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Boise Association 27th Annual Meeting: State of Downtown Boise

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David Leland was honored with a request by the Downtown Boise Association, in partnership with the City of Boise Office of the Mayor and the Capital City Development Corporation, to be the keynote speaker on April 15 at the Downtown Boise Association’s 27th Annual Meeting: State of Downtown Boise. With more than 50 years of […]

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Portland Ranked Number One

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Are you a movie junkie or foodie? Is your IQ higher than your weight? If so, Portland may be the place for you. Portland ranked number one in Movoto Real Estate Blog’s 2013 Best City in America, as the best City for Movie Lovers, second in Nerdiest, and fourth for Food Lovers, Funniest, and Most […]

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Rethinking Corridors: 2013 Western Planner / Nevada Chapter APA Conference

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Chris Zahas moderated and spoke on a panel discussion titled Rethinking Corridors for Economic Development at the October 2013 Western Planner / Nevada Chapter APA conference in Lake Tahoe. His presentation highlights current retail, housing, and demographic trends and how revitalization of urban corridors can tap into these trends to support economic development. As housing, […]

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Leland Consulting Group Welcomes Trond Ingvaldsen!

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We are pleased to announce that Trond Ingvaldsen has joined Leland Consulting Group (LCG) as Senior Real Estate Director. Trond comes to LCG from ScanlanKemperBard Companies, where he was Senior Vice President, Asset Management. Prior to that he served for 23 years with StanCorp Financial Group, where he was Vice President and head of Stancorp […]

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Sequim Downtown Plan Receives the Governor’s Smart Growth Award

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Leland Consulting Group prepared a market-based land use strategy for downtown Sequim, Washington, a town of approximately 7,500 people located along Highway 101 on the Olympic Peninsula. Through a project led by LMN Architects, the land use approach was geared toward reinforcing the pedestrian-friendliness of the downtown, where the main street formerly served as the […]

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