4th Annual NYS Redevelopment Summit: Pathways to Revitalization

Learn what’s new, what’s next, and what’s possible in land reuse and community revitalization at The Center for Creative Land Recycling’s 4th Annual NYS Redevelopment Summit: Pathways to Revitalization. This workshop uniquely convenes experienced economic development and land reuse professionals working to beneficially repurpose underutilized properties for economic revitalization and healthier communities. Register now and find out more how AICP members can earn Certification Maintenance (CM) credits at this event.

When: June 11, 2019, 1pm – 6:15 PM followed by a Networking Reception and June 12, 2019, 8:00 AM – 3:45 PM

Where: The Armory at Sage College, 130 New Scotland Ave, Albany, NY

Engage with experts, sharpen your skills, share your knowledge and connect with peers for a day and a half of discussion focused on improving communities through the beneficial reuse of underutilized properties. Topics will include:

● Opportunity Zones: How they work and their potential to spark growth
● Positioning properties to maximize market appeal
● Accessing state/federal resources and leveraging private investment
● Spotlight on what’s working in communities around New York State
● News on emerging contaminants and other policies
● One-on-one meetings with subject-matter public- and private-sector experts
● Best practices to apply back home

Distinguished speakers include:
● John McDonald | NYS Assemblymember
● Dale Bryk | Deputy Secretary for Energy and the Environment
● Bob Richardson | Blue Cardinal Capital
● Rahwa Ghirmatzion | PUSH Buffalo
● Martin Brand | NYS DEC
● Justin Rudgick | City of Oswego
● Erin Crotty | CHA Companies
● Luiz Aragon | City of New Rochelle
● Ryan Silva | NYS Economic Development Council
● Paul Beyer | NYS Department of State


Wherever you are in your redevelopment process, you’ll leave with actionable information, connections to move your projects to the next phase, and access to CCLR’s professional network.


Check out the event’s flyer here!