Case Study: Development Accelerates in the Crenshaw Corridor: What Happens Next? – SOLD OUT!
Historically, the Crenshaw Corridor has been overlooked by the development community, which has focused north of the 10. But with neighboring Inglewood the recipient of massive stadium-related investment, the wildly expensive cost of living elsewhere in the city, and a lack of opportunities north of the 10, Crenshaw is ripe for a renaissance. At least four new major developments are planned, two of them represented by our panelists. And Metro is in the middle of construction of the $1.7 billion, 8.5 mile Crenshaw / Lax Extension line, running north-south through the entire community.
But part of Crenshaw’s attraction is its rich cultural history, particularly African-American. So inclusion has to be a vital component of this new wave of private and public investment. The panel will discuss both the allure of Crenshaw and their visions for its future.
- Private $40 (Non-member $55)
- Gov/Nonprofit $30 (Non-member $40)
- Young Leader (under 35) $30 (Non-member $40)
- Student $25 (Non-member $35)
To register, click “register now” below. Please note that registration prices increase $10 after February 2, 2018 and refunds will no longer be processed.
Light refreshments will be provided.
- Bob Hale, FAIA, Partner, Rios Clementi Hale Studios
- Fred Leeds, President, Fred Leeds Properties
- Quintin E. Primo III, Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO, Capri Capital Partners, LLC
- Danny J. Bakewell Jr., Executive Vice President of Development, The Bakewell Company, Moderator
Limited parking is available along Exposition Place and in the surrounding neighborhood. The studio is located within one block from the Expo/Crenshaw station. Use of public transit, carpooling, and ride share programs is highly encouraged.