DEVELOPERS’ SECRETS TO SMALL PROJECTS
Thursday, June 8, 2017 12:30 pm — 4:30 pm Lewiston, Maine
$50 | Pre-registration required. Professional development credits are available.
To register, visit www.build-maine.com and click on “Get Tickets”
Hoping to tackle challenging small-scale re-development projects in your community? Join a panel discussion and walking tour, and hear from municipal, economic development, developer, and financial experts on how to best utilize tax credits, creatively finance your projects, attract interest, and get unused or underutilized commercial and residential buildings back in action.
Workshop will be held at the Lewiston Public Library.
A panel discussion and walking tour designed for anyone hoping to tackle challenging small-scale re-development projects in their community. Hear from municipal, economic development, developer, and financial experts how to best utilize tax credits, creatively finance your projects, attract interest, and get unused or underutilized commercial and residential buildings back in action. Featuring Maine leaders and Eric Kronberg of Kronberg Wall, a full-service design, architecture, and construction administration firm specializing in in-town commercial redevelopment projects.
Program and Schedule
12:30p Registration & Networking
1p Developers’ Secrets to Small Projects Panel presentation & discussion:
Eric Kronberg, Principle, Kronberg Wall: Architecture, Design, Development
John Egan, Senior Vice President, Senior Loan & Investment Office, CEI
Misty Parker, Economic Development Specialist, City of Lewiston
More presenters TBA
3p Walking tours of downtown developments in Lewiston:
199 Lisbon Street, Scuton Block. Tour by owner Jules Patry. Early stages of redevelopment
46 Lisbon Street, Tour by owner Kevin Morin. Completed retail & residential redevelopment
4:30p Optional additional tour & networking
6-9p Build Maine Block Party Stick around after the workshop on Thursday evening from 6-9pm for the Build Maine Block Party which includes pop-up installations, a beer garden, and more just around the corner in Dufresne Plaza and the surrounding alleyways. Free admission, family friendly.
Brought to you by Grow Smart Maine, Maine Downtown Center, & Build Maine
This 1/2 day workshop is appropriate for large and small scale developers, architects, code officials, and others.