"Reinventing Michigan Cities Through Redevelopment," from July18-21 at Boyne Mountain Grand Lodge & Spa in Boyne Falls.
Programs and workshops will cover such topics as "Incentives and Issues with the Redevelopment of the 500 block in Flint," "A Detroit Success Story: Redevelopment in the Detroit Central Business District," "The Re-Do or Do-Over: Redeveloping the Retail Site," "Michigan's New Community Revitalization Program," "Financing Sources: What's Available and How to Help Your Client Obtain the Loan," and "Office/Industrial—Tenants: What to Ask For; Landlords: What to Give On (and Not)." Carol Cain, senior producer and host of "Michigan Matters" on CBS 62, and a columnist for the Detroit Free Press, will give a special presentation on "Reinventing Michigan."
Prior to May 14, the registration fee is $285 for RPLS members who are also first-time attendees, $325 for other RPLS members and $375 for non-section members. After May 14, the registration fee is $325 for RPLS members who are also first-time attendees, $385 for other RPLS members and $430 for non-section members. Members of the Young Lawyers Section can register for $100 both before and after May 14. More information and registration forms can be found on the SBM website at Real Property Law Section Summer Conference.
For more details about the summer conference, contact Arlene Rubinstein at (248) 644-7378 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or Karen Schwartz at email@example.com. To learn about upcoming RPLS events, become a fan of the section on Facebook by visiting facebook.com/RPLSMI.