Lunch & Learn Summer Series offers helpful training for developers
All Lunch and Learn sessions are held in the first floor conference room of the 809 Building
Emerging developers in Milwaukee can learn more about real estate development processes and procedures during the city’s FREE Lunch and Learn Summer Series, an initiative spawned by Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs, Alderman Khalif J. Rainey and Alderman José G. Pérez.
All Lunch and Learn sessions are held in the first floor conference room of the 809 Building – 809 N. Broadway from noon to 1 p.m., and attendees should bring their own lunch. Please see the full schedule below and on the attached flyer.
Alderwoman Coggs, Alderman Rainey and Alderman Pérez – ACRE (Association of Commercial Real Estate) alumni – developed the concept for the series to allow those interested in development to explore current development opportunities and challenges. The sessions are free and open to the public and offer valuable insights into a variety of subjects that are critical to any developer working in the City of Milwaukee.
The first 2018 session of the series will be held on Monday, May 21 and will focus on funding resources. Topics to be covered include brownfield funds, commercial corridor grants, the Milwaukee Economic Development Corp. and the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corp.
Seating is limited and prospective attendees are encouraged to go to milwaukee.gov/LunchAndLearn to sign up.
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