AIC-BC & REIBC Joint Vancouver Chapter Luncheon

March 29, 2017, 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

The Fairmont Waterfront Hotel Vancouver
900 Canada Place, Vancouver

Georgia Viaduct/False Creek Plan: Learn about the Grand Design for the Northeast False Creek Project

The Vancouver chapters of the Appraisal of Institute of Canada - BC Association and the Real Estate Institute of BC are hosting a joint Luncheon on the topic of the Georgia Viaduct and False Creek Plan; guest speakers are Michael Geller & Kevin McNaney:

Mr. Michael Geller 


MichaelGeller.jpgMichael Geller is a Vancouver based architect, planner, real estate consultant and property developer with four decades' experience in the public, private and institutional sectors.

From 1999-2006, he was president and CEO of the SFU Community Trust, overseeing the planning and development of UniverCity, a sustainable community adjacent to Simon Fraser University in Burnaby.  Prior to joining SFU, Michael participated in the redevelopment of Steveston Village, Bayshore in Coal Harbour, Deering Island, as well as the planning for the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre Expansion, Furry Creek Resort Community, and the infamous Spetifore lands. He also developed a variety of residential and mixed use projects around Vancouver.

Mr. Kevin McNaney

KevinMcNaney.jpgKevin McNaney is the Assistant Director of Planning for the City of Vancouver and is responsible for the Central Area of the city, which has the highest density of residents and is the premier business district in the Province of BC.  He oversees planning, policy and development issues for the entire downtown and surrounding areas including North East False Creek, the Downtown Eastside, the False Creek Flats, South East False Creek (the Olympic Village) and the Broadway Corridor. 

Prior to his arrival at the City of Vancouver, Kevin practiced city planning and sought solutions to urban livability and sustainability issues around the world in public sector planning departments, private consulting firms and at the UBC Sustainable Development Research Institute. Kevin also has substantial experience in the non-profit sector as the former president of Better Environmentally Sound Transportation (BEST) and from several years on staff at Smart Growth British Columbia, Canada's first province-wide smart growth organization.

AIC-BC CPD Credits: 1 

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