Baltimore Business Journal: Toby Bozzuto Joins ULI Advisory Board
August 15, 2013
Bozzuto Group President Toby Bozzuto has been appointed to the Urban Land Institute’s national advisory board for housing.
Bozzuto will help guide “strategic direction and ongoing program guidance” for ULI’s efforts to shape housing policy and create housing opportunities nationwide. Bozzuto, formerly head of the Bozzuto Group’s development company, became company president in February.
Bozzuto Group had $1.1 billion in revenue in 2011, employs 1,300 people and has developed more than 50,000 apartment units over 25 years. When Bozzuto was promoted to president, he told the Business Journal that he plans to expand the company’s development pipeline up the east coast into New England.
Joining ULI’s Terwilliger Center for Housing’s advisory board will put him in touch with several players in that region, including MassDevelopment CEO Marty Jones and Connecticut Housing Finance Authority Chief Housing Officer, Dara Kovel.
“It is an honor to join,” Bozzuto said in a statement. “I have the [utmost] respect for Ron Terwilliger’s efforts to expand workforce housing and very much look forward to contributing to the center’s goal of facilitating, creating, and sustaining a full spectrum of housing opportunities — including affordable and workforce housing — in communities across the country.”
Last month, ULI Baltimore announced it was giving its lifetime achievement award to Bozzuto’s father, company founder and CEO Thomas S. Bozzuto.