Managing Director, Asia Pacific

Phil Kim is a Shareholder and Managing Director Asia Pacific at the Jerde Partnership, Inc. He focuses on placemaking and building of complex urban projects that has helped rejuvenate key Asia cities as well as six current projects in Australia. He advises cities and developers on innovations in mixed-use design, retail, entertainment, urban revitalization, vertical cities and building social sustainability. Roppongi Hills in Tokyo, Langham Place Hong Kong and the Quay Quarters precinct are some of the notable projects and representative of a people-based design that draws over one billion visitors to Jerde projects around the world annually in twenty countries. He is also an Urban Land Institute Governing Global Trustee, an Asia Pacific Executive Committee Member, and Co-Chair of the Urban Plan program in Hong Kong.

Speaking at the Following:

Jun 5

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Experiential Retail – Delivering the “Un-Amazonable” and “Instagrammable”

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Hennessy Room, Level 7, Conrad Hong Kong

How are malls adapting to fight the rising tide of e-tailing?

Jun 6

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

UrbanPlan – City Building through the Lens of Gen Z

12:10 PM – 12:30 PM
Grand Ballroom, Lower Lobby, Conrad Hong Kong

The UrbanPlan is ULI's unique educational programme that teaches the fundamentals of real estate development and urban planning. In place in the USA since 2003, the UrbanPlan is now being rolled out in Asia. In this session, a group of high-school students from Hong Kong's ISF Academy recounts their experience of one of the region's first UrbanPlan courses.

Jun 6

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

UrbanPlan Conversation@Lunch

12:35 PM – 1:35 PM
Conrad Hong Kong Lobby Lounge

Come meet our member leaders who have championed ULI’s Asia Pacific UrbanPlan programme. Over the past three months, the programme has been piloted in Hong Kong, Manila and Singapore. UrbanPlan is a great education initiative targeted at students from high schools to universities, as well as the public services sector. Join this session to discover more about the programme, how you can help, and how it impacts local communities.