LRK's Frank Ricks will participate in a panel discussion this Wednesday, October 10, at the Urban Land Institute’s Fall Conference in Boston. The session, "The Creative Placemaking Dividend: How Art and Culture Enhance the Bottom Line and Promote Healthy, Equitable, Thriving Places,” will explore the following questions: Does an investment in art and culture yield a return? If it does, what is the return? Is the return purely financial or are there other benefits? And who benefits—developers, investors, the community, the government, or some or all of these?
Frank will discuss the impacts of arts integration at Crosstown Concourse.
The Residences at La Cantera was recently featured on the ULI's website as a case study for their Urban Resilience Program. Projects featured in the Urban Resilience Program showcase real estate developments that incorporate resilient design measures with positive financial and operational outcomes. Hailey Ghalib, managing director of the USAA Realty Company and national director of its multifamily development program, said that "drought in San Antonio is a way of life, and addressing that within the building design made total sense to us." The Residences at La Cantera was designed to both conserve and recycle water and meets Texas Green certification standards. Read more.
LRK is proud of its involvement with ULI-the Urban Land Institute both locally in the Dallas area and nationally, and we are honored to be a sponsor of the 2016 ULI Fall Meeting. LRK’s commitment to designing and creating sustainable thriving communities is synonymous with ULI’s mission and reflected in the designs of multiple projects throughout Texas, including The McKenzie in Dallas; The James, Tate at Tanglewood, and CityWest in Houston; Burnet Flats and Presidio in Austin; and The Residences at La Cantera in San Antonio.
Dedicated to supporting ULI-the Urban Land Institute both locally and nationally, LRK is a proud sponsor of the 2015 ULI Spring Meeting in Houston.
LRK is proud of its involvement with ULI-the Urban Land Institute both locally and nationally and we are honored to be a sponsor of the 2014 ULI Fall Meeting in New York City. LRK’s commitment to designing and creating sustainable thriving communities is synonymous with ULI’s mission and reflected in the designs of multiple ULI Award for Excellence projects including Memphis Ballpark Neighborhood, Harbor Town and Orlando's Baldwin Park.