Posted on Tuesday, July 30, 2013
HWS Trustee Tom Bozzuto ‘68 has received the lifetime achievement award from The Urban Land Institute's (ULI) Baltimore District Council. Since its founding in 1988, Bozzuto, chief executive officer, has led the Bozzuto Group which builds, manages and develops apartments, condominiums and single-family homes. Bozzuto will receive the award Oct. 3 at ULI's WaveMaker awards event.
According to the Baltimore Business Journal, "Bozzuto, CEO of Greenbelt-based Bozzuto Group, has overseen nearly 50,000 residential units worth nearly $7 billion during his more than 40 years in real estate."
In addition, Bozzuto is the recipient of the Freddie Mac Builder of the Year award, and has been awarded the Environmental Builder of the Year by the Maryland-National Capital Building Industry Association (MNCBIA).
While at HWS, Bozzuto was a member of the football team, Little Theatre, the Hobart Student Association, the Druid Society and the president of the Hobart student body. He worked in Saga and graduated with a B.A. in English. He also holds a master's degree in metropolitan studies from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University.
A staunch supporter of HWS, Bozzuto has served as a member of the Board of Trustees since 1999. He was the lead donor in the renovation of the Colleges' boathouse, named in honor of his father, Charles Bozzuto. He was also a participant in the Executive in Residence Program, is a regular Reunion volunteer, and took a lead role in supporting the Colleges' capital campaign. He was recognized by his peers with the 2008 Alumni Citation, which was awarded with gratitude and admiration for his longstanding engagement. To commemorate their 40th wedding anniversary, his wife, Barbara, established the Thomas S. Bozzuto '68 Endowed Scholarship Fund at the Colleges.
The Baltimore Business Journal article with more information about the Bozzuto Group and the lifetime achievement award follows.
Baltimore Business Journal
Tom Bozzuto wins lifetime achievement award from ULI
Kevin Litten • Staff Reporter • July 24, 2013
The Urban Land Institute's Baltimore District Council has given its lifetime achievement award to Thomas S. Bozzuto.
Bozzuto, CEO of Greenbelt-based Bozzuto Group, has overseen nearly 50,000 residential units worth nearly $7 billion during his more than 40 years in real estate.
The Greenbelt-based company recently opened its $72 million, 281-unit Union Wharf building in Fells Point; other recent projects include Spinnaker Bay in Harbor East and the Fitzgerald in Mount Vernon.
The company was also identified on July 18 as a partner in a group that has been named one of three finalists competing for the right to redevelop the 66.6-acre former Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington.
Bozzuto will receive the award Oct. 3 at ULI's WaveMaker awards event. David Cordish, president of the Cordish Cos., received the award in 2012.