When Real Estate Planning & Education Intersect
The St. Louis region is home to a multitude of public school districts and a plethora of independent, private, and charter schools.
Decisions regarding education – from facility planning and placement to a family’s residential decision – help shape surrounding land uses and influence economic development. Strong residential neighborhoods support commercial development and small businesses; they also provide an accessible workforce that encourages companies to locate and grow in our region.
On October 17, a panel of experts will share their respective educational organization’s perspectives on growth, planning, and future development.
Specifically, the panel will address:
- strategies for growth and site selection,
- experiences of adapting to changing neighborhood populations, and
- efforts to collaborate on plans and/or development decisions for the neighborhoods and communities in which their schools are – or will – locate.
Please join us for an interesting and provocative conversation about the intersection of real estate planning and education – and how both, working in concert, can help shape the future of the St. Louis region.
David Desai-Ramirez, Executive Director – Southern Region, IFF
Kelly Garrett, Executive Director, KIPP Saint Louis
Christie Huck, Executive Director, City Garden Montessori School
Rachel Seward, Deputy Superintendent for Institutional Advancement and Community Outreach, St. Louis Public Schools
Rick Sullivan, Special Administrative Board CEO and Director of Real Estate, St. Louis Public Schools
Tuesday, October 17
7:30–8:00 a.m. Registration & Light Breakfast
8:00–9:30 a.m. Program
Harris-Stowe State University
Emerson Performance Center, Bank of America Theater
3026 Laclede Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103
$30 – ULI Members
$45 – General Public
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