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Forest City will develop the Terrace at Traverse Mountain, a 150-acre lifestyle center located between Provo, Utah, and Salt Lake City. It's part of the first phase of a 3,000-acre master-planned community known as Traverse Mountain being developed by Traverse Mountain Commercial Development.

Staubach Retail hired Brad Thomas as its vice president of business development for the company's consulting and management services group. Thomas was with Cawley International's tenant representation team.

MulvannyG2 Architecture named Valdis Ronis as principal of its East Coast regional office in Washington, D.C. Formerly a senior project manager at the company's Bellevue, Wash., headquarters, Ronis has 20 years of construction and architectural experience.

CBL & Associates Properties Inc. is building the 311,000-square-foot High Pointe Commons in Harrisburg, Pa. Built in conjunction with local company High Real Estate Group, the center will be anchored by JCPenney and Target. It is scheduled for completion by October 2006.

Combined Properties Inc. hired Marianne Lowenthal as head of its national development program where she will oversee the company's mixed-use/urban projects. She was executive vice president of Los Angeles-based Bond Cos.

Newton Oldacre McDonald is developing the Wolf Creek Town Center and the Shoppes at Wolf Creek in Lawton, Okla. The two centers will include 500,000 square feet of retail on 80 acres. The first phase of Wolf Creek Town Center, with 200,000 square feet, will open in the summer of 2006.

Somerville, Mass.-based architecture and planning firm Arrowstreet named Scott Pollack and Robert Holt principals. Pollack joined Arrowstreet in 1986; Holt started working at the firm in 1992.

Real estate developer Opus North Corp., a division of the Opus Group, hired Daniel Queenan as vice president and general manager. Queenan, who was vice president of development for the Ryan Cos. will manage Opus North's Chicago real estate operations.

Dallas-based Harvest Partners named Robert Baker as partner and will open the company's new office in Manhattan Beach, Calif. Baker was executive vice president/director of leasing for Madison Marquette.

North American Properties hired Spencer Bomar as vice president of real estate. Bomar was senior vice president at the Atlanta retail office of Staubach Co. North American Properties also hired Kate Dabney as its real estate manager and Whitney Bufford as market analyst.

CBL & Associates Properties Inc. and the Richard E. Jacobs Group finished the 412,000-square-foot Phase I of Gulf Coast Town Center in Lee County, Fla. Groundbreaking also began on the 1 million-square-foot Phase II, which will include a Bass Pro Shops, JCPenney, a Courtyard by Marriott and a Residence Inn. Phase II will open in fall 2006.

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