Arts-Based Community Development Convening
Transforming Post-Industrial Cities through Art and Innovation
April 12 through 14, 2012 - St. Louis

Timothy Tucker

St. Louis, Missouri


Timothy M. Tucker most recently served as the Vice President of Real Estate & Community Development for the St. Louis County Economic Council’s . Tucker was responsible for managing a wide range of economic development projects throughout St. Louis County. His primary focus was to identify new initiatives and redevelopment opportunities while overseeing the day-to-day activities of the Real Estate Division.

Tucker has a Bachelor of Arts in urban studies from Washington University and applied his expertise within both public and private sectors of real estate development. He was president of Blue Urban Kansas City operations where he oversaw its $70 million loft developments, and he managed economic development projects at Trailnet Inc., the Department of Mental Health, Historic Restoration Inc., City Museum, and International Building LLC.

Throughout his career, Tucker has served on a variety of boards and advisory committees for development and planning associations as well as civic organizations. Most recently, Tucker has served on the Cross Roads Neighborhood Association committee until he returned to St. Louis to accept the Economic Council position. He also served on the Mayor’s Homeless Task Force, City Living Campaign, Woman’s Safe House, and was a Boy Scout troop volunteer.


Art & Architecture as Catalyst – Livability and Sustainability

Day 2 / Apr, 13 @ 4:15 pm
Lower Level : Room D

This panel discusses art and architecture as catalysts not only to economic development, but to quality of life, sustainability, and livability.