, Texas 75025 CAREER HISTORY March 2016 - Present: Principal, Urban Opportunity, LLC May 1998 - March 2016: Deputy City Manager, City of Plano October 1992 - May 1998: Director of Development Services, City of Plano May 1984 - October 1992: Director of Planning & Transportation, City of Plano December 1980 - May 1984: Director of Planning, Knoxville-Knox County Metropolitan Planning Commission June 1975 - December 1980: Planner, Knoxville-Knox County Metropolitan Planning Commission CURRENT RESPONSIBILITY Assist public and private sector clients with land use planning, urban infill and mixed-use project planning and entitlement, and stakeholder engagement. EDUCATION University of Memphis - M.A. Sociology, 1975 Lambuth University - B.S. Sociology, 1973 ASSOCIATIONS American Planning Association, Board Member At Large, Texas Chapter 1993-1995; President, Texas Chapter 1989-1991; Director, North Central Texas Section 1985-1986 American Institute of Certified Planners, Charter Member, Member of 2000 Class of Fellows (FAICP) City Planners Association of Texas, Departmental Director 1993-1997, Second Vice President 1985-1987 Urban Land Institute, Full Member, ASSOCIATIONS (continued) Municipal Legal Studies Center Advisory Board, Southwestern Legal Foundation, Vice Chair 1995-2002; Treasurer 1993-1994 Texas Municipal League, Board Member 1993-1997 Greater Dallas Planning Council, President, 2006, Vice President for Issues Development 1999-2000; Board Member 1997-2002 AWARDS 2000 Appointed to College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners. 1997 Recognition by Texas C