The CIVIQ Speaker Series continues with “Hip Hop Is New Urbanism” on September 29
Chattanooga Design Studio’s popular CIVIQ speaker series returns with “Hip Hop is New Urbanism,” presented by Bruzenskey Bois at the Waterhouse Pavilion, Miller Plaza, Thursday, September 29 at 5:30 p.m.
Mr. Bois is a real estate investor and developer based in Tampa, Florida. A first-generation Haitian American, Bruzenskey hails from Miami, Florida and graduated from the University of South Florida with a BA in communications and undergraduate studies in architecture.
He is also a Certified Apartment Manager recognized by the National Apartment Association and has worked in the property management industry since 2011. In 2019, Bruzenskey joined People Places and is responsible for managing over $6 million in commercial and multi-family real estate assets.
Currently, Bruzenskey serves on the Government Affairs Committee of the Bay Area Apartment Association, the Next Gen Committee of the National Town Builders Association, Senior Advisor to the Tullahassee MORE Commission (Organized Mayors for Reparations and Equity), and co-founder of Congressional Black Caucus for New Urbanism.
Bruzenskey was recently featured in the Washington Post and Oklahoma City Free Press for his Bois & Peters LLC investment group working in historic black cities and neighborhoods. Currently, they have partnership agreements in Tullahassee, OK; New Port Richey, Florida; Oklahoma City, okay; and Harlem, NY.
Admission is free but registration is strongly encouraged.
To register: eventbrite.com
CIVIQ: A series of lectures in honor of Robert Taylor are presented by the Chattanooga Design Studio in partnership with the Lyndhurst Foundation.