June 5, 2019
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OPPORTUNITY ZONES AND 1031 EXCHANGE DSTs, STRATEGIES TO REDUCE CAPITAL GAINS TAX
Two experts guide you through the complexities of Opportunity Zones and 1031 Exchanges.
- Qualified Opportunity Zone Fund Benefits and Requirements
- 1031 Exchange Benefits and Requirements
- How a Delaware Statutory Trust can be used in a 1031 exchange
Andy M Cohen, Partner, Holland and Hart
Andy Raney, SVP, Cantor Fitzgerald Capital
$20 – nonmembers, guests, and on-site registrants; free for preregistered CCIM members, lunch is included
Thursday, June 13, 2019, 11:00am-1:00pm
1800 Larimer Street, 2nd Floor Conference Room
2 Hours Real Estate CE, parking available in the garage for $18 or street parking
Secure building, attendees must RSVP and bring a photo ID to present in lobby
CITY & COUNTY OF DENVER, RTD AND PARTNERS KICK OFF ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESS TO DETERMINE THE FUTURE OF DENVER’S 16TH STREET MALL
The City and County of Denver and the Regional Transportation District (RTD) are officially kicking off the next phase of planning for the future of the 16th Street Mall as one of the city’s most vital connectors and important public spaces. The effort is in partnership with the Downtown Denver Partnership (Partnership), the Downtown Denver Business Improvement District (BID), the Denver Urban Renewal Authority (DURA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).
The public is invited to engage with the project team on July 22 at Meet in the Street, a program funded by the BID and produced by the Partnership. Two public open houses are also tentatively scheduled for July 27. Additional information about public engagement opportunities will be posted to the project website as details become available, at:
transit & community development conference
Come together with professionals who share your dedication to transit, livability and communities. Choose from 75+ thought- and discussion-provoking workshops, ranging from cutting edge policy overviews to practical hands-on strategies. Explore real-world issues and projects across the region via our unique mobile workshops. Registration Opens May 2019
September 8-11, 2019, Vancouver, British Columbia