ULI Orange County/Inland Empire
"Housing in the Evolving American Suburb"
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
2:15 PM - 3:15 PM
ULI Orange County/Inland Empire Panelists:
Nicole Burdette - Senior Vice President, Business Strategies - Brookfield Residential, Southern California
Randy Jackson - President and Principal, Design, Placeworks
Douglas Neff - President, IHP Capital Partners
Eric Nelson - Vice President of Community Development at Trumark Homes & Planning Commissioner in Dana Point
Derek Wyatt - Vice President, RCLCO Real Estate Advisors
About This Presentation:
U.S. suburban housing markets are well positioned to remain preferred places to live and work over the coming decades, even as many urban cores and downtown neighborhoods continue to attract new residents and businesses. A presentation from RCLCO will include an overview of the outcomes from the Urban Land Institutes’ Terwilliger Center report titled “Housing in the Evolving American Suburb,” a report creating a new analytic framework for classifying suburbs developed by RCLCO. The following panel will discuss the implications of this new suburban classification model for our region’s communities.
About Nicole Burdette:
As Senior Vice President, Business Strategies for Brookfield Residential Southern California, Nicole Burdette is responsible for leading and overseeing all new business development and acquisitions in collaboration with the analytics and market data group. Nicole’s extensive knowledge and keen understanding have enabled her to assume an important role supporting the COO of the Brookfield Residential California region on items related to investment and business development within the state.
Nicole has been a member of the Brookfield team for 17 years since graduating from college and has undertaken different corporate roles in a range of capacities. She spent nine years in Land Acquisition prior to launching the Business Strategies department in 2013, a career trajectory that exemplifies the company’s philosophy and desire for team members to evolve as they progress through the organization. She demonstrates the analytical skills, work ethic and insight essential to help Brookfield Residential achieve a greater understanding of the market and the direction it will take in the years ahead.
About Randy Jackson:
Throughout his more than 47 years of experience in planning and design, Randy Jackson has conceived and developed unique land use and design concepts for award-winning communities. He continues to focus his expertise on communities built around and integrating transportation, transit, open space, and park and recreation systems. He has overseen projects throughout the United States, as well as China, Vietnam, and Saudi Arabia. He has taught Land Development in the Graduate School of Social Ecology at UC Irvine, where he is a UCI Fellow. He also serves as guest lecturer at UC Riverside campuses for courses in planning and design programs. Randy recently completed a two-year term as Chairman of Urban Land Institute’s Community Development Council (Blue Flight), a national product council leading the discussion in the areas of suburban new communities, suburban large-scale (multi-use) communities, rehabilitation/reuse, asset management, and process. He currently serves as Director of ULI Orange County/Inland Empire’s District Council.
About Douglas Neff:
Doug Neff is a Co-Founding Principal and President of IHP Capital Partners. In addition to serving as Chairman of IHP's Investment Committee, he has primary responsibility for the company's operations. From 1985 until the founding of IHP in 1992, Mr. Neff was a Partner of The O'Donnell Group, a major regional developer, owner and manager of commercial and industrial real estate. Previously, he was Treasurer of The Irvine Company, developer of one of the nation's largest master-planned communities, and a Vice President in the Real Estate Industries Group at Wells Fargo Bank in San Francisco. A graduate of Amherst College, he received an MBA from the University of Chicago. Mr. Neff is also a member of the Policy Advisory Board of the Fisher Center for Real Estate at the University of California, Berkeley.
About Eric Nelson:
Eric is currently the Vice President of Community Development at Trumark Homes and Planning Commissioner in Dana Point. Eric’s background in land use planning, entitlement processing and development spans two decades. During that time, he secured approvals for thousands of residential units and millions of square feet of commercial space and participated in the planning, entitlement and development of large, mixed use projects. Eric has overseen the entitlement and development of technically complicated and politically contentious projects in jurisdictions throughout California and the western United States, and is equally adept at resolving technical issues and interfacing with elected officials and community stakeholders.
About Derek Wyatt:
Derek Wyatt is a Vice President based in the RCLCO Los Angeles office. Since joining the firm in 2010, Derek has worked closely with firm clients in the public and private sectors to provide strategic recommendations and conclusions. Derek’s experience as a project manager stretches across all of the firm’s practice groups, with an emphasis on market feasibility analyses, financial analyses, strategy development and implementation for large-scale land developments and urban, infill projects. In 2011, Derek played a pivotal role in establishing the RCLCO Institutional Advisory Group and has been essential in developing internal methodologies and models. His work with the firm’s institutional clients includes analyses of portfolios and allocations, the development of long-term pacing plans, and the selection of investments and managers. Derek currently focuses on projects within RCLCO’s Urban Real Estate and Community & Resort Advisory Groups. Through his experience in these expertise areas, Derek has analyzed every development typology in the marketplace. He provides a studied understanding of the market and financial dynamics driving development potential for projects, ranging from urban mixed-use developments to suburban master-planned communities.