Filmed October 8, 2015, at the ULI Fall Meeting in San Francisco.
Our cities are in a continual state of physical and economic reinvention. This process has been accelerated in the last decade by the desire of creative companies to locate within the urban core. This session will take an indepth look at two major projects in which obsolete commercial properties have been transformed into marketleading anchors of nowthriving neighborhoods through visionary investment, design and risktaking: TMG’s 680 Folsom Street in San Francisco, a former utility building now home to two major tech companies, and Sterling Bay’s 1K Fulton in Chicago, transformed from a meat cold storage facility into offices for Google and other firms.
- Gregory W. Hummel of Bryan Cave, LLP
- Michael Covarrubias of TMG Partners
- Matt Field of TMG Partners
- John Gavin of Sterling Bay
- Patrick O’Connor of Sterling Bay