Rachel Edds receives Baltimore Chapter Member of the Year Award. "Transform Baltimore" receives Special Chapter Award.
Two new LAI Atlanta members receive award.
Succeeding in the Age of Dead Malls, Amazon & Online Competition
Tim Trefzer and Michael Halicki, two new LAI Atlanta members, receive awards.
Hickory Grove Farm is an iconic case study in soil rebuilding.
Baltimore is where we held the first LEW in 2000, where our “founder” Richard T. Ely launched his career, and where we will continue to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Baltimore Chapter!
David Callies, one of the founders of the Aloha Chapter and current chapter historian, received the 2017 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Prize during the William & Mary Law School's annual Property Rights Conference.
Nathan Moeder, a member of the San Diego LAI chapter, will be teaching in the new Real Estate and Development program at the University of California San Diego.
Park Pride Executive Director Michael Halicki gave an empowering presentation, Engaging communities to activate the Power of Parks. In addition the new member nominees were recognized and incoming 2018 chapter officers were announced.
Gordon Harris, LAI Vancouver Chapter, published article in Plan Canada.
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