In the spirit of building legacy and keeping it real, Hunter Johnson, CEO of TONO Group, sits down for a Q&A on trusting your gut, taking risks, and challenges faced over the past year.
In many cases, urban growth is the product of small, cost-effective changes. Flipping a vacant lot into a pop-up beer garden can inject new life into an underutilized city street and pave the way even greater impact.
There is a better way to create meaningful places, and it begins with aligning the right people, in the right place, for the right reasons. The saying that “whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well” rings truer than ever in the world of real estate development. We have an amazing opportunity to make powerful contributions to the future of our communities. If ever there was a time and place to take inspired action over simply required action, it is now.
Read a letter from TONO Group’s owner and managing principal, D. Hunter Johnson, AIA, about the company’s recent changes and vision for the future.
Hunter wrote an op-ed piece for Fine Living Lancaster six years ago. Read it and see if you can trace his thoughts for what would become the other entities of TONO Group.