Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade isn’t the only walkable neighborhood in the Southern California anymore. Photo by LandAinLA.
Southern California is going through an urban transformation that’s making the region more walkable—and we are bringing together the people making it happen.
Developers and investors working on walkable real estate projects are invited to join us on Thursday, March 26, 2015 for the LOCUS LinkUp: Building the Next Walkable Places in Southern California.
Thursday, March 26, 2015 | 11:30 AM PST
Southern California Association of Governments
818 W. 7th Street, 12th Floor Board Room | Los Angeles, California 90012
LOCUS LinkUps bring together developers and local elected leaders who are passionate about smart growth strategies. Join this private networking event to discuss new opportunities for creating walkable, sustainable development. Every LinkUp features information about potential development sites from local officials, networking opportunities with top real estate executives, and expert guidance on supporting the development of walkable places through policy change.
Join our Los Angeles LinkUP to hear from:
|Jenna Hornstock, Deputy Executive Officer of Countywide Planning & Development
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA/Metro)
Jenna’s office oversees planning and development across the 1,433-square-mile service area of Los Angeles Metro. She will be presenting on Metro’s Joint Development Program which is designed to secure the most appropriate private and/or public sector development on Metro-owned property at and adjacent to transit stations and corridors.
|City Councilmember Michele Martinez | City of Santa Ana, CA
Michele has helped the city of Santa Ana increase its open space by 22 acres, secure millions of dollars for active transportation to ensure pedestrian and bike safety, and improved and repaired nearly 300 miles of residential streets. She is also the 2nd Vice President for the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), the nation’s largest metropolitan planning organization representing six counties.
This event will be hosted by LOCUS Steering Committee Member David Grannis, President and CEO of PointC LLC, who will deliver the opening remarks.
If you are a developer or investor interested in building walkable, urban neighborhoods in Southern California, we encourage you to join us in Los Angeles in March.
LOCUS is a national coalition of real estate developers and investors dedicated to creating more walkable, urban places through federal, state, and metropolitan advocacy as well as triple-bottom line business practices. Learn more about LOCUS >>