September 30, 2001
The Anderson School at UCLA has launched a new center for real estate research and education. Richard S. Ziman, chairman and chief executive of the L.A.-based real estate investment and development company Arden Realty Inc., provided the lead gift of $5 million to kick off the center, named for him.
January 10, 1988
Ronald L. Scheinman, a senior partner in the Century City law firm of Scheinman & Bell, will be installed as president of The Guardians on Tuesday evening at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The group is the primary support group of the Jewish Homes for the Aging of Greater Los Angeles. Sheinman's firm specializes in real estate and corporate financial matters. Richard S. Ziman of Pacific Financial Group, Beverly Hills, will be installed as executive vice president and campaign chairman for 1988.
February 12, 2002
Strategies for financing and developing apartment buildings in Los Angeles despite the shortage of new building sites will be the topic of a conference presented by the Urban Land Institute and the Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate on Feb. 20 at UCLA. Beginning with a reception at 6 p.m.
January 4, 2000 |
Real estate magnate Sam Zell will headline the Real Estate 2000 conference on Jan. 21 in Century City. Zell, chairman of Chicago-based Equity Group Investments, will deliver the keynote speech at the daylong event. More than 40 real estate developers, brokers and finance specialists will participate in panel discussions. Featured speakers include former Gov. Pete Wilson, now managing director of Pacific Capital Group, William E. Concannon, president of Trammell Crow Co.
February 19, 1989
Executives and government officials will participate in the Land Planning and Development Controls Conference to be held Friday at the Sheraton Grande from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The conference is being sponsored by the Building Industry Assn. of Southern California and the USC Law Center and USC Property Forum.
September 10, 2002
An economic and demographic overview of Southern California's multifamily housing market will be presented Sept. 18 by UCLA's Richard S. Ziman Center for Real Estate. The keynote speaker will be Richard Banks, president of apartment developer and operator Archstone-Smith's West division. Professor Stephen Cauley will give a forecast on the Southern California apartment market and Oakland Mayor Jerry Brown will give the luncheon address.