Urban Land Institute to feature Lyric Theatre as case study

Urban Land Institute to feature Lyric Theatre as case study
More than $7 million went into bringing the Lyric Theatre back to life, and the project took advantage of Alabama's historic tax credit program. (File)

The Alabama Association of Realtors, in conjunction with the Alabama Center for Real Estate and the University of South Alabama’s Center for Real Estate & Economic Development, will host the Alabama Commercial Real Estate Strategies Seminar Feb. 23 in Montgomery.

For more information on the CRE Strategies Seminar, click here. 

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The recently rehabbed Lyric Theatre will be featured by the Urban Land Institute as a case study for historic rehabilitation during the Alabama CRE Strategies Seminar this month.

The recently rehabbed Lyric Theatre in Birmingham will be featured by the Urban Land Institute as a case study for historic rehabilitation during the seminar.

Tickets for the event, which will include two sessions for a cumulative six continuing education credit hours, are currently available.

One of Alabama’s most talked about historic rehabilitation projects over the past several years will be featured during the event’s morning session as part of a presentation by the Urban Land Institute Alabama council (ULI Alabama).

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The event will kick off with a three-hour morning session (9 a.m. to noon).

ACRE’s Grayson Glaze will be the instructor for the session, which will include a presentation on historic rehabilitation made up of John Pittari Jr. (associate professor, College of Agriculture Design & Construction at Auburn University), Anne King (director, Midtown Neighborhood, Columbus, Ga.), Bruce Adams (vice president, Stewart Perry Construction), Randy Minor (attorney with the Birmingham office of Maynard Cooper & Gale P.C.) and Brandon Hill (president, Fusion Advisory Services).

The Lyric Theatre, as profiled here, underwent a $12 million renovation that restored the once-abandoned downtown Birmingham icon.

ACREcon speaker David Skinner delivers and afternoon session discourse.
ACREcon speaker David Skinner delivers and afternoon session discourse.

The lunch session will feature Patrick Rutledge (vice president, Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta) on the subject of federal home loans.

The second session offering three continuing education credit hours will feature David Skinner (David C. Skinner LLC), who will wrap up the daylong event with “Real Property Asset Protection Strategies.”

The session is designed to discuss exemptions, deeds and basic “structures” such as using LLCs wisely.

The event will be at the Alabama Association of Realtors building at 522 Washington Ave. in Montgomery.

Earn up to six hours of CE credit with this all-day commercial real estate education opportunity. This seminar features two educational sessions, lunch and guest speakers from across the southeast. Tickets are available to individual sessions or for the full day at a discounted price. Lunch is included with all tickets.

Visit the event page on the Alabama Association of Realtors’ website by clicking here. 

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