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1028 Market Project Update + Community Conversation: Development and Planning in SF
May 11, 2016 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am PDT
What is the state of development and planning in San Francisco?
Join the 1028 Market team for their monthly project update! Learn about the planned mixed-use development that will replace the Hall, which has always been planned as a temporary use of space while the development team pursues approvals for the larger project. Come with questions and opinions! We want to hear your thoughts.
They’ll be joined by experts in planning in development in San Francisco: Marlo Sandler from SF Planning, Kim-Mai Cutler of Tech Crunch, and Rob Poole from the SF Housing Action Coalition. They’ll share their experience and observations of the development and planning landscape in San Francisco in a lively discussion and Q&A.
Attendance is FREE, but RSVP required. Pastries and Coffee from Equator Coffees, provided by the 1028 Market Project Team.
Rob Poole is the Project Manager at the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition, a member-supported non-profit that advocates for more housing at levels of affordability. He holds a BA in Anthropology and minor in City Planning from UC Berkeley and is passionate about making cities great places for people to live.
Kim-Mai Cutler is a technology journalist and contributor to TechCrunch. She has worked for Bloomberg, VentureBeat and The Wall Street Journal. She led mobile coverage at Inside Network, a six-person media startup that was acquired by WebMediaBrands in 2011. She specializes in covering gaming, distribution and monetization of mobile applications and venture financing. She attended UC Berkeley and was editor of the student paper The Daily Californian. She has lived in London, New York, Buenos Aires and Hanoi and speaks Spanish and some conversational Vietnamese.
Marlo Sandler is the Market Street Project Manager for the San Francisco Planning Department, leading a variety of projects and intiatives to revitalize San Francisco’s most important corridor. Marlo works across numerous City agencies, in collaboration with real estate developers, local businesses, community-based organizations, and neighborhood stakeholders to address the multitude of land use, design, social, and economic issues that are confronting the City.