Assistant Professor
Florida State University

Minjee Kim is an Assistant Professor at Florida State University’s Department of Urban and
Regional Planning. She studies the relationship between real estate development and urban
planning and writes about land value capture, large-scale real estate developments, public
private partnerships, and equitable developments. She earned her PhD and Master’s degrees
from MIT and has multiple years of experience working in local governments including the cities
of Boston and Cambridge. She strives to identify how planners and policymakers can work with
real estate developers to further equitable development outcomes. She is also the sole author of
a forthcoming report published by the ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing on the issues of
diversity and inclusion in master-planned communities.

Speaking at the Following:

Mar 29

Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Master Planned Communities: Solving the Housing Equation

8:00am – 9:30am
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, Salon 5-8 (Salon Level 2)

This interactive discussion will explore how homebuilders and Master planned community developers are working together to realize projects and create more attainable housing in an increasingly complex and challenging market. Hear “real deal, real numbers” examples of communities that either opened recently or are at later stages of buildout, and how the most creative MPC […]