Tucson and Texas Small Scale Development Advocates to Discuss Small Developer Boot Camp, April 20 to June 29, 2021

Listen to Tucson's 1030 KVOI AM "Tipping Point" with host Zach Yentzer and guests Monte Anderson and Ryan Stephenson, Friday, March 26, 2021, 9 a.m.

TUCSON, Ariz. - Arizonar -- On Friday, March 26, 2021, starting at 9 a.m., Zach Yentzer of 1030 KVOI AM Radio's "Tipping Point" will host Ryan Stephenson of the Tucson Small Scale Development Coalition and Monte Anderson, co-founder and senior faculty member of the Incremental Development Alliance. The trio will discuss the growing number of local doers working to improve neighborhoods in the Greater Tucson area with small buildings and uses that residents and visitors enjoy.

Stephenson and Anderson will outline a Small Developer Boot Camp, organized by their organizations and held virtually from April 20 to June 29, 2021. The eleven-week Boot Camp gives participants an opportunity to apply training to their actual real estate development project. Participants will work through exercises like building and refining their pro forma, creating an investor proposal package, and drawing out the zoning parameters for their lot. Participants can also practice pitching their project to the group and instructors in order to get feedback in a supportive environment.
  • Early Bird Registration Rate ($499) – open until March 26, 2021
  • Regular Registration Rate ($549) – open until April 16, 2021
  • Last Minute Registration Rate ($599)
For more information about the Virtual Small Developer Boot Camp and to register, click here.

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To listen to the interview online, click here. To call in a question, dial 520-790-2040.

Monte Anderson is the President of Options Real Estate a multi-service real estate company specializing in creating sustainable neighborhoods in southern Dallas and northern Ellis counties in Texas. Anderson began his real estate career in 1984 and since that time has concentrated solely on improving the living and working environments in these communities where he was born and raised. Anderson is an outspoken and frequently recognized advocate for policies and practice to serve urban neighborhoods. He currently focuses his development practice in three areas in North Texas: the southern neighborhoods of the city of Dallas, the first ring suburb of Duncanville and exurban town of Midlothian.

Ryan Stephenson is a GIS Community Planner with the Pima County Community Development and Neighborhood Conservation Department. He's co-founder of the Tucson Small Scale Development Coalition and the Southwest Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism. He graduated from the Arizona State University School of Sustainability with a B.A. degree in Urban Planning.

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Source: Tucson Small Scale Development Coalition
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