Rodrigo R. Rodarte
Rodrigo is a Project Manager at BRV’s Los Angeles office with a background in real estate development and public events.
For BRV, Rodrigo has created and implemented programming and operating plans for parks and public spaces across the United States and as far as China, most notably helping to open and program the rooftop park atop the new Saleforce Transit Center in downtown San Francisco. He currently oversees programming for Dallas’s historic Fair Park, the biggest park privatization project in the country.
Prior to joining BRV, Rodrigo worked in real estate, specializing in repositioning and rehabilitating “dead space” properties into vibrant, creative assets. Most recently managing the transformation of a decommissioned boarding house into a collaborative live-work spaces, and the renovation of a 1980’s SRO building into upscale modern apartments.
Rodrigo also served as a special events coordinator for a community oriented, multinational non-profit where he organized hundreds of grassroots programs and volunteer events annually.
As a passion, Rodrigo wrote, edited, and co-produced the historical documentary “From Red State to Golden State: Soviet Jewish Immigration to the City of Angels” as part of a California Humanities grant.
His passion lies at the crossroads between place making, value creation, and creative expression.