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Curriculum Vitae

Glenn Robert Erikson, PhD, AIA

55 Fifth Avenue, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10002

Ph.D., Urban Affairs, Majoring in Community Development, Summit University, 1999.
Master of Science, College of Business, Majoring in Real Estate & Finance, University of Arizona, 1981.
Professional Sales Certificate, Dale Carnegie Training, Orange County, CA. 1980.
Management Certificate, Center for Leadership Education, Los Angeles, CA. 1979.
Bachelor’s in Architecture, University of Arizona, 1974.
California Community College Teaching Credential in Architecture, Banking, Construction, Finance, and Real Estate.
Teaching (Adjunct Professor):
Urban Economics, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY 2005-2017
Final Research Paper, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY 2014-2017
Changing Dynamics of Real Estate, Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, Baruch College, CUNY 2000-2005
The Architect/Planner as Developer, Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, Baruch College, CUNY 2003-2006
Financing the Development of Senior Housing, New York University 1998
Real Estate Financing Seminars:

  • University of California, Los Angeles 1981-1983
  • University of California, San Diego 1982
  • University of California, Irvine 1982
  • University of California, San Francisco 1983

Strategizing Urban Policies for the Anthropocene.
Strategies for Urban Economies.
Strategies for Urban Ecology.
Strategies for Urban Regimes.
Strategies for Urban Cultural Life.
The above series of five articles were published in December, 2016:

‘Affordable Housing in New York City’
Report to the New York City Public Advocate: Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, Academic Director and Co-Editor, May 18, 2005

‘Affordable Housing Programs of Major American Cities: A Current Survey’ A Newman Institute Reader, Academic Director and CoEditor, June 2004

‘Mezzanine Loans For Senior Housing Facilities,’ Spectrum: June, 1997

‘Electric Art Block, Venice, California’ with Koning Eizenberg Architecture:
Progressive Architecture, August 1992
L.A. Architect, May 1992
New York Times, May 12, 1991


  • Irving Soboroff Award for Shopping Center Design & Feasibility Analysis, University of Arizona, M.Sc. Project.
  • AIA Award of Merit, Trade Service Publications, Corporate Headquarters, Interiors Team Leader, Deems Lewis & Partners.
  • AIA Award of Merit, Cordura Publications, Corporate Headquarters, Interiors Team Leader, Deems Lewis & Partners.
  • AIA Citation Award, Torrey Pines High School, Architectural Team Member, Deems Lewis & Partners.
  • AIA Citation Award, Salk Institute Cancer Research Addition, Architectural Team Member, Deems Lewis & Partners.
  • AIA Award of Merit, Motorola Office Building, Architectural Team Member, Deems Lewis & Partners.
  • Westside Urban Forum Honorable Mention Award and the Los Angeles Business Council Beautification Award, Mixed-Use Commercial/Residential, Electric ArtBlock, Los Angeles, CA, with Koning Eizenberg Architecture.
  • National AIA Honor Award, Simone Hotel, SRO Housing, Los Angeles, CA, Initial Developer with Koning Eizenberg Architecture as Architect

Architect: California 1980 to present.
Real Estate Broker: New York 1997 to present.  Vermont 1993 to 1998.  California 1981 to 2000.
Contractor: California 1980 to present (Inactive).
Non-Profit Boards:

  • World Policy Institute (Think Tank)
  • Westbeth Center for the Arts (384 units of Affordable Artist Housing)
  • Architecture Omi (Experimental Architecture)
  • Fly Fishers International (Sporting, Education and Conservation)


  • Open Space Alliance For North Brooklyn (Supports Neighborhood Parks)
  • Artopolis (Artist Housing Developer)
  • 4th Universalist Unitarian Church of New York City
  • NY/AIA Urban Design Committee
  • Exodus (Affordable Housing Developer)
  • Queue-Up (SRO Housing Developer)
  • Westside Urban Forum

Fellow: Institute For Urban Design, New York City, NY
Member: American Institute of Architects, New York City, NY
Member: Urban Land Institute, New York City, NY
Professional History:
2002 to Present: Founder and CEO: Integral Design & Development and Integral Studios, New York, NY.
Owner, Directing Real Estate Purchase, Financing, Development and Property Management for:

  • Current ownership of 75,000 SF of existing commercial space distributed among three buildings in upstate NY.
  • Current ownership of the 193 unit Hillside Garden Apartments, a rental apartment complex on 23 acres in New Hartford, NY.
  • The purchase, re-hab and sale of the 48 unit Old Carriage House rental apartment complex in Clinton, NY.
  • The purchase, re-hab and sale of four commercial properties totaling 100,000 SF in upstate NY.

