ULI Iowa: Emerging Trends 2020


Thursday, November 19th, 2020
8:00am - 9:00am CST




Standard Pricing Until November 19 Members Non-Members
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Now in its 42ndyear, Emerging Trends in Real Estate is one of the most highly regarded annual industry outlooks for the real estate and land use industry. It includes interviews and survey responses from more than 2,200 leading real estate experts, including investors, fund managers, developers, property companies, lenders, brokers, advisers and consultants.



Anita Kramer

Senior Vice President, Capital Markets , Urban Land Institute

Anita Kramer Senior Director, ULI Center for Capital Markets & Real Estate ULI – the Urban Land Institute Washington, DC Anita Kramer is Senior Vice President, ULI Center for Capital Markets and Real Estate. In this position she directs and manages three programs: Emerging Trends Americas, the semi-annual ULI Real Estate Economic Forecast, and the new Deal Profile program. In addition, she provides support to the ULI/McCoy Symposium on Real Estate Finance, the Shaw Forum, and addresses topics at the intersection of capital markets and the priorities of other ULI Centers. Ms. Kramer joined ULI as the Senior Director of Retail and Mixed-Use Development. She directed research, education and programs in the area of retail and mixed-use development and was responsible for the annual Dollars & Cents of Shopping Centers, and the Retail Development Handbook, Retail Opens Up! The Shape of Today’s Open-Air Retail Centers and Residential Over Retail: How to Make It Work. Ms. Kramer also co-produced ULI’s annual Reinventing Retail conference. Prior to joining ULI, Ms. Kramer was a consultant, performing economic and financial analyses for both private and public clients involved in development and land use strategies. She founded Anita Kramer & Associates, following her position as Vice President of the Natelson Company in Los Angeles. Ms. Kramer holds a Master's in City and Regional Planning from Harvard University where she specialized in Housing and Community Development. She received her B.A. in Economics and Urban Studies from the University of Rochester.