Dr. M. Gordon Brown, MBA, Msc (Arch), DTech, FRICS is a member of the LAI Ely Chapter.
Alan Nevin, LAI San Diego Chapter, LAI Scribe
The San Diego chapter of LAI has created a scholarship program in affiliation with the Burnham Moores Center of Real Estate at the University of San Diego.
Alan Nevin, KeyNotes Editor
This past month, two busloads of Lambda Alphans from around the world had the opportunity to see how a once-down-trodden major metropolitan area can be resuscitated – actually come back from the dead.
LAI Minnesota welcomed 15 new members in the class of ’17.
Rudayna Abdo, UAE Chapter President, founded the organization Thaki in 2015.
Baltimore LAI Member Toni Prince, The Brick Companies, wins Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce award on March 27, 2017
It is with great sadness that we share with you the passing of Nancy Fawcett, wife of LAI Fellow and former International LAI President Dr. James Fawcett.
Dr. M. Gordon Brown, MBA, Msc (Arch), DTech, FRICS
LAI Ely Chapter Member
Mercedes-Benz Stadium (MBS) General Manager Scott Jenkins gave an empowering Sustainability: an economic driver presentation at the February 15 LAI Atlanta Chapter luncheon meeting.
Robert was honoured by Simcoe Chapter with the President’s Award 2016 for his remarkable career and his influence on Toronto’s growth.
Two major figures in Baltimore’s development history have died in recent months. David Kornblatt and Al Copp both had a significant impact on the development of Baltimore’s downtown and the adjoining areas of the waterfront now known as the Inner Harbor.
Published by Costa Mesa.
Aaron Gruen, Member of Ely Chapter
At its quarterly meeting on Friday, March 03, 2017, at the Oahu country Club, the Aloha Chapter initiated 12 new members:
At the Baltimore LAI’s Annual Dinner Meeting on November 16th, the Chapter’s members and its guests were treated to a remarkable presentation, by Sagamore Development’s Caroline Paff, on Port Covington, arguably the most ambitious project ever undertaken by a private developer in the history of Baltimore City…