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  • 2021 Cornell Real Estate Review 

    Baker Program in Real Estate (2021-06-10)
    Volume 19 (2021) of the Cornell Real Estate Review
  • Table of Contents 

    Unknown author (2020-06-29)
    Table of contents for Cornell Real Estate Review (2020), Volume 18.
  • Letter from the Editors 

    McFalls, Joe; Blum, Wilson (2020-06-29)
    On behalf of the entire Cornell Real Estate Review Editorial Board, we are pleased to present Volume 18 (2020) of the Cornell Real Estate Review. A student-run publication founded in 2002, the Review chronicles the ...
  • Acknowledgments: Internships and Full-Time Jobs 

    Unknown author (2020-06-29)
    [Excerpt] In 2019, Baker Program students received internships and full-time jobs at leading real estate companies throughout the world.
  • Cover 

    Unknown author (2020-06-29)
    Front cover of Cornell Real Estate Review (2020), Volume 18.
  • Hahne & Co. Case Study 

    Spritzer, Jennifer; Covington, Lera; McFalls, Joe; Sequeira, Ryan; Thompson, John; Tomlan, Michael; Jones, Dustin (2020-06-29)
    We are pleased to present a ULI case study of the redevelopment of the historic Hahne & Co. building in Newark, New Jersey. This is the first in a series of case studies and briefs jointly created by ULI and Cornell ...
  • International Trek: Singapore 

    Unknown author (2020-06-29)
    [Excerpt] The Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate Class of 2020 kicked off its international trek in Singapore on Monday, January 6, 2020. Singapore’s phenomenal urban transformation since its independence in 1965 has ...
  • Domestic Trek: Miami, Florida 

    Unknown author (2020-06-29)
    [Excerpt] The first stop of the Cornell Baker Program’s Class of 2021 Miami Trek was a visit to the office of Chad Oppenheim, Principal and Lead Designer of Miami-based Oppenheim Architecture. The class gathered in the ...
  • Research Articles 

    Unknown author (2020-06-29)
  • The Rise of Co-Living in New York City 

    Patel, Parth (2020-06-29)
    [Excerpt] Co-living has taken off in the last year as a brand-new phenomenon within the multifamily real estate sector. Not only is it a new asset type for the general public but it is also the new niche asset type receiving ...

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