Real Estate At Cornell

Jeremy Thomas to Discuss Cornell Real Estate at This Week’s Distinguished Speaker Series

As a land grant institution, the success of Cornell University has been intricately linked to real estate since the school’s very inception. With a central campus comprising 745 acres, and a total of 11,000 acres in Tompkins County alone, managing Cornell’s vast real estate portfolio is no small task....
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Real Estate At Cornell

Cornell Takes Second in UT-Austin National Real Estate Challenge

In late November, students from the top Real Estate and MBA programs in the country gathered at the University of Texas at Austin for the 13th Annual National Real Estate Challenge. Hosted by the McCombs School of Business, the competition puts teams head to head in a case-based real...
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Real Estate At Cornell

Historic New Home Offers Inspiration to Architecture, Art, and Planning Students

The award winning architect Norman Foster is credited with saying “As an architect you design for the present, with an awareness of the past, for a future which is essentially unknown.” Earlier this year, students of the Cornell Architecture, Art, and Planning program in New York City (AAP NYC)...
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Real Estate At Cornell

Baker Program Welcomes Assistant Professor Suzanne Charles

The Cornell community and the Baker Program in Real Estate are pleased to welcome Assistant Professor Suzanne Charles this Fall semester. Charles and her family come from Boston, Massachusetts, where she was an Assistant Professor at Northeastern University and taught courses in housing design and real estate finance. She brings with...
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