Mass timber is a build material of the future, and these projects prove it

Tim Gokhman New Land Enterprises

Aug 2019

Discussing the tallest mass timber building in the Western Hemisphere with Tim Gokhman, Director at New Land Enterprises.

On this episode I’m speaking with Tim Gokhman, Director at New Land Enterprises – a boutique, pioneering real estate development firm specializing in mixed-use residential and commercial real estate.

New Land focuses on creating built environments at the neighborhood scale, striving to create memorable spaces, focused on user experience, believing that cities thrive when they're diverse, walkable, and culturally vibrant.

Recent innovations include Black Cat Alley, a defunct alley turned public arts space and Ascent – the tallest mass timber building in the Western Hemisphere.

Tim has also been a featured speaker at the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) conference in Dubai, as well as various real estate panels.

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