Revitalizing Downtown San Francisco Series: Part 2

Golden Gate - San Francisco

Event details:

Start
11:45am PST on Tuesday, November 8, 2022
End
1:30pm PST on Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Location:
Wells Fargo Penthouse
420 Montgomery St.
San Francisco , CA

**New Luncheon Location**

 

Prices

$65 per person

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Attendees
This event is open to All LAI members globally.
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**New Luncheon Location**

Wells Fargo Penthouse, 420 Montgomery Street

Downtown San Francisco is changing. Emerging challenges to the district's economic vibrancy include disruptions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, shifting work/life balance patterns, competition from neighboring mixed-use office districts, and changing retail dynamics. In the last of our 2-part series, hear from LAI members and key City staff, Rich Hillis, SF Planning Director, and Anne Taupier, Director of Development at the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development, on the City’s efforts to revitalize Downtown San Francisco.

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Our Speakers:

Rich Hillis, San Francisco Planning Department

Rich Hillis was appointed Director of the San Francisco Planning Department by Mayor London Breed in March 2020. Prior to his appointment as Planning Director, Rich was Director of the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture; Deputy Director for San Francisco's Office of Economic and Workforce Development; and served on the San Francisco Planning Commission from 2012 to 2019. Rich also coaches little league baseball and is the humorist at many LAI events.

Anne Taupier, San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development

Anne Taupier serves as the Director of Development overseeing the management and entitlement of large private and public mixed-use development and affordable housing projects on behalf of the City of San Francisco. Her projects include Hunter’s Point Shipyard, 2013 America’s Cup Host City, 5M, The Plumber’s Union Development, The Conservatory of Music student housing, India Basin, the Flower Mart, Potrero Power Station and Balboa Reservoir. Prior to working in the Mayor’s Office, Anne was an investigator for the San Francisco Office of the City Attorney. Anne is a life-long trail runner and former competitive cyclist and tri-athlete.