About the Cornell Real Estate Review
The Cornell Real Estate Review was founded in 2002 as a forum for faculty, professionals, and real estate students to focus attention on current issues in the real estate industry. The Review focuses on the interdisciplinary nature of real estate, blending informative articles on real estate practice with application-based academic research. The Review covers a broad range of issues from the various real estate disciplines including design, business economics, engineering, finance, law, planning, development, marketing, and property management.
Check out content from the Cornell Real Estate Review
- The Modern Campus: The Journey to Renewable Energy at The Cornell Tech Campus
- The Battle To Build Affordable Housing Units in Western San Francisco: An Analysis of the Proposed 2550 Irving Street Project
- Brooklyn Reimagined with Heritage Reuse and Innovation Centric Mixed-Use Campus by Industry City
- Growth of Secondary Office Submarkets in Seattle and Washington D.C.
- Demystifying Industrial Investments with Ashley Capital’s Paul Rubacha (MBA ’73)
- Developing a new neighborhood in the heart of New York City: David Kramer’s impact on Roosevelt Island
- Real Estate as an Institutional Asset: Capital Investment and Fund Management with Douglas M. Weill (SHA ’88)
- The Global Perspective with Blackstone’s Justin Wai (SHA ’06)
- Extending Digital Solutions for Affordable Housing and Addressing Digital Adoption Challenges
- Getting to Net Zero: Five Methods of Financing Renewable Energy in U.S. Real Estate