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    Unknown author (2019-04-25)
    Photo credits for Cornell Real Estate Review (2019), Volume 17.
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    Unknown author (2019-04-25)
  • Opportunity Zones and New Orleans: A Chance for Affordable Housing Growth 

    Blum, Wilson (2019-04-25)
    In the year and a half since their introduction, Opportunity Zones have quickly become one of the hottest topics in real estate development. This exciting program offers a new chance to revitalize distressed communities ...
  • The Hurdles to Financing Modular Development 

    Feutz, Daniel (2019-04-25)
    Revenues from the permanent modular construction (PMC) sector jumped 62% in one year to reach $3.3 billion in 2016 and its quick growth has not gone unnoticed. The industry has attracted investment from sources such as ...
  • Modular Construction: A Solution to Affordable Housing Challenges 

    Thompson, John (2019-04-25)
    The lack of affordable housing is pervasive across the United States. It affects some locations more severely than others, with each having unique challenges. Construction and land acquisition costs are frequently cited ...
  • Rising Tourism in Saudi Arabia: Implications for Real Estate Investment 

    Daye, Ali S. (2019-04-25)
    Over the last few years, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has pursued a more aggressive approach towards economic diversification in order to plan for the future of its youth as nearly 60 percent of the country’s 3 million ...
  • 36th Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference Recap 

    Unknown author (2019-04-25)
    [Excerpt] On October 19, 2018, the Cornell Real Estate Council (CREC) hosted the 36th annual Cornell Real Estate Conference in New York City. The conference brought together hundreds of industry professionals, alumni and ...
  • The U.S. Student Housing Market: Overlooked Opportunities 

    McFalls, Joseph A. (2019-04-25)
    Student housing has emerged in recent years as one of the most in-demand asset classes in commercial real estate. Investors, both domestic and international, have been attracted to U.S. student housing projects for many ...
  • A Taxonomy of Coworking Space: Manhattan, NYC 

    Zhou, Yaoyi (2019-04-25)
    The growth in the coworking inventory has accelerated over the past years, with more than 5 million square feet of new space flooding into the market in each of the past three years (Cushman & Wakefield, 2018). In 2018, ...
  • 2018 Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor, Survey Highlights 

    Unknown author (2019-04-25)
    [Excerpt] Cornell University’s Baker Program in Real Estate and Hodes Weill & Associates are pleased to present the findings of the sixth annual Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor (the “2018 Allocations Monitor”). ...

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