Tuesday, October 25

7:45 am – 11:45 am
Meet at 7:30 am at the Plaza
South Park: Turning Parking Lots Into Paradise
Includes coffee and snack. Some walking involved.
CM | 3.0 | $45
Downtown LA’s South Park is less than a square mile in size and has added over 2,000 new housing units since the year 2000, with over 4,000 units under construction in the neighborhood. Though this was not always the case, a decade and a half ago South Park was dominated by parking lots, warehouses, and single room occupancy hotels. Driven by the opening of a dynamic sports, new transit access, and investments in the streetscape, South Park has seen a dramatic transformation with no signs of slowing down. Tour the neighborhood on foot.


Thomas Jansen, HR&A Advisors, Inc.
Ted Tanner, AIA, Executive Vice President, Real Estate Development, AEG Worldwide

Shana Bonstin, Principal City Planner, Los Angeles Department of City Planning

Jennifer Luong, General Counsel at Greenland

Douglas Hanson, AIA, ASID, President, HansonLA Architecture