ULI San Francisco: City of Dublin TAP Presentation


2021-06-29T14:00:00 - 2021-06-29T15:30:00

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    Join ULI SF for a free webinar to hear ULI Member TAP recommendations to the City of Dublin regarding one of the last large undeveloped parcels in the area.  
    The City of Dublin has engaged a ULI SF Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) to provide input and recommendations on land uses that optimize the synergy between land use, economic development, and community compatibility for the SCS property. The SCS property is a 77-acre site in Dublin and is the last large, undeveloped parcel in the Eastern Dublin Specific Plan area. The site has a history of proposed developments that have not come to fruition, with At Dublin, a proposed mixed-use project, being the most recent. The ULI SF Technical Assistance Panel includes a variety of experts in various fields of development.
    • Jim Heid, Founding Partner, UrbanGreen Advisors and CraftWork Development (Chair)
    • Riki Nishimura, Principal, Populous (Vice Chair)
    • Jessica von Borck, Director - Land Use Planning, Stanford University (Vice Chair)
    • Elizabeth Kuwada, Associate Director of Real Estate Development, Mercy Housing
    • Josh Roden, President, Brookfield Properties Development - Northern California Land & Housing
    • Nell Selander, Deputy Director - Economic & Community Development, City of South San Francisco
    • David Shiver, Principal, BAE Urban Economics
    • Mariana Ricker, Associate, SWA Group (TAP Writer)
    ULI SF invites you to the final TAP presentation during which panelist will share their findings and summarize the major recommendations that will be included in their report. This presentation will take place virtually on Tuesday, June 29 from 2:00 to 3:30 PM Pacific Time.
    About TAPs
    ULI San Francisco’s Technical Assistance Panels (TAPs) provide expert, multidisciplinary advice to local governments, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations facing complex land use and real estate issues in the greater Bay Area. Drawing from our seasoned professional membership base, ULI SF offers objective and responsible guidance on a variety of land use and real estate issues ranging from site-specific projects to public policy questions.