Trammell Crow: A Legacy in Real Estate Innovation, Volume 64

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Urban Land Institute, Apr 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 219 pages
Based on interviews with colleagues, friends, and enemies, this biography tells the story of how a man without money, experience, or connections became a real estate legend. A visionary and risk taker, Trammell Crow is presented in the book as the pioneer of speculative real estate development, noted for spawning a generation of industry leaders.

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William Bragg Ewald Jr. assisted former President Eisenhower in preparing his memoirs and is the author of several books. He lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.

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