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Date(s) - November 20, 2020
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Clyde's of Gallery Place
707 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001


Program Description: Uwe Brandes from Georgetown University will discuss The Place Leadership Project (PLP), a community-based participatory research initiative that has identified over 50 dedicated place management organizations in the National Capital Region. Several of these organizations are globally significant innovators whose mission is tied to a dedicated geographic district within the metropolitan landscape. “Place” has become a strategic organizing principle for stakeholders to plan, develop, invest, curate and empower communities in cities. Place management organizations include Business Improvement Districts (BIDs), Main Street and Downtown associations, and economic development and tourism organizations, among others. PLP advances a community of professional practice which embraces the innovative position of the Washington, D.C. region as an international leader in place management and performance-based urban sustainability.

Speaker Bio: Uwe Brandes is professor of the practice, faculty director of the Urban & Regional Planning Program and faculty director of the Georgetown Global Cities Initiative at Georgetown University. Brandes is a distinguished scholar-practitioner in the field of urban design and sustainable urban development, with more than 25 years of experience in the planning, design, and development of new buildings, the public realm, land use controls and development partnerships. He serves as chair of the D.C. Commission on Climate Change and Resiliency.

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