Friday, February 26, 2021 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Wilentz Shareholders Anne Babineau and Steve Tripp will be joining over 25 other experienced lawyers and professionals to virtually share lessons learned and new tools available for redevelopment at the Annual Redevelopment Law Institute, sponsored by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Each of five panels of speakers will draw on their work on multiple projects underway in individual municipalities and provide tools that can be applied throughout New Jersey, such as:
- Using “Anchor Institutions,” including Eds and Meds, to pay dividends to communities, as well as incentivize project development, focusing on New Brunswick’s past experience and examples of opportunities to use the Anchor Institution provisions of the Economic Recovery Act of 2020.
- How Jersey City is using Liberty State Park to strengthen and enhance the science and technology magnet that is Liberty Science Center, while at the same time also accelerating and enhancing the active recreational use of the Park.
- Overcoming challenges of sites with low elevation and soft soils in the eastern portion of Newark, leveraging Penn Station’s rehabilitation to propel farther the Mulberry Commons project, and incentivizing every possible type of Residential Development throughout out the City.
- Atlantic City’s efforts to widen its focus to include ever more commercial, educational and even energy projects.
- The risks and rewards that can come from early property acquisition for major public private projects, focusing on Carteret’s new arts center and a ferry-driven waterfront project in South Amboy.
Designed for attorneys, planners, developers, financial consultants, and public sector professionals, this program has been approved for 6.7 hours of CLE credit for attorneys. Application for Professional Planner Credit is pending.