ULI Northwest Arkansas: Place Summit 2022


2022-11-15 - 2022-11-16

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    Record Downtown 104 SW A ST Bentonville, AR 72712-5867 UNITED STATES


    Standard Pricing Until October 28 Members Non-Members
    All Types $395.00 $495.00
    All Types $495.00 $595.00
    For more information, visit the event website at www.placesummit.org.


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    2022-11-15T07:30:00 - 2022-11-15T17:00:00
    Registration and Check-In
    2022-11-15T07:30:00 - 2022-11-15T08:30:00
    Meet and Greet Breakfast
    2022-11-16T18:00:00 - 2022-11-16T20:00:00
    InSight Dinner: Recaps and Next Steps
    2022-11-16T07:30:00 - 2022-11-16T08:30:00
    Meet and Greet Breakfast
    The Place Summit is a gathering of real estate and land use professionals, enthusiasts, and advocates aimed at exploring place-based strategies that encourage a unique sense of place vital to staying competitive in the 21st Century. This event aims to become a convergence of inspiration, an incubator of new ideas, and a network for those passionate placemaking individuals striving to create quality places that people want to live, work, play and learn in.
    Hosted in downtown Bentonville, AR this November 15-16, the summit will feature a mix of dynamic speakers, interactive panel discussions, immersive tours, small discussion groups, informative workshops and one-on-one opportunities with national and regional leaders. Throughout the event, we will highlight the local built environment through a mix of session styles and locations.
    For more information on ULI NWA membership, visit here



    Matthew Petty

    Alderman, Pattern Zones Co

    Matthew Petty is a selective practitioner driven to make an impact. He specializes in contemporary municipal best practices, and his passion is helping cities manage for higher revenues and happier communities. Matthew is the creator of a novel technique cities can use to guide development called pattern zones that pre-approves high-quality infill buildings for local use. The program lowers barriers to small parcel development to make sprawl repair, appropriate infill, and main street commerce accessible to residents and builders. Matthew has facilitated or consulted for municipalities or civic organizations in more than a dozen communities, including Overland Park, Memphis, South Bend, Orlando, Salt Lake City, Houston, and others. He was elected four times and served for almost 13 years as a Councilmember in Fayetteville, Arkansas where he sponsored new data-based processes within a placemaking framework in transportation and tourism budgets. Matthew’s planning and design proposals have won grants from National Endowment for the Arts, the Knight Foundation, the Walton Family Foundation, and others. Congress for the New Urbanism awarded his work national honors.

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