ULI Philadelphia: Virtual Member Breakfast - January


Tuesday, January 26th, 2021
9:30am - 10:30am EST

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    ULI Philadelphia Virtual Event


    Pricing Members Non-Members
    Private $15.00 N/A
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $10.00 N/A
    Retired $10.00 N/A
    Student $10.00 N/A
    Under Age 35 $10.00 N/A
    Join us for the next ULI Philadelphia Virtual Member Breakfast to hear from Meegan Denenberg and Jacob Roller of S&R Holdings about programming development projects to provide resources to existing communities.  Meegan and Jacob will discuss S&R's work fusing together real estate development and social equity. Following this informal presentation, attendees are invited to participate in a prolonged and informal Q&A. Bring a cup of coffee and we’ll “see” you there.



    Jacob Roller

    President, J.Roller Development, LLC

    Currently a Chair of the Small Scale and Impact Development District Council in ULI Philadelphia. Jacob Roller was born and raised in Philadelphia and has been a real estate entrepreneur for over 16 years with expertise in urban redevelopment, multifamily and mixed use developments, as well as intimate knowledge of how to source and structure alternative capital stacks using grants, tax credits and more. He has developed, leased and managed over 300 units, 400k SF and $70mm of total investment. Previously, Mr. Roller co-founded MMPartners, LLC in 2008 with the goal of comprehensively redeveloping the Brewerytown neighborhood of Philadelphia through a combination of residential, multi-family, mixed use and commercial real estate.


    Meegen Denenberg

    Co-founder, Little Giant Creative

    Meegan Denenberg is a co-founder of Meta Global, parent company of Little Creative Giant (LCG), a Philadelphia-based marketing and branding agency. LGC is a full service creative agency that works with a variety of local and national companies and institutions to develop and execute custom brand strategies and events, and design collateral and awareness promotions. Additionally, LGC prides itself on applying the significant expertise of its diverse and dynamic staff to a variety of non-profit and social justice-related programs, including A Dream Deferred, Women Led Cities, The Institute of Hip Hop Entrepreneurship and Urban Share Junkets. Initiatives that seek transformative change in communities by fostering equitable pathways.