Before the pandemic, Colorado faced the challenge of aging infrastructure with added pressures from population growth, climate-related events, and budgetary restraints. And now we are in uncertain times. Public-private partnerships offer a financing options for projects involving transportation, public buildings, parking, and more. There are many different approaches for assessing feasibility and value, managing risk and accountability between partners, negotiating contracts, and developing revenue streams. Although every project is unique, much can be learned from those who have participated in structuring partnerships and guiding them to success. Join Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) as we engage experts to share first-hand knowledge of their experience utilizing partnerships and financing for successful public space project and provide insight on how Downtown Development Authorities (DDAs) and Urban Renewal Authorities (URAs) can lead these partnerships during uncertain economic conditions.
Lead Speaker: Carolynne White, Brownstein Hyatt Farber & Schreck