ELM Partner Steve Lovett serves on ULI Tampa Bay Technical Assistance Panel
ELM partner Steve Lovett was in the Tampa area earlier this week serving on a ULI Tampa Bay Technical Assistance Panel (TAP), a two-day program that brings together a small group of senior-level real estate and associated industry professionals to provide consultation services to entities facing complex land use and real estate issues.
According to ULI’s website, TAPs include a tour of the study area/project site, interviews with stakeholders, and presentation of panelist findings, recommendations and conclusions to the client in either a private or public forum, with a formal report following shortly after the TAP program.
This particular TAP focused on the Overpass Business Park in Pasco County, a nearly 100-acre, county-owned site adjacent to Interstate 75 that has been approved for over 2 million square feet of office and industrial development, with the potential for up to 4,500 new jobs.
An inspired, well-conceived plan for this site will help Pasco County achieve its goals of creating a more diversified, sustainable economy and increased quality of life.