Urban Spaceship is a day-long national urbanism conference curated by NAIOP Wisconsin and NEWaukee. The Urban Spaceship Conference explores the intersection of people and place and does a deep dive on top trends, and future ideas, in urbanism. This year, the theme of the conference is “Growing Milwaukee to a Million Person City.” This theme corresponds with new Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson’s vision of growing Milwaukee to over a million residents.
Talk topics will focus on several different aspects of how to make this goal a reality, including real estate development, sustainability, economic development, placemaking, city planning, and transportation planning.
2022 Featured Session Highlights:
M. Nolan Gray, Research Director at California YIMBY: Arbitrary Lines: How Zoning Broke the American City and How to Fix It
Doug Gordon, Founder, The War on Cars: Winning The War On Cars in Milwaukee
John Bela, Founder & Principal, Bela Urbanism: Exploring the story behind Parking Day, a fireside chat with Montavius Jones.
Fairfax County Department of Planning and Development: County Department Roundtable: Exploring the progress of the Tyson’s 40-year Comprehensive Plan
And MORE! RSVP today to learn about new session announcements.