LOCUS

LOCUS, Latin for “place,” is a national coalition of real estate developers and investors who advocate for sustainable, equitable, walkable development in America’s metropolitan areas.

Across the country demand is high for real estate in sustainable, walkable urban places. Yet too often, public policy hampers developers’ ability to build the development that would meet this demand. LOCUS brings together real estate developers and investors from across the country to change policy at the local, state, and federal level and to build neighborhoods that are more economically, socially and environmentally sustainable for America’s future.

Our team

Christopher A. Coes
Vice President of Real Estate
Policy and External Affairs
ccoes [at] locusdevelopers.org
Kira Hibbert
Program Associate
khibbert [at] locusdevelopers.org
Mike Kingsella
Executive Director
Oregon LOCUS Chapter
mkingsella [at] locusdevelopers.org

A full list of the walkable neighborhoods included in "Foot Traffic Ahead"

A full list of the walkable neighborhoods included in "Foot Traffic Ahead"

Today, we’re pleased to release the full list of WalkUPs analyzed in our recent report, Foot Traffic Ahead 2016.

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Get the recap: Speaker presentations from the 2016 LOCUS Leadership Summit

Get the recap: Speaker presentations from the 2016 LOCUS Leadership Summit

The 2016 LOCUS Leadership Summit featured an exceptional lineup of real estate developers, investors, local elected officials, and transportation professionals.

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