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    • Valuation Using Hedonic Pricing Models 

      Monson, Matt (2009-07-01)
      Buildings can be compared to a bundle of goods sold in a market, where each of the building characteristics combined equate to the expected overall transaction value. By collecting data on many different buildings a ...
    • What is Public Use? Eminent Domain and the Kelo Decision 

      McDonald, John F. (2007-07-01)
      This paper discusses the concept of public use following the Supreme Court decision in the eminent domain case of Kelo v. City of New London. The majority of the Court now equates public use to public purpose and approves ...
    • When Private Property Rights Collide With Growth Management Legislation 

      Calandrillo, Steve P.; Deliganis, Chryssa V.; Woods, Andrea (2015-06-01)
      Over the past century, ever-expanding urban and suburban growth in the United States has offered a clear sign of America’s economic vitality, but it has not come without unique challenges of its own. Indeed, efforts to ...
    • Workforce Housing in New York City: A Case Study of Urban American, LLC 

      Wilson, Rachel (2007-07-01)
      The challenging task of providing high-quality workforce housing is further complicated in a rent-stabilized housing market such as New York City. Socially conscious, fiscally responsible landlords must conduct major capital ...
    • You Need to Be in Williamsburg: A Case Study of RedSky Capital's RedBridge Development 

      Heydweiller, Paul; Hughes, Mark; Tapia, Philip (2018-05-04)
      By the spring of 2012, the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn had already seen a dramatic transformation from an historically industrial riverfront district to one of the trendiest residential areas in New York’s five ...