Kate Bartolo

Kor Group

Guest

Senior vice president for development at the Kor Group, a hotelier and developer of upscale condos and lofts; chair of Central City Association Sub-Committee on Condo Conversions; former development and land-use consultant, involved with the drafting of LA's rent stabilization ordinance, and an advocate for the use of eminent domain for development purposes

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In 2005, the US Supreme Court outraged land owners all over the country.

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