August PRBA Luncheon: Terminal One Developer, Laconia, LLC and Richmond Bay Trail Discussion with TRAC Chair Bruce Beyaert
Please join the PRBA this month at our August Luncheon at the Hotel Mac.
Bruce Beyaert is Chair of TRAC, the Trails for Richmond Action Committee and in addition serves on the Board of Directors of the San Francisco Bay Trail Project. He also is on the Advisory Committee to the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority and the City of Richmond’s Point Molate Community Advisory Committee. He served two eight-year terms on the Advisory Committee to East Bay Regional Park District’s Board of Directors and nine years on the Board of Directors of Save The Bay. His efforts toward completion of the Bay Trail in Richmond have been recognized by the Bay Area Conserves Hero award from the Trust for Public Land & Cox Enterprises, Clearwater Award for citizen efforts by the Waterfront Center in Washington, D.C., the Open Space Conservation Award by the Bay Area Open Space Council and the Excellence in Motion award by the Bay Area’s Metropolitan Transportation Commission.
- Bob Kagan and Cleve Livingston of Laconia LLC, the developer of the Terminal One project in Brickyard Cove will be giving us an update on the project.
Bob Kagan is Senior Vice President of Development at Laconia. During his 42-year career in real estate, lending, development and deal-making, Bob Kagan has had primary responsibilities for acquisitions, entitlements, financing, development, construction management and marketing for all types of real estate properties. Bob holds a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of California at Berkeley. He has taught real estate finance at the College of Business at San Francisco State University, and has been a Senior Adjunct Professor in the Graduate School of Business Administration at Golden Gate University in San Francisco for 30 years.
Cleve Livingson is an attorney in charge of entitlement, land use and legal at Laconia. A practicing attorney, Cleve Livingston has 40 years of experience with complex entitlement and land use issues. He acts as a project advocate with respect to general plan amendments, zoning, subdivision/parcel maps, use permits, variances, design review, lot line adjustments, easements, annexations, environmental impact review and reporting, resource management and conservation, wetlands and special status species permitting, traffic impact analysis and mitigation, infrastructure design and construction, development phasing, fiscal and economic impact analysis, public and private financing, affordable housing planning, risk assessment and management, market analysis, project labor agreements, CC&Rs, and public/private partnerships. Cleve’s educational credentials include: B.A., cum laude, from Harvard College; J.D., Antioch School of Law; M.P.A., Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.