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KPF's 415 Natoma, a mixed-use project in San Francisco that topped out in March 2021. Image courtesy of Brookfield Properties and Steelblue.

KPF's 415 Natoma, a mixed-use project in San Francisco that topped out in March 2021. Image courtesy of Brookfield Properties and Steelblue.

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Angela Wu to Participate in SPUR Webinar on the Future of San Francisco

On April 21, the Director of KPF’s San Francisco office will discuss how the pandemic has caused a reset for the city and what opportunities lie ahead for the downtown area.

Angela Wu will be joined by seven other professionals in the SPUR webinar titled, “Downtown on a Precipice: Imagining the San Francisco of Tomorrow.” The event will give a platform to each of the panelists to share ideas and concepts for what the future holds for San Francisco and how to shape the city in beneficial ways as neighborhoods reopen and employees return to offices. The presentations will be followed by a Q&A.

Wu will be joined by Andrea Evans of Tipping Point Community, Andrew Robinson of East Cut Community Benefit District, Cassandra Costello of SF Travel, Deborah Cullinan or Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Brian Wiedenmeier of San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, Maia Small of San Francisco Planning Department, and Hao Ko of Gensler.

SPUR is a nonprofit organization that focuses on public policy in the San Francisco Bay Area. The talk will take place on Wednesday, April 21 at 12:30 PM PT (3:30 ET). Register for the event here.