Small Development Roundtable
The political, design, economic, and social impacts of large infill development are increasingly being felt in Providence and cities across the country. Yet, even as historic neighborhoods of small mixed-use and multifamily buildings soar in value, very little new development is taking this smaller, more incremental, more diverse form. How can we unlock small-scale development in New England? Join developers, planners, architects, activists, entrepreneurs and others for a series of discussions on rejuvenating the practice of incremental development.
Admission fee supports food and beer. Capacity is limited, so register now -- we look forward to your participation! Register HERE
"Guerrilla Development" with Anna Mackay
Guerrilla Development is a real estate company defined by its unique combination of design chops, social values, and business smarts. They target sites that are often overlooked by larger institutional firms and bring to life projects are social experiments disguised as buildings, designed to benefit the economic and social welfare of the neighborhoods where they reside. Guerrilla measures success in social capital and asset value. Their goal is to create spaces that highlight strong design, invite participation, and act as gathering points for the community - all while providing financial returns to their investors. By maintaining long-term involvement in their properties, Guerrilla works to create the best environment for their tenants to thrive.
Anna Mackay is development manager and right-hand woman at Guerrilla Development. She has recently relocated from Portland, OR to Boston, MA where she is sniffing out the next Guerrilla project.