Author: Stan Ross
Stan Ross is chairman of the board and distinguished fellow at the University of Southern California Lusk Center for Real Estate in Los Angeles, a life trustee of the Urban Land Institute, and a retired vice chairman, real estate industry services, of Ernst & Young LLP.
He is also the coauthor of The Inside Track to Careers in Real Estate, a book published by the ULI.
Articles by Stan Ross
- Green TODs
Published on March 30, 2011 in Infrastructure
Transit-oriented development (TOD) has gained popularity as a sustainable form of urban growth. Creating a mix of mid-rise buildings and activities around a rail station, interlacing the site with pedestrian amenities, is one of the best antidotes to car-dependent sprawl. Read about the new ultra–environmentally friendly version of TOD that is taking form in several global cities.
- Where are the Careers in Real Estate?
Published on June 01, 2010 in Development
As commercial property development and homebuilding practically came to a standstill last year, many real estate companies laid off employees. This year, amid signs that the U.S. economy is slowly recovering and property markets may be nearing the bottom of the cycle, companies are beginning to hire again. “We are beginning to see signs of life,” observes Tony LoPinto, head of the North America real estate practice at executive recruiting firm Korn Ferry International.