Monthly Archives: May 2012

Public Art in Transit

By Dan Rosenfeld How public art at two downtown Los Angeles transit-oriented developments came to generate ongoing income for a private developer and local government. Public art in transit-oriented developments presents a valuable marketing opportunity, both for public agencies and private developers. Dollar for dollar, investments in public art may provide the highest financial returns of any funds committed to an aspect of a transit project. Click here to read the rest of the article in Urban Land Magazine.

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Transit Districts Revealed as Key to Growth and Jobs

ULI Los Angeles’ 3rd Annual Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Summit Is June 7 at USC Transformative Strategies Will Be Showcased by MTA, U.S. General Services Administration and State of California LOS ANGELES, Calif. — The 3rd annual TOD Summit by ULI Los Angeles will unveil compelling information about how Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is now the most effective development and revitalization tool in Southern California. Among the evidence presented at the TOD Summit will be new data on developments expanding around the Red Line and new Expo Line from Los Angeles County Metropolitan … Read More

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