360 Look at a Win-Win Public Engagement: 1028 Market Street

APA California Chapter, Northern Section

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Thursday, July 20, 2017
8 a.m. - 10 a.m. CDT

San Francisco, CA, United States

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Overview

Join us to dive into the unique development of 1028 Market Street from a 360 degree perspective of the public process with representatives from the developer, the community, and the city. 1028 Market Street is a recently entitled mixed-use residential and retail project located in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood. This property is known for its creative use of the vacant building during the entitlement process, as it transformed into the beloved, yet temporary, “The HallTidewater Capital, the building’s developers, transformed the street level space into a food hall that provided storefront space to local vendors, activated the streetscape, and served as a gathering place for the community to discuss what they wanted to see in the new development. This morning program will be held at The Hall, which will be closing later this Fall. Come join us to learn about this unique (and successful) approach to community engagement in San Francisco.

This program is part of ULI SF’s Housing the Bay, a member-driven initiative to tackle some of the root causes of our housing shortage and deliver innovative solutions in the realms of financing, construction costs, policy, and the public process. The 360 Panel is a lead-up for the Housing Summit in October, a one-day program where we will share what we have learned and our proposals for action to take forward.

Moderator:
Brooke Ray Rivera,
 Executive Director, Build Public

Panelists:
Ilana Lipsett – Impact and Engagement Director, Tidewater Capital
Randy Shaw – Executive Director, Tenderloin Housing Clinic
Marlo Sandler – Project Manager, San Francisco Planning Department 

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Schedule:
8:00-8:30 – Registration &  Networking
8:30-9:00 – Speaker Presentations
9:00-9:30 – Moderated Discussion
9:30-9:45 – Q & A

Cost*:
Member / Non Member
Private Sector  $25 / $35
Public & Nonprofit  $20 / $30
YLG  $20 / $30
Students  $15/ $25

A 10% discount off the non-member price is available for members of partner organizations AIA San Francisco, APA (CM – 1 pending), and the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition (SFHAC). Please contact Julie Luu with ULIsf for details.

Thank you to Xiomara Cisneros, Savlan Hauser, and Corey Smith for helping to plan this event!

For press inquiries please contact Virginia Rocha.

* Registration closes on 7/19.  There will be a $10 fee for on-site registration.

* Refunds can be made up to 48 hours in advance.

* Sponsor tickets are not available for this event. 

Resource URL

https://sf.uli.org/event/360-look-public-process-1028-market-street/

Speakers

Brooke Ray Rivera

Brooke is the Executive Director at Build Public. Build Public is an entreprenurial non-profit venture that helps design, develop and build new neighborhood-level institutions and beautiful urban places through innovative public-private partnerships. We work to rebuild trust from the ground up, while also advising local governments on how to maximize ... Read More

Ilana Lipsett

I believe in creative placemaking. I am passionate about building community in urban settings and providing space and tools for people to re-imagine their cities. I create spaces and experiences that bring people together. I co-founded freespace (www.freespace.io), a community, cultural and arts center in an abandoned warehouse ... Read More

Randy Shaw

Randy co-founded Tenderloin Housing Clinic in 1980 and has been its Executive Director since 1982. Over the past three decades, Mr. Shaw has written landmark laws and ballot initiatives improving living conditions for tenants, reducing rent increases, and preserving the city’s supply of single-room occupancy hotels (SRO’s). Randy ... Read More

Marlo Sandler

Marlo is the City Planning Project Manager for the City and County of San Francisco. Project Manager leading a variety of projects and programs to revitalize Market Street in San Francisco. Primary responsibility is to create and manage a Market Street urban development strategy, working across multiple City agencies to ... Read More

Contact Info

Virginia Rocha, virginia@calbears.com