Southern California icon and 2012 Stanford Real Estate Hall of Fame Inductee Henry Segerstrom ('46, MBA ’48) built C.J. Segerstrom and Sons into a real estate development and management firm anchored by the world renowned 2.8 million sf shopping center South Coast Plaza, and over 2 million square feet of office and commercial space. Mr. Segerstrom’s commitment to philanthropy and the community is evidenced by the 14-acre Segerstrom Center for the Arts which includes Segerstrom Hall, world class environmental sculpture, the home of the Orange County Museum of Art, and the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. Mr. Segerstrom played a vital role in establishing the Center for Social Innovation at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. In 2008, the Stanford Graduate School of Business presented Mr. Segerstrom with the Ernest C. Arbuckle award for lifetime achievement.
Mr. Segerstrom passed away in 2015. The Segerstrom family is keeping his memory and philanthropy alive through a recently launched website www.henrysegerstrom.com Please take a minute to visit the website and see the ways Mr. Segerstrom impacted the real estate community.