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A New Housing Crisis? How US cities are building far too little to meet demand

With towers that reach toward the sky and people brushing quickly past each other on the streets, the life and lights of our cities may be the very heartbeat of America. For many, the ...
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MaryAnne Gilmartin, 2016 Industry Leader and Keynote Speaker at the 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference

If you are a regular reader of the Cornell Real Estate Review Blog, you know that much has already been said about the upcoming 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference. With an incredible lineup ...
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The Intersection of Change and the Design/Built Environment & Think Big/Think Bold: Disruptive Design in the Innovation Economy

It is difficult to deny that in the past decade, changes in technology have drastically altered the way we live, work, and play. We sometimes fail to remember, however, that real estate has been ...
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Distinguished Speaker Series: Forest City Ratner, Senior VP Kate Bicknell

Within the Cornell real estate community, few development projects have been as eagerly anticipated as Cornell’s new Tech Campus on Roosevelt Island. This campus promises to be a connective hub, where students and tech ...
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New Luxury Condos in a Historic Landmark: Converting the Waldorf Astoria

For nearly a century, the Waldorf-Astoria has been the definition of luxury hospitality in New York City. Its lavish suites and ornate Art Deco architecture have made the hotel a longtime favorite of celebrities and ...
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Baker Students Welcome Doug Weill ’88, Managing Partner of Hodes Weill & Associates

At this Thursday’s Distinguished Speaker Series, students of the Baker Program have the privilege of welcoming Doug Weill, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of the real estate advisory boutique Hodes Weill & Associates. Mr. Weill ...
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