Tom Bozzuto

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CEO Power Panel on Women in Leadership

Given that women are underrepresented in the construction industry (9%) compared with the 47% that they represent in the workforce as a whole, our CEO panelists tackled the question of how their companies promote women into leadership positions. Read more

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CEO Power Panel: Thoughts on Green Building

The second in a series of excerpts from a panel discussion at the 2013 Multifamily Executive Conference. This excerpt focuses on how green building affects individual markets. Read more

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Do We Really Need Fannie and Freddie?

A panel of multifamily housing CEOs mostly agree that it is important to keep the federal government involved with America’s housing finance sector. Read more

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Multifamily Development Likely to Slow in ‘09

Apartment executives cite financing challenges, rising supply of rentals as factors. Read more

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Getting the Green Light

TOM BOZZUTO BELIEVED HIS COMPANY WAS building according to county regulations at Clarksburg Town Center, a development in Montgomery County, Md. But an examination of the community by Clarksburg residents found that Bozzuto's four-story, 53-foot-high condo building—along with hundreds of other builders' townhomes—violated height limits, and more than 100 homes were built too close to the street. “Nobody was willfully violating the plan,” says Bozzuto, CEO of The Bozzuto Group, based in Greenbelt, Md. Read more

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