DSS Wrap-Up: Douglas Gottschalk of EY (3 mins)

Cornell’s Baker Program in Real Estate was pleased to welcome Douglas Gottschalk, the U.S. head of corporate real estate at EY, to our Distinguished Speaker Series on March 22. Mr. Gottschalk shared his unique perspective on real estate consulting for corporate clients and all in attendance were treated to a lively discussion, full of both… Continue Reading DSS Wrap-Up: Douglas Gottschalk of EY (3 mins)

DSS Wrap-Up: Joshua Eisenberg, Executive Vice President and Co-General Counsel of Urban American (3 mins)

Last week, the Baker Program in Real Estate had the special honor of welcoming alumnus Mr. Joshua Eisenberg to speak at the weekly Cornell Real Estate Distinguished Speaker Series.  Mr. Eisenberg is an Executive Vice President and Co-General Counsel of Urban American Management, a real estate investment and management firm of multifamily properties in the… Continue Reading DSS Wrap-Up: Joshua Eisenberg, Executive Vice President and Co-General Counsel of Urban American (3 mins)

Innovations in “Big Data” Are Impacting Real Estate Investment (4 mins)

  Big data analysis and data science techniques applied to public and private datasets is nothing new, but recent growth in the quality of information and its use in commercial real estate is. Commercial real estate is a $12 trillion industry and the ability to make better data-driven decisions can save time and money for… Continue Reading Innovations in “Big Data” Are Impacting Real Estate Investment (4 mins)

Grand Mosque Expansion Highlights Growth of Saudi Arabian Tourism Industry (6 mins)

Inside the Gulf – Part 2 – This series of articles will explore several major projects taking place in the Persian Gulf countries. Saudi Arabian crown prince Muhammad bin Salman is currently on a tour of the West meeting with leaders from France, the United Kingdom and the United States. This is his first solo… Continue Reading Grand Mosque Expansion Highlights Growth of Saudi Arabian Tourism Industry (6 mins)

Dharavi: When a Slum becomes a Goldmine (6 mins)

Mumbai is India’s financial and commercial capital, home to over 18.5 million people packed into just over 233 square miles (603 square kilometers).[1]  India has seen incredible growth in its GDP since the economic reforms of 1991, with economic growth often above 9% annually over the past 27 years.[2]  Because of this massive growth, Mumbai… Continue Reading Dharavi: When a Slum becomes a Goldmine (6 mins)

The Impact of Assault-Style Weapons Bans on Retail Real Estate (5 mins)

In response to the events from last month and the proposed measures in Congress, some retail giants have already put their own store policy reforms into place. Earlier this month, Dick’s Sporting Goods announced that it would no longer sell military-style semi-automatic rifles or high-capacity magazines and it will require customers to be at least… Continue Reading The Impact of Assault-Style Weapons Bans on Retail Real Estate (5 mins)

Anti-Corruption Campaign Could Affect Saudi Arabia Mega-Projects (5 mins)

Inside the Gulf – Part 1 – This series of articles will explore several major projects taking place in the Persian Gulf countries. Last October the newly appointed Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Muhammad bin Salman, announced the development of Neom, a new mega-city along the Red Sea that would cover an area of over… Continue Reading Anti-Corruption Campaign Could Affect Saudi Arabia Mega-Projects (5 mins)

Long Beach: Rebuilding a City through Public-Private Partnerships (5 mins)

(Image Courtesy: Plenary Edgmoor) The new civic center of Long Beach, California currently under construction at a cost of over $500 million, is the largest public-private development of its kind on the West Coast. It is also the result of a city’s long-term commitment to revitalization spanning over a decade and a reflection of its… Continue Reading Long Beach: Rebuilding a City through Public-Private Partnerships (5 mins)