Lawrence B. Burrows


Senior Planning Fellow
B.A. in Urban Urban Planning, Rutgers University; M.C.P., University of Pennsylvania
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Research Interests
  • real estate
  • real estate development
  • consulting

Lawrence B. Burrows is a Senior Planning Fellow with almost four decades of experience in real estate consulting, real estate development and wood products manufacturing. At the Bloustein School, he teaches real estate and land development planning, as well as graduate studios on real estate. Much of his experience was gained with The Weyerhaeuser Company where he served in a variety of positions, including as  President of Winchester Homes, a regional homebuilder; President and CEO of the Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company, a top 20 national homebuilder; and Senior Vice President of Wood Products, the second largest global wood products company.

Larry serves on the boards of Tri Pointe Homes, a top 10 national homebuilder; and the Chesapeake Multicultural Resource Center, which empowers people from different cultures to become successful community members. He received his B.A. in Urban Studies from Rutgers University, his MCP from the University of Pennsylvania, and is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program from the Wharton School of Business. He is the author of Growth Management:  Issues, Techniques and Policy Implications. Larry and his wife Dawne Widener-Burrows reside in Annapolis, Maryland.

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Undergraduate
  • Principles of Real Estate
  • Land Development Practice
Graduate
  • Studio: Duke Farms

Areas of Expertise: Real Estate, Real Estate Development