Real Estate At Cornell

2016 Cornell Real Estate Conference: Douglas M. Weill – Founding and Managing Partner Hodes Weill & Associates

Douglas M. Weill will be a speaker and a moderator at the 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference. Douglas is a Founding and Managing Partner at Hodes Weill and Associates, a boutique real estate advisory firm. Since its inception in 2009, Hodes Weill has been assisting global real estate...
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John Livingston, Co-Founder and CEO of AECOM Capital: A Developers Mindset

Last week at the Distinguished Speaker Series, the Baker Program in Real Estate had the pleasure of hosting John Livingston, the Co-founder and Chief Executive for AECOM Capital. As shared by Mark Hughes, 2018 Baker Program student who had lunch with the speaker, “Mr. Livingston reminiscenced his experience of partaking...
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2016 Cornell Real Estate Conference: Cody A. Danks Burke, Senior Investment Officer for Cornell University Investment Office

The 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference is pleased to feature Cody A. Danks Burke as one of the panelists discussing A Look Downstream: An Analysis of Investment Trends. Cody A. Danks Burke is a Senior Investment Officer at the Cornell University Investment Office where he manages the University’s endowment investments...
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2016 Cornell Real Estate Conference: Alison Novak Principal of The Hudson Companies

The 34th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference is pleased to feature Alison Novak as one of the panelist discussing The Intersection of Change and the Design/Built Environment. Ms. Novak, a Principal of The Hudson Companies Inc., joined Hudson in 2006, where she oversees mixed-income and market-rate developments as well as Hudson’s middle income...
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Shake it Up: Agents of Change in Commercial Real Estate

Technology is changing the landscape of many industries, and real estate is no exception. As we head into 2017, it is apparent that real estate is impacted by the tremendous technological changes in building materials, e-commerce, crowd-funding, and online marketplaces; Airbnb anyone? The 2016 Cornell Real Estate Conference on October...
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Alex Klatskin of Forsgate Industrial, The Importance of e-Commerce

The Distinguished Speaker Series of the Baker Program in Real Estate had the pleasure of hosting Alex Klatskin, General Partner Forsgate Industrial Partners last Thursday, September 22. In his talk, Alex explained the industrial asset class’ significance driving value in the investment space. Raising funds for industrial projects was particularly...
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Real Estate At Cornell

Distinguished Speaker Series: John T. Livingston, Chief Executive and co-founder of AECOM Capital

The Baker Program in Real Estate welcomes Mr. John T. Livingston, CEO of AECOM Capital, to this week’s Distinguished Speaker Series. Since its formation in 2013, AECOM Capital has invested in 14 projects with a total development value of 3.5 billion dollars. AECOM Capital is a subsidiary of AECOM...
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Real Estate At Cornell

Catching up with Frost Travis (’00), President of Travis Hyde Properties

Development and property management firm Travis Hyde Properties has been making an impact on the community of Ithaca since being founded in 1977. The community-minded company executes on innovative ideas for sustainable development and economic growth, and is literally building its vision for Ithaca’s future. This week, we sat...
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Finance & Investment

New York REIT and JBG Cos. – A Case Study of REIT Misalignment

One of the most followed real estate sagas of 2016 was the case of New York REIT (NYRT), in which shareholders actively and publicly faced off against NYRT management in their opposition to an agreed-upon merger with Washington, D.C.-based JBG Companies (JBG). The NYRT-JBG story highlights several modern day...
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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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