Lance has a diverse background in various aspects of land use economics, specializing in the areas of real estate development, long-term planning, economic development, and impact analysis. He also has experience in a broad array of land uses working on retail, office, residential, industrial, recreation, mixed-use, and open space projects. Lance began in 2005 with the consulting firm Economics Research Associates (ERA) and last held the position of Associate Director of Economics at AECOM before joining Pro Forma Advisors.
He has led a wide variety of real estate development studies including market feasibility, development programming recommendations, and financial analysis. In addition, Lance has authored a vast number of economic and fiscal impact studies. His portfolio includes impact studies for high profile museums, special events, theme parks, development projects, and corporations. Working with public agencies, land planning/urban design firms, architects, and real estate development interests allows him to effectively evaluate projects from both the private and public perspective.
Lance has worked on projects in real estate markets around the world, including locations in the continental US, Hawaii, and Asia. Lance previously served as the chair of the American Planning Association’s Economic Development Division.