February 19, 2013
Allan Kotin of Allan D. Kotin and Associates outlines the short-term decisions that can lead to substantial long-term returns on transit-oriented development in remarks delivered at the US High Speed Rail Conference in Downtown Los Angeles.
November 1, 2012
TPR presents the following excerpts from the Los Angeles Business Council Mayoral Housing, Transportation, and Jobs Summit panel, Housing Plus Along Transit Corridors, moderated by Dan Rosenfeld and featuring Tony Salazar, President of West Coast Operations, McCormack Baron Salazar Inc., California Assemblymember Mike Feuer, and Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles President and CEO Doug Guthrie.
November 1, 2012
Excerpts from an article, Aligning Transit and Real Estate: An Integrated Financial Strategy, by Will Fleissig of Communitas Development Inc. and Ian Carlton of the University of California, Berkeley.
October 30, 2012
Chris Leinberger, President of LOCUS, and Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker, address transit-oriented development and smart growth from the perspectives of a real estate developer and a politician.
October 4, 2012
After Sheppard Mullin hosted a breakfast on the latest CEQA developments, Alfred Fraijo Jr., a partner at the firm, explains to The Planning Report how actions in the Legislature and in the Courts are creating opportunities for developers.
November 4, 2011
Philip Aarons tells us about the Capitol Records Tower development at Hollywood and Vine by his firm, Millennium Partners. How can a developers push density in Los Angeles? What's exciting about urbanism in Hollywood?
May 8, 2013
Laurie Becklund, a writer and project consultant as well as a senior fellow at the USC Annenberg Center on Communication and Leadership, and a longtime resident of Hollywood, writes about her experience investigating her concerns around the Millennium Hollywood development.
March 21, 2012
TPR sat down with Martha Welborne, Executive Director of Countywide Planning at Metro, to discuss her duties towards the Metro Board, project completion, and the people of Los Angeles County. Building Los Angeles’ new transit system will take decades, and Measure R’s seemingly reliable flow of money means that Metro will feature prominently in the purviews of local governments across the county for the foreseeable future.
January 31, 2012
What role does local government play in a city’s reinvention? And how does a local government envision its public initiatives contributing to a positive urban environment? Ken Bernstein, Principal City Planner for the Los Angeles Department of City Planning, overseeing the Policy Planning and Historic Resources Division, tells us where Los Angeles has recently been devoting energy.
September 22, 2011
Cecilia Estolano of ELP Advisors leads Mayors John Duran of West Hollywood, Richard Bloom of Santa Monica, Micheál O'Leary of Culver City, and Vice Mayor William Brien of Beverly Hills in a conversation about redevelopment, Sacramento, parking, and the exciting changes taking place in their cities.
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