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05/27/10 - Fairfield County Real Estate Investors Meeting

Fairfield County Real Estate Investors Association (FCREIA) Meeting
(in association with the Bridgeport Downtown Task Force)

Bridgeport’s New Development Toolbox: Opportunities for Development with Bridgeport’s New Master Plan and Zoning Regulations

Thursday, May 27. 8:00 – 11:00 am
Golden Hill United Methodist Church. 210 Elm Street, Bridgeport, CT
$20 – All proceeds (minus expenses) will be donated to the church
(Attendees will have the option to grab a bite to eat after the meeting. This will be a great opportunity to network)

Register and learn more at the Connecticut Real Estate Investors Association website.

Opening Remarks by Mayor Bill Finch
Co-moderated by Anne Pappas Phillips, Esq., Commissioner – Bridgeport Planning & Zoning and Harlan S. Sexton, AICP, Senior Associate – BFJ Planning

GUEST SPEAKERS

Edmund F. Schmidt is the Assistant City Attorney for the City of Bridgeport with the Curtis, Brinkerhoff & Barrett PC law firm. Trustee, Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation. Former Member of Darien Planning and Zoning Commission; South Western Regional Planning Agency.

Paul Antinozzi is President of Antinozzi Associates, Architecture and Interiors in Bridgeport. In addition to maintaining a prominent architectural practice Mr. Antinozzi has been involved with civic activities for much of his career.

David Kooris is Vice President and Connecticut Director at Regional Plan Association, the nation’s oldest regional planning organization conducting research and advocating for progressive environmental, economic, and social policy across the New York Metropolitan region since the 1920s.

PANELISTS

Caroline E. Vary joined Jonathan Rose Companies in 2007 to lead development projects in the Connecticut regional office.

Michael J. Cacace is the founding partner of the Stamford law firm of Cacace, Tusch & Santagata. He holds a B.A. degree from Fordham College and a J.D. degree from New York Law School, and is admitted to practice before the courts in Connecticut and New York.

Alan J. Plattus is Professor of Architecture and Urbanism at the Yale University School of Architecture, where he teaches courses on architectural history and theory, urban history and design, and directs the School’s China Studio.

Jeffrey R. Dunne is a Vice Chairman at CB Richard Ellis, Inc. and oversees the Suburban New York Capital Markets group that sells, recapitalizes income producing office, retail, multi-family and industrial assets.


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