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12 episodes

PLACECAST is a conversation about how we think about—and reinvent—our towns and cities. We interview a wide variety of individuals on the cutting edge of the industry.

Episodes

PLACECAST #12 COFFEE, COVID, AND CONVERSATION: PARIS RUTHERFORD
2020 May 16
Paris Rutherford has created market-leading mixed-use and residential districts, delivering profitable urban investment that capitalizes on the broader desire for Great Places for over 30 years.
PLACECAST #11 COFFEE, COVID, AND CONVERSATION: CHANCE SPARKS
2020 May 13
Chance has a passion for working with citizens, community stakeholders and cities to identify visions and help find effective, innovative means of achieving goals. He enjoys presenting new planning techniques to help people discover ideas that hadn't occurred to them and thrives on opportunities to help people learn more about planning and best practices.
PLACECAST #10 COFFEE, COVID, AND CONVERSATION: TERRY LANTRIP
2020 May 06
Consultant in the growing Tiny House movement and real estate investor. Creator of America’s first Tiny Home Village.
PLACECAST #9 COFFEE, COVID, AND CONVERSATION: ROB PARSONS
2020 May 02
Rob has a broad background in planning and urban design with a focus on master planning, entitlements, planned development zoning work, downtown corridor planning and economic and environmental analysis.
PLACECAST #8 COFFEE, COVID, AND CONVERSATION: MIKE LYDON
2020 Apr 29
Mike Lydon is a Principal of Street Plans, an award-winning planning, design, and research-advocacy firm. Mike is an internationally recognized advocate for livable cities and was named by Planetizen as one of the 100 most influential urbanists.
PLACECAST #7 COFFEE, COIVD, AND CONVERSATION: WILL SMITH
2020 Apr 25
Associate Instructional Dean, Real Estate Agent, and Developer
PLACECAST #6 SPACES TO PLACES: JOSH SANTILLAN
2020 Apr 22
Josh Santillan formed the nonprofit Central Arts in a once-vacant shopping center. The art group offers classes, special events, concerts, and puts art pieces in vacant storefronts in effort to bring other businesses to his city.
PLACECAST #5 COFFEE, COVID, AND CONVERSATION: EMILY BROWN
2020 Apr 18
A community and economic developer with over a decade of experience working across organizations in small towns, multi-county regions, states and universities. I am a creative and strategic thinker with a background in real estate and economic development, I am interested in how design and land use influence the economy of a city.
PLACECAST #4 COFFEE, COVID, AND CONVERSATION: MONTE ANDERSON
2020 Apr 151h 10m 5s
Monte is a 25-year real estate veteran and co-founder of the Incremental Development Alliance. He is involved in sales, leasing, property management, development, and construction in Southern Dallas and Northern Ellis Counties.
PLACECAST #3 CITY SPEAK: BRANDON PALANKER
2020 Apr 111h 6m 24s
Brandon is an urbanist, co-creator of crowdsourced placemaking, and has helped lead over 15 million square feet of walkable mixed-use development.