The panel, ‘5M – A Great Urban Design Solution for Living, Working & Playing,’ centered around the 5M district, a four-acre neighborhood that includes the recently opened 415 Natoma. Panelists discussed the entitlement process and the features that prove the neighborhood is engineered to meet the tenant needs of the future. Angela provided insight into KPF’s design for 415 Natoma, which offers state-of-the-art workspace for tech tenants in addition to public spaces that activate the neighborhood with greenery and amenities.
Angela was joined by three panelists from Brookfield Properties: Cutter MacLeod, Director, Asset Manager; Swathi Bonda, Senior Director; and Christie Donnelly, Development Director. Elizabeth Hart, Vice Chairman of Newmark, moderated the panel.
The event took place in person and over Zoom from 3:30 to 6 PM PT on May 19th. Those who attended in person toured the site after the presentation. Learn more about the event here.