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A discussion about the Hillcrest redevelopment
September 28 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us on Zoom at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 28, as speakers from the City of Saint Paul and the Saint Paul Port Authority share the latest about the Hillcrest golf course redevelopment project.
The Saint Paul Port Authority has a multi-faceted vision for the Hillcrest redevelopment project. They believe Hillcrest will soon represent the largest investment in Saint Paul’s East Side. This project will bring much-needed housing and jobs to the East Side, but not at the expense of health and wellness. Every decision made will be done through the lens of environmental sustainability. In the Port Authority’s quest to create a carbon-free community, with the first LEED for Communities Platinum certification in the world, they will do all they can to ensure natural resources are not depleted in the process. Key features currently being discussed include rooftop solar, geothermal energy, and best-in-class storm management systems.
- Monte Hilleman, Saint Paul Port Authority, Senior Vice President of Real Estate Development
- Mike Richardson, City of Saint Paul, Senior City Planner
About Monte Hillman: Monte came to Saint Paul Port Authority in 2005. In his role as senior vice president of real estate development, and leader of the development team, Monte is responsible for redeveloping brownfield properties for light industrial use and leading Saint Paul Port Authority’s real estate consulting services across Minnesota. Monte has an additional 10 years of experience working on brownfield redevelopment and economic development. He holds a B.A. in urban studies from the University of Minnesota and serves on the board of directors for the Minnesota Chapter of U.S. Green Building Council.
About Mike Richardson: Mike has been working as a planner for the City of Saint Paul for about seven years. He has a background in planning and landscape architecture and in addition to supporting the Hillcrest planning effort, has worked on the Ford Site and done neighborhood planning for Macalester-Groveland and the Greater East Side.