Development

July 22, 2016

Mike Silvey & Kelly Candaele on IronWorkers Local 433 & Today's Construction Economy Jobs

Mike Silvey, business manager of Ironworkers Local 433, and Kelly Candaele, a former LA Community College District trustee, discuss technological advancements in the building industry.

May 23, 2016

ULI-LA Forum: LA City Leaders Collaborate to Improve Planning and Development Process

Key Los Angeles city departmental managers and officials discussed improvements to each of their respective organizations and explained their vision for a collaborative approval process that reduces obstacles for developers.

April 26, 2016

Second Units and Los Angeles’ Broken Planning System

Land-use attorney and founder of Los Angeles Neighbors in Action Carlyle W. Hall comments on building permits for accessory dwelling units.

February 25, 2016

LA City Councilmember Ryu’s Top Priority: Constituent Engagement to Build Public Trust

Seven months after the election to represent CD4, TPR checked in on “outsider” candidate David Ryu’s transition into office.

February 25, 2016

ULI-LA’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2016: Historic Urban Transformation of LA’s Downtown

Excerpts from a ULI-LA panel explore the transformation of Downtown LA and continuing caution of lenders.

February 16, 2016

LA City's Built Environment Has a New Steward Who Believes in the Necessity of a Shared Development Vision

Vince Bertoni, the new director of the Los Angeles Department of City Planning, comments on LA's complex needs and challenges.

October 30, 2015

Palmer 'Re-Gentrified' Downtown LA, Despite Doubters and Design Criticism

Geoff Palmer speaks candidly with TPR Publisher David Abel at a ULI-LA site tour.

April 29, 2015

Capri Capital’s Discerning Investments in Gateway Cities

Ken Lombard comments on Capri’s eye for emerging markets and updates readers on the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza project.

March 23, 2015

A High Bar: Pasadena Mayor Bogaard's Final ‘State of the City’

Mayor Bill Bogaard gives a status report on Pasadena in light of his upcoming retirement.

September 4, 2014

Santa Monica City Manager Rod Gould: Retiring Observations

Rod Gould provides an overview of Santa Monica’s fiscal health, its development challenges, and its opportunities as Metro light rail connects this city with the greater LA region.

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