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KS shares approach to building thriving communities at World Habitat Day

As part of the United Nations’ World Habitat Day recognized Monday, KS leaders and community collaborators addressed vital areas affecting “The ecosystem of a resilient city, including housing and shelter for all.”

At the UN Habitat Day & Asia-Pacific Developers Summit, KS Managing Director of Commercial Real Estate Walter Thoemmes joined a panel that addressed steps being taken to include Native Hawaiian cultural principles and values throughout the process as organizations and lawmakers work together to develop healthy, sustainable communities for future generations to thrive in.

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