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Job Posting – Associate Position – Real Estate Development / Planning / Project Management

Posted by on Jul 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Job Posting – Associate Position – Real Estate Development / Planning / Project Management

  Urban One is currently seeking to fill an Associate position.  Applicants should view the following job posting for more information: Location:             Downtown Los Angeles Job Type:             Associate (Independent Contractor) Deadline:            August 15, 2014 Hours:                  Full Time -40hrs week (minimum)   Company Description:  Urban One is a boutique Los Angeles based firm that specializes in the development and management of complex urban real estate projects for its own interest, as well as for public and...

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Union Station Master Plan Vision Boards Presented to Metro Today

Posted by on Apr 26, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Union Station Master Plan Vision Boards Presented to Metro Today

So, for those who don’t know, Metro purchased Los Angeles Union Station and 40+ acres surrounding the building last year.  They received qualifications from many world-renown architecture & planning firms.  They shortlisted six teams (EE&K, Gruen Associates/Grimshaw Architects, IBI Group/Foster + Partners, Moore Ruble Yudell and TEN Arquitectors, NBBJ/Ingenhoven Architects, and Renzo Piano Building Workshop/Parsons Transportation Group) to take part in a competition to create a master plan for the Union Station redevelopment.  The first step in the process (although...

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Infrastructure – The Lifeblood of Society by Dennis Allen

Posted by on Jul 9, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

Infrastructure – The Lifeblood of Society by Dennis Allen

Infrastructure. What is it exactly, and why should we care? Let’s start with what it is. Most people have a general understanding of the concept, but aren’t sure exactly what comprises this system of public works. Simply put – Infrastructure is the system of roads, rails, bridges, tunnels, airports, seaports, pipes, reservoirs, power plants, sewers, and related distribution systems that support our society… and that is just a partial list. An oft used, but appropriate analogy is the inner workings of the human body – the arteries, muscles, bones, and organs that keep us all alive by...

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