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Tien-Yueh Kubach

Principal, Real Estate Development
Lubert-Adler Real Estate Funds

Ms. Kubach is a strategic real-estate development specialist with more than 24 years’ experience successfully leading complex domestic and international multi-use developments including luxury hospitality, wellness and integrated resorts, multi-family, retail, and cultural institutions.

Tien-Yueh is a Principal at Lubert-Adler Real Estate Partners leading the firm’s real estate development vertical with a focus on adaptive reuse and historic projects. She is a member of the ESG Committee and assists with creating and implementing short-term and long term social and environmental goals, initiatives, and strategies for Lubert-Adler’s self-developed projects.

Prior to joining Lubert-Adler, Ms. Kubach led the real estate development team for Marina Bay Sands, a Singaporean subsidiary of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation. During her time in Asia, she managed the day-to-day operations of the development team and led the transformation of the Development and Project Management department to a strategically focused and diverse team of specialized experts poised to take on the challenges of MBS’ $6 billion development.

Tien-Yueh also served as the Vice President of Technical Services at Tishman Realty & Construction, a privately held real estate development company in New York City. While at Tishman, she was responsible for the development, construction, and coordination of Tishman owned and operated hotel assets. Tien-Yueh was involved in acquisition and due diligence assignments where she was responsible for performing the property assessment and preparing the property improvement plans. In addition, Tien-Yueh served as the development advisor for Mr. Tishman’s pro-bono interests.

Tien-Yueh was recently appointed to the Philadelphia Real Estate Council and serves on their Board of Directors. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Center for Loss and Bereavement and the Philadelphia Chapter of the Cornell Real Estate Council. She is a member of the President’s Council of Cornell Women and the Philadelphia Chapter of the Urban Land Institute.

Tien-Yueh has participated as a guest lecturer at NYU School of Professional Studies, Weidner University School of Hospitality Management and the University of Delaware. Ms. Kubach holds a B.S. in Hotel Administration with a concentration in Hotel Planning, Design and Construction from Cornell University.

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