Speaking at open lunch event this FridayAnd here are the details:
The HPRA speaker this Friday is Houston blogger Tory Gattis, who will discuss his work with urban scholar Joel Kotkin and his optimistic views about Houston as a city that allows rapid social mobility for citizens "as an alternative to the popular smart growth, new urbanism, and creative class movements."
More on Opportunity Urbanism here. Full-color bound copies of the report will be given to attendees.
Houston Property Rights Association
PUBLIC INVITED: $16 Courtyard Restaurant, 1885 St. James Place, no RSVP needed
(Directions: The Courtyard is south of San Felipe, west of Yorktown, and east of Chimney Rock.)
Friday July 24, 2009
Buffet lunch — assemble from 12 to 12:30 — Presentation 12:30 to 1:30 or maybe later
Hope to see you there!
Labels: opportunity urbanism