Real Estate At Cornell

Cornell Real Estate Women (CREW) Formation

The Baker Program in Real Estate is pleased to announce the formation of Cornell Real Estate Women (CREW), a newly established professional and graduate student organization at Cornell. The mission of CREW is the promotion and advancement of professional women in real estate. Starting with current graduate and professional students...
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Real Estate At Cornell

Disruption: Real Estate’s Hurdle

Disruption noun: 1. Forcible separation or division into parts; 2. A disrupted condition; 3. Business. A radical change in an industry, business strategy, etc., especially involving the introduction of a new product or service that creates a new market. The future of digital innovation exists right now....
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Real Estate At Cornell

Recap of Capital Flows Discussion at the Cornell Real Estate Conference

Each year, the highlights of the annual Cornell Real Estate Conference are the featured speaker panels.  At the 2015 conference, held on October 15-16 in New York City, panel topics included Capital Flows, Trends in Multi-Family, and Energy Efficient Commercial Development.  The morning portion of the schedule was kicked...
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Real Estate At Cornell

Richard Baker Shares Personal Insights During Keynote Luncheon

Attendees of the 33rd Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference had the privilege on Friday afternoon of hearing from keynote speaker Richard Baker, Governor and Executive Chairman of Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC). For students of the Baker Program in Real Estate, it was an opportunity to hear from the man whose...
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Real Estate At Cornell

Agenda Released for the 33rd Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference

The 33rd Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference kicks-off in New York City on October 15 with a Keynote Address by Robert Faith, the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Greystar.  See the full schedule below, and Register for the Conference here. Thursday, October 15th: 6:30 PM  –  8:00 PM Registration...
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Finance & Investment

Deal-Making Fundamentals & Insights Shared by Real Estate Leaders

“There’s never been a bad day with that team,” remarked Stephen Furnary, in reference to a $5.5 billion industrial portfolio and team he had acquired from Trammel Crow Company as Chairman and CEO of Clarion Partners. Clarion had no previous industrial properties, but with one big deal, they had...
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Development

Conference Recap: Reimagining Real Estate Panel

The Cornell Real Estate conference was held at Convene in New York City on Thursday and Friday October 9th and 10th. The conference was capped off on Friday afternoon with a unique question and answer panel session focused on emerging trends in real estate development. Robert Balder, Executive Director...
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Conference Recap: Spector and Rubenstein Lead Keynote Fireside Chat at Battery Gardens

The 32nd annual Cornell Real Estate Conference was held in New York City on Thursday and Friday October 9th and 10th 2014. The annual real estate conference offers current Cornell students, Cornell alumni and other real estate industry professionals an open forum to discuss trends in the industry and...
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Development

Real Estate Sector Poised for Continued Job Growth

The 32nd Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference kicked-off with good news for Real Estate job seekers in a Job Barometer presentation led by David Funk, Director of the Baker Program in Real Estate. Overall hiring in the Real Estate sector has remained on a strong path of growth since...
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Real Estate At Cornell

2014 Cornell Real Estate Conference Convenes October 9th & 10th

The 32nd Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference kicks-off the morning of October 9th in the Convene space at 32 Old Slip along the South Street Seaport. The conference features thoughtful, forward-thinking and inspiring leaders in the real estate industry able to provide valuable insights about some of the most...
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