Imagine the Possibilities



Date: Friday, May 17
Time: 11 AM - 3 PM
Location: Downtown Denton
FREE to participate

Tour Downtown Denton to view available, vacant, and recently renovated properties in this prime real estate hub and IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES.

How could a historic building be revitalized and used for the benefit of downtown?
What kind of business could go into that vacant spot to drive more foot traffic off the main square?

The possibilities are endless. This tour is perfect for real estate agents, investors, history buffs, entrepreneurs, businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs who want to make an impact in the heart of the city.


11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Presentation of the Downtown & Southeast Denton Plans

Special guest speakers (see bios below):
• Cameron Robertson, Project Lead for Downtown Plan
• Mia Hines, Project Lead for Southeast Plan
• Paris Rutherford, Catalyst Urban Development
• Jason Bodor, Downtown Denton Foundation
Stoke Co‑Working Space
608 E. Hickory St.,
Suite 128
12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Self-Guided Walking Tour

Visit vacant buildings and areas eager to be redeveloped and learn how current property and business owners have invested in Downtown Denton.
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12:30 PM,
1:30 PM,
and 2:30 PM
Special Guided Tours
Tour the grounds of City Hall West as well as the Historic Post Office. There are three tour times. Attend your preferred time.
City Hall West
221 N Elm St

Historic Post Office
218 N. Locust St


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Cameron joined the City of Denton in February 2021, serving as the Historic Preservation Officer and a Principal Planner. In her day-to-day operations, she regulates and implements policy, ordinances, and educational resources related to Denton’s historic preservation efforts, as well as assists in the review and coordination of new development and infill projects. Cameron was formerly employed at the environmental engineering consulting firm, AKRF, Inc. in New York City whose clients include the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA), New York State Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation, New York City Department of Environmental Protection, New York City Department of Planning, the Federal Aviation Administration, and more. She has also served as a project engineer for the City of Erie, Pennsylvania.

Cameron is an active member of the American Planning Association and serves as an annual guest lecturer, covering Preservation Planning, for the University of North Texas’s Master of Public Administration program. She previously served on the board of the Metropolitan Chapter of the Victorian Society in America, one of the oldest chapters in the country dedicated to fostering appreciation and preservation of our nineteenth and early-twentieth century heritage. Cameron also co-created a study for the Rock-Hewn Churches of Lalibela, Ethiopia published by the World Monuments Fund.

Cameron has a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The George Washington University and a Dual Master of Science in Urban Planning and Historic Preservation from Columbia University. She has obtained the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification through the American Planning Association and is EcoDistricts Certified.



Get a sneak peek of properties and learn more about each one.



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