Tweetie Bird In exchange for struggling in the crowded city, the poorest artist can be enriched by the ideas circulating for free. [More from ccoletta]

August 9, 2003

//View Show

About the Show

Neisen Kasdin is the former Mayor of the City of Miami Beach. His public service career spanned more than 20 years. He was elected to the Miami City Commission in 1991 where he served for six years before being elected mayor. He is partner in the law firm of Gunster Yoakley & Stewart in Miami and is the Urban Land Institute District Council Chairman for Southeast Florida and the Caribbean.

Terry Shook is president and co-founder ofÊShook Kelley. He has worked with major developers in the U.S. and Australia and is considered one of the nation's top experts in district planning and urban retail design. Terry is an annual lecturer in the Professional Development Program at Harvard University and speaks regularly for the Urban Land Institute on topics relating to urban design. He is accredited by the American Institute of Architects. The Urban Land Institute and the 2003 ULI Awards for Excellence jury has selected two Shook Kelley projects, the Charlotte Trolley and Birkdale Village, as finalists in this year's competition.

No MP3 available at this time

Related Shows

Charter Schools and Eating Locally

This week on Smart City: Both Barack Obama and John McCain embrace…


Tall Buildings and Public Spaces

This week on Smart City: Public space is important in both cities…

Architecture and Design

Richard Florida and Meg Cheever

This week on Smart City Richard Florida is our guest. He predicted…


Ed Glaeser and Randy Gragg

This week on Smart City we'll examine cities in history and…

Architecture and Design

Sign Up for the
Smart City Newsletter