StimULI Breakfast: A Fruitful Connection – Integrating Food and Real Estate Development
In recent years, people’s awareness and appreciation for healthy living, sustainability and the importance of community have grown significantly. Recognizing the trend, developers are increasingly integrating innovative food-related concepts into real estate projects to enhance marketability, increase profits and, at the same time, add value to the community.
Gardens and small farms are now much-desired amenities for residential developments, shipping containers are being utilized to create unique community-scaled dining and gathering places, and imaginative restaurants, markets and food halls are becoming project anchors that attract other tenants and can elevate or revitalize a neighborhood.
Some examples of this trend include Rossoblu at City Market South, TASTE Food Hall at FIGat7th, SteelCraft, The Pour Company, Grand Central Market and the upcoming Culver Public Market. Developments such as these not only produce economic value but also contribute to more healthy, vibrant and sustainable communities.
We have assembled a panel of industry leaders from various segments – development, culinary and design, who are at the forefront of incorporating food into place-making strategies, to share their experiences and insights. Please join us for an inspiring discussion on this impactful and far-reaching trend.
- Michael Bohn, Senior Principal, Studio One Eleven
- John Nahas, VP – Investments, Regency Centers
- Alexis Readinger, Founding Principal, Preen
- Steve Samson, Owner/Chef, Rossoblu
- Rachael Zanetos, Director of Leasing, Brookfield
- Clare De Briere, ULI Los Angeles Chair, Founder, C+C Ventures, Moderator
- 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 the last day to request a refund will be June 18. Registration prices will increase by $10 after June 18.
To register, click register now below or call 1-800-321-5011.
Parking is available for $13 across the street at the Los Angeles Central Library 524 South Flower Street Garage. For additional parking options, visit the Best Parking website.