International Trek: Shanghai, China
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[Excerpt] Beginning their international trek, the Baker Program in Real Estate students visited the Colliers International office in Shanghai. The firm currently has 15,000 professionals and staff in 396 offices in 68 countries across six continents. Colliers has two billion square feet under management and $2.6 billion in annual revenue. Colliers Shanghai is the regional headquarters for east China and the company’s largest office in the country. This office provides a full range of services for industrial, office, retial and residential. Its landmark Shanghai projects include Platinum, L’Avenue, Ecocity, Chamtime Corporate Avenue, and Longyu International Plaza. The Baker Program was honored to be welcomed by Colliers executives Dave Chiou, Senior Director of Research, North, East, and West China, Timothy Chen, Director of Advisory Services, East China, and Jie Li (MPS ’01), Managing Director, North China, and Head of Valuation and Advisory Services, China. They offered students insights into the country’s changing real estate landscape.
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Shanghai; Colliers; Plaza 66; Gensler Shanghai; Hines: One Museum Place; Shanghai Urban Planning museum; WeWork; Shanghai Disney; Gaw Capital; Jones Lang LaSalle; Cornell Asia Real Estate Society; JLL; ARES
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