Principal - Real Estate Development
Art Lomenick is a Principal in the Commercial Real Estate division, and led Integral’s initial activities in the Texas market. Mr. Lomenick has had an extensive mixed-use development career, during which he held various senior management positions with the Staubach Company, and served as Senior Development Officer for Columbus Realty Trust & Post Properties, Managing Director with Trammell Crow Company and Founder of High Street Residential, a wholly owned subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company. Most recently, prior to joining Integral, he was Sustainable Development Practice Leader for Parsons Brinckerhoff Internationally. He has been instrumental in enhancing and rebuilding neighborhoods and implementing Transit Oriented Development (TOD) projects in cities throughout the U.S. A long-time student of urban design and planning, he combines these studies with his knowledge of human behavior, architecture, economics, and public-private partnerships to create a unique skill set. During his career, Mr. Lomenick has directed the initial redevelopment of numerous Uptown and Midtown community redevelopments throughout the U.S. One major success story is the development of Uptown Dallas, transforming it from a blighted area into a thriving urban district of shops, residencies, offices and engaging public spaces. He orchestrated the business planning and development of Addison Circle and Legacy Town Center, two master-planned, new urbanist communities crafted in cooperation with the edge cities of Addison and Plano, Texas. Attributes include residential, retail, office, and civic venues, nestled around neighborhood streets and parks within steps of public transit. Mr. Lomenick effectively blends the art of new urban development with economic strategies to enhance and rebuild organic, pedestrian-oriented neighborhoods and adaptive re-use of existing structures. Mr. Lomenick attended the University of Florida and earned his BBA from Southern Methodist University. His professional affiliations include the Urban Land Institute (ULI), The Congress for the new Urbanism (where he was on the Board of Directors for 6 years), Reconnecting America – Center for Transit Oriented Development Board of Directors (which has now been merged with NRDC’s Urban Solutions team), the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) – LEED Location & Planning Technical Advisory Group (LP TAG) where he served a 2 year term.
- Urban Land Institute
- Congress for The New Urbanism
- National Multi-Housing Council
- U.S. Green Building Council