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December 8, 2021

CEO Steve Glenn on Integrating Design, Sustainability, & Efficiency in the Prefab Custom Home Market

TPR sat down with Steve Glenn, CEO of Plant Prefab, to afford him an opportunity to share how his company is infiltrating single and multifamily housing markets with custom designed prefabricated homes to deliver healthy and sustainable buildings by design and at scale.

December 8, 2021

Building A Transformational Physical & Metaphorical Bridge: Scott Kratz on DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park Project

Scott Kratz, Senior Vice President of Building Bridges Across the River, is leading the multi-jurisdictional effort to transform an aged-out freeway bridge into a seven-acre civic space crossing the Anacostia River in Washington, DC.

December 8, 2021

CEQA Protects California Despite Special Interests’ 'Big Lie'

TPR shares here with permission this column by Roger Lin (pictured), attorney at the California Environmental Justice Alliance (CEJA), and Douglas Carstens, partner with Chatten-Brown, Carstens & Minteer, LLP, debunking the myth that CEQA is to blame for California's housing affordability crisis.

November 11, 2021

State of Multifamily Housing - Related’s Bill Witte Interviewed by Richard Green

From the BisNow Multifamily Annual Conference West, Richard Green and Bill Witte, discuss the state of multifamily housing and the impacts that Covid-19, remote work, and state housing policy are having on real estate project development, housing affordability, and risk management.

November 11, 2021

 DJ Waldie's Becoming Los Angeles: Myth, Memory, and a Sense of Place

TPR excerpts DJ Waldie's new book Becoming Los Angeles—a collection of essays blending history, memory, and critical analysis to illuminate how Angelenos see themselves and their city.

November 11, 2021

The Transformation of a Lutheran Church into a Multicultural Center & Multi-faith Worship Space

In this TPR interview, Co-Founder/Executive Director of the Village Exchange Center, Amanda Blaurock, discusses the journey begun in 2017 to convert an existing Lutheran church in Aurora, Colorado, into a multicultural community center and multi-faith worship space to serve the region’s growing immigrant and refugee communities

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