This is second article in our summary series of the 2016 Cornell NYC Real Estate Conference. Continuing along with the theme of disruption at the 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference, “The Intersection of Change and the Design/ Built Environment” panel discussed how virtually every asset class is being reconceived and reconfigured to accommodate changes in… Continue Reading The Intersection of Change and the Design/ Built Environment: How New Technologies Reshape the Way We Think About Real Estate
Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate was pleased to host Jim Tuman, Chief Development Officer of Grid Properties for its weekly Distinguished Speaker Series on Thursday, October 27th. Grid Properties is a developer, owner, and operator of primarily urban infill retail assets with a long-term view and commitment to its projects. Through this outlook,… Continue Reading Jim Tuman: Urban Retail Development
One Vanderbilt is a skyscraper under construction in New York City on the corner of 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Proposed by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and developer SL Green Realty as part of a planned Midtown East rezoning, the tower will stand next to Grand… Continue Reading One Vanderbilt – SL Green Finally Breaks Ground
Cornell’s Baker Program in Real Estate is pleased to spotlight Jim Tuman as the next featured guest in its 2016-2017 Distinguished Speaker Series. Jim is the Chief Development Officer for Grid Properties Inc., a developer, owner, and operator of retail and mixed-use properties located primarily in historically and culturally significant urban infill locations in the… Continue Reading Distinguished Speaker Series: Jim Tuman Chief Development Officer Grid Properties
Baker Program Students head uptown to spend time with Ivy League colleagues!
After the 34th Annual NYC Cornell Real Estate Conference, Baker Program students extended their stay in Manhattan to enjoy the great fall weather. Here they are enjoying the entertainment in Washington Square!
Baker Program student Sameer Godiwala shares his thoughts on the day’s keynote speakers and panel discussions involving Disruption in the real estate industry.
The annual Cornell Real Estate Conference has always featured a premier lineup of speakers, from the engaging Panel Discussions to the accomplished Keynote Speakers. For the 2016 Conference, Cornell is proud to announce that J. Allen Smith (B.S.’80, M.P.S.’86), CEO of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, will be featured as one of three Keynote Speakers. … Continue Reading J. Allen Smith, Keynote Speaker at the 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference
If you are a regular reader of the Cornell Real Estate Review Blog, you know that much has already been said about the upcoming 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference. With an incredible lineup of speakers, panels and the fascinating theme of disruption in real estate, this event promises to attract the who’s who of… Continue Reading MaryAnne Gilmartin, 2016 Industry Leader and Keynote Speaker at the 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference
The 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference is pleased to feature Riggs Kubiak as one of the panelists on the Shake it Up: Agents of Change in Commercial Real Estate Panel. Riggs Kubiak co-founded Honest Buildings in 2012 after ten years in the commercial real estate industry, including more than five years working at Tishman… Continue Reading 2016 Cornell Real Estate Conference: Riggs Kubiak CEO and Co-Founder Honest Buildings