A short snapshot of my career from PCBC 2017 Hall of Fame Awards
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As an advocate of thoughtful design and innovative problem-solving, I share my story and experience in this podcast including the 5 steps for building community well-being.
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“How do you create a sense of community in a brand new development? It’s a question Sandra Kulli, a real estate marketing strategist, has been wrestling with for years. She is president of Kulli Marketing, and we had a chance to catch up recently in Todos Santos, Mexico, the site of one of her newest projects, Tres Santos. It’s a project that could have been a typical resort on the Pacific, but the developer chose instead to forego gates and golf courses to reach for an authentic connection to the people in this small Mexican town.”
“This week on “Knight Cities,” Sandra and I talk about what people want out of community today and how to deliver it.”
The Arts District has yet another beautiful new destination. This time, however, it’s not a housing complex, restaurant or even a museum. http://www.ladowntownnews.com/news/inside-a-new-tech-incubator/article_58400dd8-fddd-11e5-a149-87b040886b54.html
From Ciclavia to the Art Walk, more than ever, DTLA is where things are happening, and why I’ve chosen to take a “Hot Desk” at LACI.
These are some of my neighbors at LACI— Pick My Solar. These people are changing the way solar is sold across the planet. And really fun, too!
Pick My Solar is just one of the many innovations happening at LACI, the business equivalent of baseball’s farm system: it identifies local talent, nurtures it, and helps it get to market. www.laincubator.org
What is green, growing, healthy, and rapidly adding value to real estate? Attendees of the ULI 2015 Fall Meeting in San Francisco learned that the answer to that question is locally grown food. Read more about recognizing the power of food in enhancing development here: 10.19.2015 UrbanLandOnline FallMeetingStory
CicLAvia transforms the urban streets of Los Angeles County by temporarily removing cars and opening the streets to people who ride bikes, walk, skate, jog or use other non-motorized transport. As a result, tens of thousands of people enjoy the health benefits offered by a public space that they would not otherwise be able to access. CicLAvia is partnering with UCLA and the Rand Corporation to measure health impacts and behavioral changes that are sparked by utilizing the city in this manner.