Marvin Malecha

New Ideas in Architecture for San Diego

Marvin Malecha sat down to talk about the opportunities ahead and what student architects could contribute to bettering San Diego. Here are some highlights.

East Village Workshop South

East Village South Workshop on April 2nd

This is the East Village moment and we need your participation. Space is limited.

Artist Theaster Gates | IDEA District | Photo by Phaidon books via Chicago Tribune | Facebook Image design by Kismet Ideas

How to be a good neighbor with Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates, artist, planner, developer, activist, preservationist, neighbor has the energy of a presidential candidate and the schedule to match.

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Putting Cities at the Center of American Innovation

A new report from Obama’s science and tech advisors outlines the case for an urban-focused technology policy.


How The East Village Is Promoting Sustainability

Interview of SD Green Building Council’s John Ambert, discussing green initiatives in downtown San Diego’s East Village, by

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East Village South Workshop on March 5th


MIT Enterprise Forum: Fireside Chat with Mark Bowles

This is a unique opportunity to meet one of San Diego’s most successful entrepreneurs. If you are an entrepreneur, or are considering starting your own company, don’t miss this rare chance to learn from one of the experts, as well as ask your own questions.

Sustainability in the East Village - San Diego Green Building Council

Sustainability in the East Village: Event!

The USGBC-SD in partnership with the International Living Future Institute is hosting a walking tour and Sustainability panel discussion for the Net Positive Energy and Water Conference in San Diego.

Thursday, February 18th :: Downtown Walking tour 12 – 2:30 pm :: Panel discussion and social hour 2:45 – 5:00 pm. Learn More.

I.D.E.A. District - IDEA1 Groundbreaking photo by Anthony Ghiglia

San Diego’s Most Influential Business Leaders

Our very own David Malmuth and Pete Garcia named two of the most influential business leaders in San Diego.


It May Take a City to Raise a Genius

Want to cook up a cluster of geniuses? Take ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic diversity, mix together in inviting “third spaces,” throw in a dash of competition and cooperation, and toss for spontaneous interaction.