Presented by VMSD
SEP 30-OCT 2, 2019 | Westin Copely Place, Boston, MA

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Doug Pearl

National VP Architecture Placemaking
Regency Center

Doug Pearl is the National Vice President of Architect & Placemaking for Regency Centers, a real estate investment trust with 426 shopping centers and a market cap of $10 billion. Doug manages the design and design teams for new ground-up and redevelopment projects for Regency’s 19 regional offices and is currently working on projects totaling more than $500 million in development. Doug has more than 20 years of experience planning and designing retail and mixed-use centers.

Prior to joining Regency Centers Doug worked for the University of Southern California’s Real Estate Development & Capital Construction Department. Prior to joining USC in 2011, Doug was the Founder and President of Urban Design Studios Inc., providing design, planning and management for retail and mixed-use developments. As a native of New York City, Doug’s career began on the East Coast with Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Architects where he worked on the renovation of Radio City Music Hall, the reconstruction of the Central Synagogue in Manhattan among other notable projects.

Doug earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture and art from Lehigh University and earned a Master’s in Architecture from the University of South Florida.

Doug’s passion for design does not stop at work. He and his wife spent the last several years designing their dream home where they enjoy time with their 13-year-old twins. When he’s not traveling for work, Doug is supporting causes related to children in need, education and animal welfare.

Speaking Session(s)

Breakout Session: Create an Experience...and They Will Come