Something Old, Something New: How Investments in Old Buildings are a Path to Prosperity

Arctic Club Building, ca. 1917 / Photo: MOHAI

Arctic Club Building, ca. 1917 / Photo: MOHAI

The Urban Land Institute Northwest presents, “Something Old, Something New: How Investments in Old Buildings are a Path to Prosperity,” with speaker David Brown, Executive Vice President and Chief Preservation Officer,
National Trust for Historic Preservation (Washington, DC). Mr. Brown will discuss strategies for adaptive reuse and how the rehabilitation of historic structures makes economic sense. The breakfast program takes place on Wednesday, June 19 from 7:30 – 9:00 am at the Arctic Club Building, 700 Third Ave, Seattle. Registration and networking from 7:00 – 7:30 am. Register online by June 17 through the ULINW’s website.

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