Author: Juanita Hardy
Juanita Hardy is the founder and managing principal of Tiger Management Consulting Group, a Silver Spring, Maryland–based leadership and business consulting services firm specializing in executive coaching across industries and creative placemaking in the real estate industry. Hardy was the ULI Senior Visiting Fellow for Creative Placemaking from 2016 to 2019 and now serves the Institute in a consulting role. She cofounded Millennium Arts Salon, an art education initiative, in 2000.
Articles by Juanita Hardy
- Creative Placemaking: Experts Study Creating a Distinctive Sense of Place
Published on July 18, 2023 in Economy, Market & Trends
As creative placemaking has proliferated in the real estate industry, questions regarding its costs and benefits have often surfaced: What is the cost and what is the business case? Does it enhance the value of real estate? And what value is delivered?
- Leveraging Creative Placemaking in Equitable Development
Published on November 04, 2020 in Planning & Design
Early engagement with the community and inclusion of culturally significant art can create developments that benefit the existing community and lead to greater return on investment.
- The Business Case for Creative Placemaking
Published on October 05, 2018 in Planning & Design
Weaving creative and artistic elements into a project from its earliest stages can yield long-term benefits.
- Five Steps toward Implementing Creative Placemaking
Published on October 19, 2017 in Planning & Design
With the community as an ally, developers can leverage the benefits of art, culture, and design.
- 10 Best Practices for Creative Placemaking
Published on April 26, 2017 in Planning & Design
Creative placemaking, an innovation that involves bringing art and culture in tandem with design to the beginning of a real estate development project, is gaining momentum around the globe, from small rural communities to large urban areas.
- Growing Value through Creative Placemaking
Published on October 11, 2016 in Planning & Design
When art and cultural features take center stage in development, benefits accrue to the whole community.