June 11, 2020, 5 PM
The Town of Los Gatos hosted an important live online community event featuring a discussion on the drivers and key elements that influence design outcomes resulting from General Plan policies.
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Jim is a real estate developer and strategic real estate advisor focused on the tools and techniques that lead to a more sustainable built environment. His consultancy - UrbanGreen® - advises government agencies, real estate companies and legacy landowners across the globe. In 2017, Jim founded CRAFT, a real estate company focused on incremental development and intentional place-building via urban infill techniques.
An active member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), Jim has participated in over 14 Advisory Service Panels, most recently Chairing a deep dive into Napa’s Oxbow District. He writes and speaks regularly on sustainable design, resilience, and the value of small scale, incremental development. His forthcoming book – Building Small: A Handbook for Real Estate Entrepreneurs, Civic Leaders and Great Communities – will provide a detailed look at the why and how of fine grained development based on national research and Forums over 14 cities. The book will articulate why small scale development provides a more economically resilient and socially impactful approach to building and regenerating communities, than more common institutional methods.
Trained as a landscape architect at the University of Idaho, Jim went on to receive a Masters in Real Estate Development from MIT as way to more effectively integrate economics, development and design thinking.
Eric Muzzy is a community designer with over 14 years of experience in private and public sector land planning. As a member of DAHLIN’s planning team, he has contributed to projects ranging in size from 1 - 2,500 acres, and ranging in density from 1 – 120 dwelling units per acre. With experience on both domestic and international project sites, he is involved in the planning process from early site analysis and land use plans, through final submittal document preparation. Eric’s master planning experience includes residential, resort, retail, and mixed use developments, with a specialization in hillside development planning. He employs strong communication skills, a love of hand sketching, knowledge of a wide range of planning related computer software, and a playful curiosity as he works to develop comprehensive design solutions.