December 19, 2011
The Port of Los Angeles is the busiest container port in the United States, and the idea of granting a community access to such a space remains fresh. The following comes from a ULI panel entitled Waterfront Development in the Port of Los Angeles: Strategies for Implementing a Successful Public-Private Partnership. TPR presents remarks by David Mathewson, Port of Los Angeles, and Alison Marik Zeno, Studio Principal, ZENO Design Group, Inc.
December 19, 2011
Excerpts from an Urban Land Institute panel on energy efficiency, power generation, and development. As utilities and energy companies move towards distributed power, how can building owners, businesses, and developers act now?
November 4, 2011
The Urban Land Institute's conference in Los Angeles featured a panel around a publication on where the real estate industry in trending. Peter Rummell, Patrick Phillips, Joseph Azrack, Thomas Toomey, and Victor MacFarlane discuss finance, Baby Boomers, Generation Y, and investment uncertainties.
March 30, 2012
ULI recently published “The New California Dream,” a report by Arthur C Nelson arguing that demographic and economic factors at work in California will support the efforts of policy-makers in their efforts to implement SB 375, which requires the coordination of land use and transportation planning to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. TPR presents remarks Nelson made at a recent ULI breakfast followed by excerpts from the report’s executive summary.
October 6, 2011
Gail Goldberg, former Los Angeles Planning Director and current Executive Director of ULI-L.A., discusses the upcoming Urban Land Institute conference in Los Angeles as well as the continued relevance of urban planning in American cities today.
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