Cities 3.0 – The Future of Where we Live, Work, & Play

Date October 30, 2019
Location KingSett Capital
40 King St. W. Ste. 3800
Time 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (Eastern)

Join us for an insightful panel discussion on Cities 3.0: What does it mean? When is it coming? What roles and responsibilities does commercial real estate (CRE) have in shaping the city of the future, rather than just reacting to it?

We’ll begin with an overview provided by Rosemary Feenan, urbanization expert and EVP Global Research for QuadReal. Through interactive audience participation that involves collecting real-time responses through smartphones, she will provide perspective on the opportunities for cities like Toronto to participate in the next phase of city-building.

Rosemary will be joined by expert panelists Dr. Pamela Robinson, Director of Ryerson University’s School of Urban and Regional Planning and member of the Digital Advisory Board for Waterfront Toronto; and Edward Lewis, Accenture’s Industry X.0 Canadian Innovation Strategy lead and Smart Cities expert.

Our panelists will introduce us to the concept of the 3rd Generation of City Planning and Development including the impact on CRE, the new tools and technologies in play, and what this all means for CREW members in Toronto and globally.

Join this lively and informative discussion and share food, drink, and conversation with fellow CREW members and guests! 

A Signature Event
Supported by KingSett Capital
Scotia Plaza, 40 King St W, Suite 3800

Rosemary joined QuadReal as Executive Vice President, Global Research in May 2018. She focuses on strategic research and analysis to support QuadReal’s international investment objectives.

She was formerly Director of Global Research Programmes at JLL, concentrating on urbanization, changes in city competitiveness, and the impact of technological advances on real estate. She previously held a Board position at Chesterton International and a senior position at CACI Limited. In her early career she worked as a town planner and retail analyst. 

A frequent speaker at international conferences, Rosemary is a Trustee of ULI and a former member of the World Economic Forum’s Regional Futures Council. She has served on a number of international advisory councils regarding urban and real estate futures. Rosemary holds a Master’s in Environmental Planning from Nottingham University. 

Pamela is the Director of the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson. Throughout her career as a planner, her research and practice have focused on complex, emergent challenges that Canadian communities face. Her current research focuses on a single question: who is planning the Canadian smart city?

Since 2010, Pamela has written a regular column for Spacing Magazine where she writes about equity, technology and civic engagement in Canadian cities. She is a member of Waterfront Toronto’s Digital Strategy Advisory Panel, an Advisor on the Toronto Public Library’s Innovation Council, and a member of the Multi-Stakeholder Forum for the Government of Canada’s Open Government Partnership work. 

Edward is Accenture’s Industry X.0 Innovation Strategy Lead for Canada focusing on Transit, Mobility, and Smart Cities. Based in Toronto, he specializes in corporate strategy, innovation, and digitally-enabled business transformations. He works predominantly with cities and government organizations to solve their most complex challenges related to the movement of people and goods leveraging new and emerging technologies such as CAVs, IoT, Drones, 5G, and ML/AI.

Members and their invited guests may attend
$35.00 plus HST