James Rouse

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  • Info James Wilson Rouse (April 26, 1914 - April 9, 1996), founder of The Rouse Company, was a pioneering American real estate developer, urban planner, civic activist, and later, free enterprise-based philanthropist.
  • During this process, Howell was also making television commercials with the director, James Rouse.
  • He was instrumental in the creation of Columbia, Maryland along with his development partner James Rouse.
  • The seven man CA board was originally staffed with representatives of the development company with James Rouse as president.
  • James Rouse said that the Rouse Company development of Columbia could not have happened without Clark.
  • Wilde Lake has a modern 750-seat theater named for Columbia founder James Rouse.
  • James Rouse conceived of a city, not a suburban bedroom community, and a large area on the eastern edge was allocated for industrial purposes.
  • In the 1960s, Maryland developer James Rouse hired him to photograph many of his projects across the United States.
  • The village concept aimed to provide Columbia a small-town feel (like Easton, Maryland, where James Rouse grew up).
  • He later was the prime purchaser for James Rouse to assemble properties for the planned community development of Columbia, Maryland.
  • The area was used as a game preserve by James Rouse to entertain clients and personal hunting during the buildout of the Columbia project.
  • The co-directors of the company are the director of the film, James Rouse and the producer, Benji Howell.
  • The film is directed by James Rouse and the screenplay was written by Torben Betts.
  • Downhill is a British comedy film directed by James Rouse and written by Torben Betts about four old friends who reunite to walk the coast.
  • Starting his own land development company, he built the Laurel Shopping Center, and later joined the shopping center development company, Community Research and Development, along with James Rouse.
  • He is a member of the board of trustees of Enterprise Community Partners, a non-profit organization for developing affordable housing founded by his grandfather James Rouse.
  • After 40 years at the Rouse Company, James Rouse retired from day-to-day management in 1979 becoming CEO.
  • The couple moved to Maryland when Morris helped form an Antioch College campus in Columbia in 1969 along with James Rouse.
  • The mall was built in Anne Arundel County by James Rouse who later developed Columbia, Maryland, one of the first modern planned communities, in Howard County.
  • At this unveiling on 21 June 1967 James Rouse described Columbia as a planned new city which would avoid the leap-frog and spot development threatening the county.
  • In 1958 Berman became a founding member of the shopping center development company, Community Research and Development along with James Rouse, later becoming director of The Rouse Company.
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