Airports have become central to businesses and are evolving into modern mini cities with mixed land use developments through increased urbanization and global connectivity. The Aerotropolis consists of an airport city and outlying corridors around transportation connections, clusters of aviation-linked businesses, and associated residential development that feed off each other and their accessibility to the airport. It is quite likely that such districts may see increased interest in a post-Coronavirus world.
What prerequisites have to be considered, in order to develop an ‘Aerotropolis’ as the new downtowns of the 21st century? Factors such as location, size, urban planning, land economics, and government regulations will play a decisive role. So how can such opportunities be structured between governments, airport operators, real estate developers, and investors? How do we look at specialized asset classes such as hotels which have increased flexi workspaces? Can estate in an airport city be seen as a specialized asset class in itself?
This eMeeting will focus on understanding the real estate investment opportunities in an aerotropolis. Meet our special guest, Dr. John D Kasarda, the leading developer of the Aerotropolis concept defining the roles of aviation and airports in shaping the future of business location, urban competitiveness, and economic growth.
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Aldo brings a structured insight of the Real Estate Development business having previously worked as New Business Development Director, Regional Development Director, and as Portfolio Manager within the Real Estate Development and Real Estate Investment Funds industries.
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