IEDC Economic Development Journal, Summer 2017: LONG TERM SPATIALLY COORDINATED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MAKES SENSE, By Emil Malizia, PH.D., FAICP
Jordan Peters, Esq., receives International Member of the Year and Brentwood Shopping Centre Redevelopment Project receives the International Skyline Award.
Nina Jaffe Gruen passes.
Robert Maguire, LAI London Chapter, shares information in an article posted in The Globe and Mail.
Cumberland Community Improvement District (CID) Executive Director Malaika Rivers, a LAI Atlanta Chapter member, spoke on the explosive growth in the Cumberland area.
2017 Olmstead Medal Recipient
LAI Atlanta Chapter Board Member Bill De St. Aubin, CEO of Sizemore Group, gave a guest lecture as part of a seminar at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design on his most recent research on the experiential economy.
24-acre Six-Stage Complex to Serve Georgia’s Thriving Major Film Production Industry
Richard D. Simmons, founder of the Boston Chapter of LAI passes.
By Nina Gruen, Golden Gate - San Francisco LAI member.
The BIG news is the City’s newly adopted comprehensive Zoning Code, which will take effect on June 5th of this year. But before Tom delved into the copious details of this headline story, he provided our LAI members & guests with an overview of the Dept. of Planning and its impact on our City.
LAI member Nina J. Gruen, a.k.a. Ms. Real Estate, a.k.a. the principal sociologist overseeing market research and analysis at Gruen Gruen + Associates.
LAI Philadelphia Land Economics Weekend (LEW) April 27 - 29, 2017
On the 24th of May the London Chapter of the LAI held the first of its 2017 events kindly hosted by JLL at its central London offices.
Los Angeles Chapter member Fereydoon Ghaffari passed away on May 22nd.
Thoughts from the KeyNotes Editor, Alan Nevin:
Aloha Chapter met for its quarterly luncheon program at the Oahu Country Club to hear Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell address transportation and housing issues.
Our Lambda Alpha International Golden Gate Family has lost two of our Tribal Elders. These two individuals were remarkable luminaries within this land economics community as well as philanthropists and leaders within the San Francisco Civic and Jewish communities. We are thankful for how they shaped our built environment, and ask that you pause to remember the significant contributions that these folks made to our city, our culture and our LAI family.