StimULI Breakfast – Breaking New Ground on the LA River: The Future of the River and Real Estate – SOLD OUT
Over the past fifty years, the Los Angeles River has been solely thought of as a flood control channel running from Canoga Park to the Port of Long Beach. However, ongoing transformation of the 51-mile concrete channel into a revitalized linear park has emerged as a catalyst for new opportunities and connectivity in once forgotten neighborhoods. Similar to many major cities, revitalization of rivers and railroads into public spaces—such as New York’s High Line and San Antonio’s River Walk—adds value to surrounding neighborhoods through economic, social and physical health benefits.
The Master Plan goals combined with public and private investment along the River is unlocking new real estate opportunities for repositioning underutilized assets and new mixed-use commercial and residential developments. However, various challenges come along with these opportunities and require collaboration between public agencies, private investors, and community stakeholders.
Panelists will elaborate on the LA River Master Plan’s vision and key milestones as well as hone in on projects that highlight the opportunities along the River from public open space to real estate developments reconnecting the public to the River. The panel pulls together leading experts on the Los Angeles River to share with us how to bring this vision of river revitalization to reality.
- Carolyn Hull, Executive Director, Activate LA, Moderator
- Jennifer Samson, Director of Real Estate Development, River LA
- Helen Leung, Co-Executive Director, LA-Más
- Christopher Piña, LARiverWorks, Office of Mayor Garcetti
- Frank Gallo, Vice President, Rancho Cold Storage (670 Mesquit)
- Private $45 (Non-member $60)
- Gov/Nonprofit $35 (Non-member $50)
- Young Leader (under 35) $35 (Non-member $50)
- Student $25 (Non-member $35)
Continental breakfast will be provided. Please note that registration prices increase $10 after April 24th and is the last day to request a refund.
To register, click register now below, download a registration form or call 1-800-321-5011.
Please note parking is not included. Parking in the building costs $28. Other parking lots within three-four blocks can be located by using the “Best Parking” website.