2007 to 2017: Adjunct Professor: Department of Real Estate, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY.
Teaching Graduate Level coursework in:

  • Urban Economics
  • Final Research Paper

1999 to 2017 Architect/Developer – Acquisitions and Development: Time Equities, Inc., New York, NY.
Directing design, development and asset management with this $2.6 Billion in value real estate firm for:

  • The 3,000 unit PepsiCo/Queens West development project (not consummated).
  • The 1,500 unit Greenpoint Lofts mixed-use re-development project (not consummated).
  • The 250,000 SF Plaza West Mixed-use redevelopment project in Freeport, NY.
  • The 25,000 SF Main Street Mews development project, teaming with the Freeport Redevelopment Agency.
  • The $8M conversion of Park Place Lofts: 3-stories of commercial lofts into a 7-story apartment building.
  • The 300 unit Steele Creek residential subdivision project in Bristol, TN.
  • The 330 unit 30 story high rise 600 Wall apartment rental development in Seattle, WA.
  • The 50 apartment unit/200,000 SF Gerichtstrasse 23 mixed-use loft re-development project in Berlin, Germany.
  • A six building portfolio of 20,000 SF to 50,000 SF mixed use buildings in Berlin, Germany.
  • The 70 unit North Green residential condominium conversion project in Annapolis, MD.
  • The 59 unit 2100 S. Indiana mixed-use retail and residential rental conversion project in Chicago, IL.

2002 to 2007 Co-Director and Founding Board Member: Artopolis Development (a 501c Non-Profit), New York, NY.
Co-Directing design, finance, and marketing for:

  • The 80-unit, 80,000 SF Franklin Lofts affordable artist live-work co-op re-development project located in Brooklyn, NY.

2000 to 2006 Academic Director and Adjunct Professor: Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute, Baruch College, CUNY.
Directing expansion of Certificate Programs, co-editing publications, deepening quality of instructional education, and teaching:

  • Changing Dynamics of Real Estate (course name changed to Urban Economics)
  • The Architect/Planner As Developer

1994 to 1999 Consulting and Brokerage: With DWG&A, CMS in Burlington, VT and Love Funding, New York, NY.

  • Coordinated design and entitlement for a 133-unit, warehouse-to-artist-loft conversion.
  • Structured $22 million in FHA/GNMA/Tax-exempt bond financing for Carnegie East House, a 102 unit, non-profit, new construction, assisted living housing project.
  • Managed 80 design-build retail projects simultaneously for CMS in NY, MA, NC, MN, and IA.
  • Acquired all discretionary (inc. wetland) permits for a 175,000 SF retail center in Berlin, VT.
  • Acquired all discretionary permits for a 125,000 SF retail center in Lake Placid, NY.

1988 to 1993 President: Erikson Leviton & Associates, Inc., Los Angeles, CA.

  • Co-designed and developed Venice ArtBlock, the first new construction artist live/work project on the west coast. This project utilized active and passive solar design, and led to passage of the Mixed-use/Low-Income Housing ordinance in LA.
  • Designed and pre-developed the 156 unit Simone Hotel, the first new construction SRO hotel in LA in 50 years. Received approval for a 300% density bonus, largest ever in the State of California, and a parking variance decrease from 120 to 7 stalls.
  • Financed $200M in commercial and residential loans in a three year period.
  • Led this startup development/financing firm to $100M in annual closings and a 12-person staff in 2 years.

1984 to 1990 Executive Vice President and General Partner: Los Angeles Land Company, Los Angeles, CA.

  • Designed, Financed, Built and Leased 12 retail and mixed-use development projects to 100,000 SF in size.
  • Managed LA Land’s 30-person acquisition, design, financing, construction and marketing staffs.

1981 to 1983 Vice President – Real Estate Investment Banking: Center Financial Group, Inc., Los Angeles, CA.

  • Funded more than $125,000,000 annually in construction, permanent and equity real estate financings.

1976 to 1980 Project Architect/Manager/Designer: Deems/Lewis & Partners, AIA, San Diego, CA

  • Torrey Pines High School, a 150,000 SF addition to this AIA award winning campus in Del Mar, CA.
  • Cordura Publications Corporate Headquarters, Interiors Team Leader, Scripps Ranch, CA.
  • Armand Hammer Research Facilities addition, Team Member, Salk Institute, La Jolla, CA.
  • Trade Service Publications, Corporate Headquarters, Interiors Team Leader, La Jolla, CA.
  • NCR Office Building, Project Architect, Scripps Ranch, CA.
  • Motorola Office Building, Interiors Team Leader, Scripps Ranch, CA.