Logan County Economic Development Partnership encourages
local participation in "Small Scale Development
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[April 21, 2018]
Logan County community
developers/leaders, financial institutions, and aspiring developers
are encouraged to attend a “Small Scale Development Workshop”.
This one-day Workshop on small-scale real estate development is all
about project formation. Participants will learn how to take a big
picture view of neighborhood-based development and learn how to
analyze what makes a good project, how a building makes money, and
how small developers interact with the broader ecosystem of
professionals in the built environment. By the end of the Workshop,
aspiring developers will feel more prepared to take the first steps
on their own project.
The Workshop is presented by the Greater Peoria Economic Development
Council, of which Logan County is a member. It will be held at the
Peoria Riverfront Museum - 222 Southwest Washington Street - on
Thursday, April 26 from 8am-5:00pm. Lunch is onsite and included as
part of the Workshop.
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The regular registration rate is $199 and available through Monday, April 23rd.
After that date, the registration rate is $229. A limited number of reduced
price scholarship registrations [$69] are available for Logan County
participants. Please contact Bill Thomas at 217-648-5077 or Tory Dahlhoff at the
Greater Peoria Economic Development Council for details at:
or (618) 795-8470. To register online for the Workshop, access:
www.incrementaldevelopment. org/ events/peoria.
The mission of the Logan County Economic Development Partnership is to cultivate
a business environment that enhances Logan County by expanding our local and
regional economy through programs that sustain and grow existing businesses,
attract and establish new businesses, and increase quality employment
[Bill Thomas, Executive Director
Logan County Economic Development Partnership]