ULI San Francisco is pleased to announce the appointment of Elliot R. Stein as Executive Director effective May 7, 2012.
Established in 1936, the Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute with nearly 28,000 members worldwide; and dedicated to providing leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities. With over 1,800 members across the Bay Area, ULI San Francisco represents one of the Urban Land Institute’s largest District Councils. Volunteers and staff alike are thrilled at the opportunity Elliot’s appointment presents.
“We are very pleased and fortunate that Elliot has chosen to accept the Executive Director position with the San Francisco District Council of the ULI,” states Mike Jameson, ULI San Francisco Chair. “Elliot has been a tremendous supporter of the District Council for many years and his experience, intelligence and strong leadership capabilities will add great value to the organization.”
“After many years as a ULI member and volunteer, I’m delighted to be moving into the role of Executive Director,” said Stein. “With so many vital land use and related issues facing Northern California’s communities, ULI will continue to be a key player in knowledge sharing and helping to find solutions.”
Elliot has been a senior real estate advisor providing real estate and urban economic consulting services to private and public sector clients. He has over 30 years experience in the real estate industry including leadership roles at CB Richard Ellis, Ernst & Young and KPMG.
Elliot has devoted his career to helping public agencies, developers and corporations make highly informed real estate decisions that support their core missions. He advised governmental agencies, developers and investors on economic and financial aspects of development and redevelopment. His broad base of experience also includes assisting companies and institutional organizations with needs related to planning for expansion or contraction, site selection, and reuse of surplus properties. His expertise extends to all major property types and land uses including office, R&D, industrial, retail, hotel, residential, and mixed-use properties.
Actively involved with ULI San Francisco since 1995, Stein has served in a volunteer capacity on the district council sponsorship committee, the management committee, and as ULIsf treasurer. Nationally, Elliot participates on the ULI Sustainable Development Council.
Please join us in welcoming Elliot to his new role with ULI San Francisco. Contact him at Elliot.Stein@uli.org.