Real Estate At Cornell

Class of 2016 Career Beginnings: Jason Spencer

The Baker Program in Real Estate is known for its ability to help students transition into a real estate career from all types of industries. Jason Spencer, a Baker alum, is a great example of a student transitioning from a technical field into a traditional development role. Jason came...
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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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Finance & Investment

Brexit and Real Estate: Part 2 – Effects on US Capital Flows

Note: This is Part 2 of a series of stories on the multitude of effects that the Brexit is having on global real estate markets now and in the future. As mentioned in Part 1, the British public’s decision to terminate the U.K.’s membership in the European Union (EU),...
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Development

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 U.S. Presidents. Very soon, this landmark building will begin a new chapter in its famed history,...
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2016 Journal

Lennar Technology: The Connected Consumer Has Arrived in Multifamily

Robert Lathan Introduction As multifamily homebuilders progress into the 21st century, they have looked to integrate electronics and technology to simplify and enhance their businesses.  The use of programs like Yardi and MRI for both property management and accounting have become the standard. Like Moore’s Law – the observation...
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Real Estate At Cornell

Gerald Guterman Visits Baker to Share Vast Development & Investment Experience

The Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate cordially welcomes Gerald Guterman, Senior Principal Partner and CEO of Guterman Partners, LLC to their weekly Distinguished Speaker Series. With a career in real estate beginning, as an 18 year-old night porter for Fred Trump, Mr. Guterman’s extensive perspective and understanding will...
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Finance & Investment

NYC Conference Recap of Investment Strategies for Multifamily Real Estate

After the poignant discussion on market capital flows at the annual Cornell Real Estate Conference, a highly esteemed panel consisting of Joshua Eisenberg (Urban American), John Jacobsson (The Related Companies), William Macklowe (William Macklowe Company), and Jonathan Moore (The Brookfield Property Group) forged into uncovering the truths within New...
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Real Estate At Cornell

Baker Program DSS, December 3, 2015: Vicki Davis of Urban Atlantic

With the final guest of the Distinguished Speaker Series, the Cornell Baker Program welcomes Vicki Davis from Urban Atlantic. As the co-founder of the firm in 1998, Davis has been responsible for the acquisition, planning, design, and implementation of all Urban Atlantic real estate projects. Through her keen oversight, the...
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