Young Leaders Pop-Up Project Tours
Are you a Young Leader that would like to showcase your local project – either completed or under construction? Submit your project with this easy form.
POP-UP PROJECT TOURS
Offered only to Young Leader / Student Members!
Pop-Up Project Tours will be limited to the first 25 YL / Student members who RSVP to attend! No formal pre-registration / No cost / No long marketing period.
Pop-Up Tours will feature local projects that our local YL are team members on.
Tours will be followed by an informal happy hour with fellow ULI Nashville YL / Student members at a nearby place.
Together, we’ll build the network of your generation’s industry partners and leaders.
PAST POP-UP PROJECT TOURS
Past project tours have visited the TN State Library and Archives, 1030 Music Row, Neuhoff, Peabody Plaza, Northside McEwan, and many more local projects!
WINTER 2021 ‘POP-IN’ PROJECT TOURS
In January and February of 2021 the Pop-Up Project Tour Committee hosted a series of virtual tours while in-person tours were suspended. Read below for details.
From Concept to Coordination and Completion
Host: Erin Leaf, Remick Architecture
Speakers: Walker Mathews Jr., RC Mathews & Webb Worthington, Meta Real Estate Partners
Featured Project: Werthan Redevelopment
A discussion and virtual tour with Developer, Architect, and Contractor focusing on the development and design of large-scale mixed-use project “Werthan Redevelopment” including apartment living, parking deck, and offices. The discussion will highlight the integration and importance of the design phase, through construction, to full occupancy and integration in the ever-growing Germantown neighborhood.
Making a Historical Site Financially Sustainable
Host: Cassie Giesken, KV+D
Speaker: Brittany Campagna, Pillars Development
Featured Project: Rippavilla (Spring Hill, TN)
How does a city both honor and preserve the complete history of an asset like a plantation? An exploration of how one city is considering how to tell the whole story of the history of a site, while also making it financially sustainable.
Higher Education and Land Use: the Changing Landscape
Host: Kacy Joy, Frost, Brown, Todd
Jason Rogers, Belmont University
Beth Ostrowski, KCI
David Minnigan, ESa
Andrew Wolthers, Catalyst
Caleb Paul, Catalyst
Featured Project: Belmont University
A look at the construction logistics, impact on neighborhood, and changing landscape of land use in higher education: Belmont University’s collaborative development in the context of the institutional zoning overlay.
Hospitality Trends in Nashville During (and After) a Pandemic
Host: Scott Baker, Sonder
Speakers & Featured Projects: Ethan Orley, Fairlane Hotel
Boutique hotels and hospitality trends during and post-pandemic: market overview, local models and pivots, competition in the Nashville market, and a peek at some local projects.