Los Angeles Municipal Development Corporation
With over 7,500 parcels, the City of Los Angeles is one of the largest municipal real estate managers in the country; however, the City lacks a centralized office or agency in charge of leading and organizing the City’s asset strategy. City Controller Ron Galperin has proposed the creation of a Los Angeles Municipal Development Corporation (LAMDC), a City-controlled non-profit that would oversee the City’s real estate asset strategy, utilize private sector expertise to achieve public objectives, and leverage the City’s underutilized economic development tools. Join us to learn more about the LAMDC.
Special Guest: Office of City Controller Ron Galperin
Civil and Human Rights Ordinance and Commission
City Council President Wesson and City Councilmember Cedillo led an effort to establish a Civil and Human Rights Ordinance and Commission to investigate and enforce prohibition of discrimination by individuals and corporations in employment, housing, medical
services, businesses, and other establishments. This new law would expand the City’s powers, and potentially shift this capacity from the State to the City. Come to learn more about the possible impacts of this new law and the recently established Commission.
Special Guest: Arturo Chavez, Office of Councilmember Gil Cedillo
DTLA Real Estate Market Update
Join us to hear the latest updates on Downtown’s real estate market with highlights from the Downtown Center BID’s Q2 Market Report. The presentation will cover an array of key real estate metrics and news for residential, office, retail, hospitality, civic and cultural uses.
Special Guest: Nick Griffin, Downtown Center Business Improvement District
|DATE:||October 23, 2019|
|TIME:||8:30 am - 10:00 am|
Central City Association
626 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90017