Grace Hanoian

Parking Wars

April 7, 2023 / Comments Off on Parking Wars

We can no longer stay neutral; reasonable solutions must start to drive our decision making A woman walks into a restaurant to meet a group of friends. She proceeds to apologize for being late but explains she was looking for parking for the past 20 minutes. This sparked a vibrant discussion that opened their evening. […]

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Critical Issues Facing the Higher Education Sector: Campus 2.0 with Adam Glaser

April 6, 2023 / Comments Off on Critical Issues Facing the Higher Education Sector: Campus 2.0 with Adam Glaser

In our first of 8 videos in the series: Critical Issues Facing the Higher Education Sector, Adam Glaser discusses Campus 2.0- Creating Lifelong Engagement with Alumni How people gain workforce skills and credentials is fast evolving. How should institutions respond? We’ll explore what some are calling “Campus 2.0,” a complete rethink on how to organize […]

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Can your Downtown Benefit from Office Conversions?

March 31, 2023 / Comments Off on Can your Downtown Benefit from Office Conversions?

Many cities across the United States are faced with two enduring impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic: vacant office space in their central business districts and a high demand for housing. Many cities across the country, including New York City, San Francisco, Boston, and Atlanta, have adopted or are considering policies to encourage the conversion of […]

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10 for 10: Real Estate

March 10, 2023 / Comments Off on 10 for 10: Real Estate

As part of ESI’s year-long celebration of turning ten, we are looking back on some of our projects over the years. For the month of March, we showcase 10 projects from our real estate practice. Real estate encompasses affordable housing, transit oriented or adjacent development, open space and the environment, and other related concepts.  1. Market […]

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ESI Celebrates 10 Years!

March 3, 2023 / Comments Off on ESI Celebrates 10 Years!

In January, we marked ten years of ESI as a firm. This week, we celebrated it! Current and former staff, as well as clients and senior advisors came together to celebrate the big 1-0. Presidents Lee Huang and Peter Angelides made the following remarks: We care deeply about our work as well as who we […]

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Mini-Webinar Series: Critical Issues Facing the Higher Education Sector

March 1, 2023 / Comments Off on Mini-Webinar Series: Critical Issues Facing the Higher Education Sector

In April and May of 2023, ESI will host a series of weekly mini-webinars addressing critical issues currently facing the higher education sector. Topics will range from navigating supplier diversity, to understanding HBCUs and economic development, organizational leadership in uncertain times, as well as the current and future role international students will play at American […]

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