+ Fellow Member, AICP
+ M.R.P., Ph.D., Cornell
+ B.A., Rutgers
Dr. Malizia teaches real estate development and workshops focusing on downtown redevelopment.
Research and practice
Dr. Malizia’s current research and practice is on the socio-economic characteristics and urban form of vibrant centers and their influence on local economic development, entrepreneurship, and real property performance. He is author or co-author of five books and over 160 articles, monographs, and other publications. During leaves, Dr. Malizia has worked in federal service and as a senior advisor to a major real estate investment company.
+ Chair/Member - PAB Site Visit Teams
+ Member - APA/AICP Community Planning Assistance Teams
+ Fellow - American Real Estate Society
+ Charter Member - American Planning Association
+ Member - the Urban Land Institute, IEDC, NAIOP
+ Reviewer - Journal of the American Planning Association & other scholarly publications.
+ Editorial Board Member - Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education
Dr. Malizia provides development consulting services to private companies, nonprofits, and public agencies.
“The Economic Development-Vibrant Center Connection,” The Professional Geographer forthcoming, 2015 (with Yasuyuki Motoyama)
“Does Downtown Office Property Perform Better in Live-work-Play Centers?” Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking & Urban Sustainability Vol.8, June 2015, 16 pgs (with Yan Song).
“Vibrant Places: Clarifying the Terminology of Urbanism in the U.S. Context,” BDC Journal, Vol. 13, No. 1, 2013, 175-180.
Toward a Vibrant Downtown Shreveport. Shreveport, Louisiana Community Planning Assistance Team, Final Report, November 2014. (co-author)
Preferred Office Locations: Comparing Location Preferences and Performance of Office Space in CBDs, Suburban “Vibrant Centers,” and Suburban Areas. NAIOP Research Foundation, October 21014.
Sustainable Development Projects: Integrating Design, Development, and Regulation. Chicago: APA Planners Press, 2013 (with David Godschalk).