The Code 53 special 2-part episode on parking in the multifamily sector concludes with a look at the future with journalist and author, Henry Grabar, and CEO and author, Clay Grubb. Hit play and glimpse a vision of how new technology, the changing nature of the commute, and infrastructure demands are shaping Multifamily’s parking future.
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Henry Grabar is a journalist who writes about cities. He’s a staff writer at Slate and a Loeb Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His work has been published in Architect, the Atlantic, the Guardian, Harper’s, the Wall Street Journal, and other outlets, and he has produced podcasts for Decoder Ring, 99 Percent Invisible, What Next, and other shows. He was the editor of The Future of Transportation anthology (Metropolis Books, 2019), and the author of Paved Paradise: How Parking Explains the World, which was published in May, 2023 by Penguin Press.
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Clay Grubb is the CEO and chairman of Grubb Properties, a vertically integrated real estate fund manager founded in 1963 that is today focused on the Essential Housing space through its Link Apartments® brand. Clay started working at the company at age 12, specializing in residential mortgage collection, and has seen how important long-term perspective is to successful investment strategies.
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Code 53 is produced in collaboration with the NMHC Emerging Leaders Committee, the Council's program for rising stars in multifamily. Thank you to the committee for helping bring this podcast to life.