Art of Development: Unlocking Value Through Alternative Development Uses
Young Leaders Group (YLG) presents a program focusing on two shared economy concepts—food halls and co-living—to discuss how to “Unlock Value through Alternative Development Uses.” Our panel will delve into the advantages and challenges including discussions on underwriting, sourcing capital, zoning and city regulations, marketing and branding, programming and operations.
SteelCraft represents the food hall development approach with a proven outdoor eatery concept utilizing repurposed shipping contains. SteelCraft’s first proof of concept is in the Bixby Knoll’s neighborhood of Long Beach with two similar developments under construction in Bellflower and Garden Grove.
Representing co-living, Ollie, a national co-living designer and operator, offers furnished micro studios, bedrooms and micro-suites with shared community spaces to provide hotel-style conveniences fostering a live, work, play environment. Ollie has communities in New York City, Boston, Pittsburgh, and Los Angeles in operation and/or development.
This event is sponsored by ULI LA Young Leaders Group.
- Chris Bledsoe, CEO & Co-Founder, Ollie
- Dan Lee, Managing Director – Investments, Gaw Capital USA
- Martin Howard, CEO, Howard CDM; Co-Founder, SteelCraft
- Michael Bohn, Principal, Studio One Eleven
- Sandra Kulli, Founder, Kulli Marketing – Moderator
- Private $40 (Non-Member $50)
- Public/Nonprofit $30 (Non-Member $40)
- Under 35 $30 (Non-Member $40)
- Student $20 (Non-Member $30)
Light refreshments will be served.
To register, click ‘register now’ below. Please note that registration prices increase $10 after the registration deadline of January 22. Refunds will no longer be processed after January 22.
Complimentary valet parking is available in the interior parking garage adjacent to the venue at 8711 Washington Blvd between Wesleyan and Helms.
One block away from the Culver City Expo Line stop.