2017 Journal

State Intervention to (Un)manage Growth

Author:  Laura Snider (Downloadable PDF) ABSTRACT The classic dream of moving to a spacious, single-family home in the suburbs has led urban sprawl to become the standard pattern of American growth.  Unfortunately, this type of growth—in the aggregate—has created a vast array of unintended consequences.  From increased commuting times...
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2017 Journal

Megachurches: A Growing Community Anchor

Author: Daniel Wright (Downloadable PDF) Real estate value reflects a factor of risk.  Community risk inherently is captured in real estate value and is a composition of such elements as employment, income, and population growth (Carr, et al., 2003).  These elements provide tenants to rent space and customers to...
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2017 Journal

Fifteen Years of Rebuilding the World Trade Center

Author: Matt Farrell (Downloadable PDF) September 11, 2001 stands in history as one of the most tragic days this country has ever known. And nowhere was that tragedy felt more keenly than in New York City, where a senseless act of terrorism claimed the lives of thousands of innocent...
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2017 Journal

The Impact of 3D Printing on Real Estate

Author: Sean Mashian (Downloadable PDF) One of the most intriguing, and possibly disruptive, technologies now emerging is 3D printing.  While still expensive and relatively unpolished, this new method of manufacturing products – from medical devices to airplanes – could be on a path to revolutionize retail, shipping, and the...
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2017 Journal

Balancing Competing Corporate Objectives: The Case of Texmark Real Estate Company

Authors: Morgan Zollinger, Ravikanth Pamidimukkala (Downloadable PDF) As William Sullivan walked to his car to begin the commute home after a long day at work, he considered the different options before him. As the CEO of the Texmark Real Estate Company (TexREC), Sullivan was concerned about the future of the...
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2017 Journal

CREW: Cornell Real Estate Women

The Baker Program in Real Estate is proud to announce the formation of Cornell Real Estate Women (CREW) during the 2016-2017 academic year. CREW is Cornell University’s primary graduate and professional student organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of women in real estate. The organization was founded with...
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Development

Summer 2017: Internships for Baker Program 2018 Candidates

With the Spring 2017 Semester coming to a close, the 2018 candidates for the Baker Program in Real Estate have begun to see the fruits of their efforts in securing highly touted summer internships. These internships will solidify,  and grow the knowledge base of the candidates gained during their...
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Finance & Investment

Distinguished Speaker Series: Martin Stern ENG 68’, Senior Managing Director at CBRE

The Baker Program in Real Estate is excited to welcome Martin Stern this Thursday evening to speak to students as a Distinguished Speaker. Mr. Stern leads the Real Estate Advisory Services group of CBRE Chicago, and is involved in key development and transaction assignments. His clients include the City...
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Development

Is Digital the Next Vertical? Impact of Smart Cities on Real Estate

In the next decade, Smart Cities are likely to have a transformative impact on the way that we live, work, and play. With a projected cumulative global spend of $1.5 trillion on Smart City technologies by 2020 (Frost & Sullivan), implications will be felt across geographies and industries. Central...
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