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What’s Next for Panther Island?

Join us for an Exclusive Insight into the Future of Fort Worth's Panther Island

April 30 | 7:30a - 9:30a

@River Crest Country Club

Main Ballroom

The Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth and ULI Dallas-Fort Worth invite you to explore the groundbreaking Panther Island Vision 2.0 and its unprecedented potential for our city and region. Discover the latest updates and next steps in implementing this visionary project and get your burning questions answered by project team members.

Gain invaluable insights into the Panther Island redevelopment project, understand its impact on the local market, and explore opportunities for strategic involvement.

Read the Report First:

This will be a technical discussion of the report findings. We recommend that you read the report first. Please visit HERE to download the report.

Questions about the Project or Report?:

If you have questions you would like answered in advance, please submit them to

Breakfast will be provided - Register today!



REC of GFW Member Rate - $40

ULI Member Rate - $40

Non-Member Rate - $50



Dana Burghdoff

Assistant City Manager
City of Fort Worth

Dana Burghdoff serves as Assistant City Manager for the City of Fort Worth. Burghdoff oversees the Development Services, Fire Department, and Property Management.

Before accepting the job in 2020, Dana worked for 13 years as Fort Worth’s assistant planning and development director, eight years in various Fort Worth planning roles, and five years as a planner for the City of Waltham, MA. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in urban studies and planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Kate Beck

Program Director - Central City Flood Control Project

Kate Beck is the Central City Flood Control Program Director for the Tarrant Regional Water District, where she is responsible for guiding the delivery of the Central City Program on behalf of local partners and stakeholders. The Central City Flood Control Program addresses Fort Worth’s flood risks that are the result of explosive population growth, with the city having tripled in size since the current levee system was constructed in the 1960s. Before coming to work at the District, Kate worked at the City of Fort Worth for more than 18 years in various roles, including as the City’s Trinity River Vision Program Manager.

Kate earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois, is a Licensed Professional Engineer, and is certified by the American Institute of Certified Planners. 

Kate has volunteered in various positions in her community of North Richland Hills, including as a current member of the North Richland Hills Park and Recreation Board and previously as an officer of the PTA.  Outside of work, she keeps busy with two teenage daughters.




Kelle Moulton



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