Planning, Development and Preservation

Fraser Lecture Series - Diana Permar

March 01, 2012

"Listening Between the Lines:
Lessons Learned from Charles Fraser and the
Role of Research in Community Creation"


Diana Permar

Ms. Permar has more than 35 years of real estate experience that have provided her with background in all aspects of real estate marketing, strategic planning, and market research. She has the unusual ability to translate market intelligence to specific development opportunities by understanding why people buy, how people live, work and recreate and the role of the built environment in their day to day lives.
Ms. Permar is a graduate of the University of Michigan. She is active in the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and has served as a Trustee of ULI, as Chair of the Recreational Development Council and of the ULI Awards for Excellence Jury, and on the J.C. Nichols Prize Management Committee.

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