Eric Singer moderates a panel discussion on Liberty Square Miami Mixed-Use Project as part of the Urban Land Institute's Virtual Class on Public-Private Partnerships & Public Leadership. The Virtual Class aims to provide a basic understanding of the public-private partnership (P3) delivery model, industry outlook and growth, insight into government adoption and challenges and awareness of obstacles for acceptance with the P3 delivery model.
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