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Green Campus LA

  1. 1. ventures | marketing la
  2. 2. RAD Ventures develops contemporary, multi-family housing throughout urban Los Angeles. Our projects transform underutilized real estate into attractive, highly functional residences. The projects’ established neighborhoods are enhanced by our extreme sensitivity to their environs. We optimize results by working with the highest quality financial and development partners.
  3. 3. marketing la RAD Marketing LA helps visionary developers create value, providing competitive marketing solutions, with a focus on innovation and design. We are not your traditional marketing company. RAD is a boutique agency, uniquely equipped to brand high end urban projects, targeted at the discerning customer. We handle projects that are positioned on the competitive edge, seeking to offer the latest in product mix, amenities and features. RAD offers clients a unique knowledge base, with a background in real estate development, combined with trend forecasting and product design for the consumer goods and entertainment industries.
  4. 4. 1100 Wilshire | Los Angeles  Former Vacant Commercial Office Building  Current Luxury-Living Offering 360 Views
  5. 5. 1100 Wilshire | Los Angeles
  6. 6.  Live/Work  Open Spaces  Earth-friendly Dogtown Station| Venice
  7. 7. Dogtown Station| Venice
  8. 8. OBAMA DELIVERS $151M TO CLEAN TECHNOLOGY This Tuesday, the Department of Energy disbursed the first federal grants for clean technology in ventures that focus on alternative forms of fuel, the development of high density lithium batteries, and a highly-refined smart electrical grid. The $151 million dollars, managed by the Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy, will go to 37 different projects to lead researchers in 17 states. So far, it is the largest stimulus award made in a single day from the Obama administration’s $787 billion stimulus package. SOLARCITY WINS A BIG INFUSION U.S. financial markets are in the doldrums, but things look bright for SolarCity. The Foster City, Calif., solar installer said Wednesday that it had received $30 million in funding to help it finance its U.S. expansion. Most of that equity -- $25 million -- is coming from First Solar Inc. of Tempe, Ariz., a manufacturer of thin-film photovoltaic solar modules, which also struck a five-year supply deal with SolarCity Corp. . KHOSLA VENTURES RAISES $1.1 BILLION TO INVEST IN GREEN TECHNOLOGY The Silicon Valley venture capital firm will finance early and mid-stage clean energy and information technology companies as well as high-risk 'science experiments.‘ In a sign that green technology investing is bouncing back, Silicon Valley venture capital firm Khosla Ventures said Tuesday that it had raised $1.1 billion to spur development of renewable energy and other clean technologies.
  9. 9. L.A. Makes Play to Become World’s Clean Tech Capital - The Green Economy Post LOS ANGELES –Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa joined local university presidents and business leaders to announce CleanTech Los Angeles, a partnership between the City of Los Angeles, local world class academic and research institutions, and the business community. CleanTech Los Angeles is a multi-agency collaboration between the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles (CRA/LA), California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (DWP), NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), UCLA, and USC to establish Los Angeles as the global leader in research, commercialization, and deployment of clean technologies. The ultimate goal is a lofty one: to become the global capital of clean technology.
  10. 10. 398 LA Area has 817 green businesses compared to 590 in the Bay Area 208 202 173 131 Los San Diego Orange Santa Alameda Angeles Clara Sources: Mayor’s Office / Environmental Defense Fund, 2009
  11. 11. 5860 Jefferson Blvd - 3475 La Cienega Blvd. A Quote from Mayor Villaraigosa “The rail cars on the Gold Line to the San Gabriel Valley, the Crenshaw line, and the Expo line will proudly bear the label ‘Made in LA,’ and at a time when most cities are losing jobs, we will be bringing them back home.“
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  13. 13.  4.7 acres  300,000 sq. ft. (1.5/1F.A.R)  Commercial, supportive service (restaurant), 29 Live/Work units, varying heights 3-6 stories.  Uses: green production groups, research product and design, companies small businesses, environmental think tanks, corporate headquarters , limited product development/production/testing, etc.  Entertainment in Los Angeles brings $38 billion annually and produces 117, 000 jobs. Entertainment production is now evolving into a green industry.  Parties to Loan – City of Los Angeles/CDD & Applicant  HUD states the funding of this project meets the national policy objective to assist low and moderate income residents, through job creation.  520 Full Time Jobs  HUD requires 3 years to end of construction - 5 years to hiring  In Enterprise Zone
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