Hospitality & Mixed Use - Is Placemaking A Sustainable Investment Strategy?
Hospitality & Mixed Use - Is Placemaking A Sustainable Investment Strategy?

Hospitality & Mixed Use - Is Placemaking A Sustainable Investment Strategy?

28 February, London
Fulvia D'Ippolito
Fulvia
Fulvia D'Ippolito
Head of Italy and Hospitality EuropeGRI Club
Fulvia is a Senior Director at GRI, with direct responsibility to lead GRI’s activities in Italy, and the GRI Hospitality Club on a Pan-European level. She joined GRI in 2014 to launch the GRI business in Italy while helping to strengthen GRI’s portfolio in Sub Saharan African markets. She has over 18 years of experience in b2b event production and brand marketing. Prior to joining GRI, she was Director at Fiera Milano Media for many years, and brand consultant for Italian start-ups in London. Fulvia is Executive MBA from MIP Politecnico di Milano (2012) and M.Sc. in Business & Corporate Communications, University of Siena, Italy.
+44 20 7121 5072
Kirsty Stevens
Kirsty
Kirsty Stevens
Head Conference Production - EuropeGRI Club
Kirsty has seven year’s experience in conference production globally. Her previous role included Conference Producer for RICS, fostering events in Corporate Real Estate, Residential, Industrial and Regional Investments across UK, Middle East and Europe. Kirsty is passionate about industrial and logistics, residential alternatives, distressed Investing, as well as connecting investors and developers with focused discussions in her core markets of the UK and Europe.
+44 (0)20 7121 5095

OverviewOverview

Large scale mixed use developments have always been flavour of the month for institutional and opportunistic investors alike. However, since the re-imagining of truly unique places including Kings Cross, Covent Garden, Operación Chamartín', Piazza Cordusio, Grand Paris and Battersea Power Station, investors and developers are starting to ask themselves: what does it take to create truly exceptional destinations that attract those to live, work and play?  Does long term investment capital follow?

GRI Club Members and the wider hospitality industry are invited to a very special club meeting to discuss what adds value to mixed use and hospitality schemes in the UK and across Europe.

Hosted by Yoo Capital, at the heart of its latest Kensington Olympia Regeneration Project, members will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in this new masterplan with an overview from Yoo Capital, its investment advisors, and its collaborative architects. Followed by a brief site visit and networking lunch, a private roundtable discussion will focus on the investment criteria for placemaking in hospitality and mixed-use schemes.

Discussions will focus on:

  • The ‘Placemaking’ Effect – Real value add or fantasy?
  • Established Brands vs Fresh Brands - Competing or complementary?
  • Mixed Use Estates – What are the investment implications?
  • Room for opportunistic investors?
  • Accessing finance for development
  • European Opportunities for Placemaking - Where is the growth projected?
  • Hospitality, Leisure & Serviced Assets - Are their fates forever intertwined?
  • Luxury - Will it define the latest mixed use destinations while mid-market and affordable retailers face restructuring?
  • What Adds Value to Hospitality & Mixed Use Developments ? Service, F&B, Offices, Resi, Retail, Leisure or something entirely new?

AgendaAgenda

Thursday, 28th February
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12:00pm - 03:30pm
12:00 - 12:30 | Registration and Welcome. Meeting Point; Pillar Hall, Kensington Olympia
12:30 - 13:00 | Overview & Site Visit - Kensington Olympia Masterplan
13:00 - 14:00 | Networking Lunch hosted by Yoo Capital
14:00 - 15:00 | GRI Discussion: 'Hospitality & Mixed Use Developments’
15:00 - 15:15 | Farewell

Meet our exclusive format.

GRI has no speakers, no presentations. Instead, you have a selection of closed-door discussions where everyone can participate.
Much like a conversation in your own living room, the dynamic environment allows you to engage with your peers in an informal and collegial setting.
Fulvia D'Ippolito
Event manager
Fulvia D'Ippolito
Head of Italy and Hospitality Europe
GRI Club
+44 20 7121 5072
Kirsty Stevens
Event manager
Kirsty Stevens
Head Conference Production - Europe
GRI Club
+44 (0)20 7121 5095
Fulvia D'Ippolito
Fulvia
Fulvia D'Ippolito
Head of Italy and Hospitality EuropeGRI Club
Fulvia is a Senior Director at GRI, with direct responsibility to lead GRI’s activities in Italy, and the GRI Hospitality Club on a Pan-European level. She joined GRI in 2014 to launch the GRI business in Italy while helping to strengthen GRI’s portfolio in Sub Saharan African markets. She has over 18 years of experience in b2b event production and brand marketing. Prior to joining GRI, she was Director at Fiera Milano Media for many years, and brand consultant for Italian start-ups in London. Fulvia is Executive MBA from MIP Politecnico di Milano (2012) and M.Sc. in Business & Corporate Communications, University of Siena, Italy.
+44 20 7121 5072
Kirsty Stevens
Kirsty
Kirsty Stevens
Head Conference Production - EuropeGRI Club
Kirsty has seven year’s experience in conference production globally. Her previous role included Conference Producer for RICS, fostering events in Corporate Real Estate, Residential, Industrial and Regional Investments across UK, Middle East and Europe. Kirsty is passionate about industrial and logistics, residential alternatives, distressed Investing, as well as connecting investors and developers with focused discussions in her core markets of the UK and Europe.
+44 (0)20 7121 5095
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