Mr. Struever is responsible for the company’s master planning business, real estate development, sustainable development practices, and strengthening public/private relationships.
“We are blessed with great projects and partners that keep us at the leading edge of what’s exciting in the continuing renaissance of America’s cities. Through our work with urban university related research parks, we’ve travelled America seeing the coolest spots, listening to the best and brightest and learning. We take great joy in connecting together great people and ideas to create magical, high energy places that celebrate our cities.”
Bill Struever is a visionary real estate pioneer who has spent his entire career finding creative ways to reimagine urban properties. In 1974 Mr. Struever founded a company that would become Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse. The nationally-acclaimed development, construction and property management company’s legacy was to adapt and reuse economically obsolete industrial buildings and reclaim underproductive urban Brownfields. Struever has played a key role in sustainable development through his passion, creativity and commitment to rebuilding cities.
Bill Struever was the driving force behind community revitalization efforts that bolstered entire neighborhoods and extended beyond individual projects. Struever played a key role in sustainable development through his passion, creativity and commitment to rebuilding cities. His vision is to lead the country in Green urban revitalization, setting new LEED certified standards for all new projects.
Mr. Struever has received numerous awards for his business leadership and devotion to urban communities, education, the environment, and arts. Recently, he accepted the prestigious Urban Land Institute’s Award of Excellence for the preservation and redevelopment of Clipper Mill in Baltimore, Maryland.
Bill Struever has a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Anthropology from Brown University.