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Green Courte Announces Promotion of Braden Rudolph

June 19th, 2013 Comments off

Private equity real estate investment firm Green Courte Partners, LLC announces the promotion of Braden Rudolph to Vice President, Asset Management. A 2010 MBA graduate of Northwestern University’s J L. Kellogg School of Management, Rudolph has been active in strategic initiatives at American Land Lease, Inc., an owner/operator of 50 manufactured housing communities comprised of 18,500 home sites. A Senior Associate with Green Courte since June 2011, he was also a principal in the company’s acquisition of The Parking Spot, a major player in near-airport parking facilities, as pehub.com informs MHProNews. Green Courte specializes in parking asset and land lease community investments.

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Green Courte Promotes Rudolph

May 7th, 2013 Comments off

MarketWatch informs MHProNews private equity real estate investment firm Green Courte Partners, LLC announces the promotion of Braden L. Rudoph to the post of Vice President, Asset Management. A senior associate since June 2011, Rudolph has been involved in acquisitions and asset management, and was involved in the company purchase of The Parking Spot, an airport parking property with 35 locations and 60,000 spaces. Through American Land Lease, Inc., which merged with Green Courte in Dec., 2008, the company owns and operates 50 land lease communities with 18,500 homesites. Rudolph has a Masters of Business Administration from the J. L. Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.

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Zell Funds ZEAL

July 25th, 2012 Comments off

DocStoc reports billionaire investor Sam Zell has donated $5 million to the University of Michigan, his alma mater, for a comprehensive entrepreneurial law clinic called ZEAL, the Zell Entrepreneurship and Law Program. Zell says: “My goal with entrepreneurial ventures at the university has always been to create cross-pollination across multiple disciplines. We’ve got top schools in law, engineering, business and medicine. That’s an entrepreneurial jackpot just waiting to be cashed in.” Zell has helped fund other programs at the University of Michigan as well as at Northwestern University and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. MHProNews knows that in addition to his many business interests, Zell is CEO of Equity Lifestyle Properties, Inc., which operates 382 manufactured housing and recreational vehicle communities consisting of 141,077 sites.

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