Mixed Use: Building in Flexibility in a Chaotic Environment
October 12, 2015
Filmed October 8, 2015, at the ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco.
The development of mixed use and multi-use infill projects is growing as more people are drawn to urban places where they can live, work and play. By incorporating flexibility and diversity into their projects, innovative developers and investors are creating spaces that are active throughout the day, more resilient to rapidly changing market trends, and draw a diverse range of people. These exciting projects require creativity and complex planning, zoning, design, operations and communication coordination. This panel examines the early success stories and challenges presented by several ambitious projects aiming to create a sense of place and strike a balance between deliberate and organic growth in an unpredictable world.
- Jeffrey Mandel of Tishman Speyer
- Alexa C. Arena of Forest City Enterprises, Inc.
- Peter David Cavaluzzi of Perkins Eastman
- Jon Knorpp of the San Francisco Giants