March 3, 2015 Leave a comment
This is a guest post by Ray Chetti. He is an urban planner by education and retail development consultant by profession who is interested in keeping up with the most recent retail development, urban planning, and design trends. Ray is a Korean American whose hometown is Long Island, New York, USA. He is now based in Seoul, Korea and is working as a project manager at Reurbanist, a retail development consultancy that blends land use economics with urban planning and economic development to help public and private sector clients realize the potential of their retail project. Ray is the founding and head chair of the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Young Leaders Group (YLG) South Korea chapter, a global non-profit organisation that is responsible for bringing together like minded real estate professionals with the intent of sharing knowledge through events and gatherings in order to improve our built environments. You can connect with him on LinkedIn or reach him on Twitter @rjchetti.
Views expressed are his own.
I first thought of undertaking the Seoul Plaza Proposal by Reurbanist project about 2 years ago in 2013 when I was working full time at an office nearby to Seoul City Hall. Read more of this post