Cornell SC Johnson College undergraduates visited an active construction site and learned how affordable housing developments are financed.
Paul Rubacha Department of Real Estate chair Stuart Rosenthal outlines links between economics, real estate markets, and the health of communities.
Browne graduated from the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. Now he aims to bring his expertise back to a region close to his heart.
Cornell AAP professor Suzanne Lanyi Charles speaks from firsthand experience about converting office space to housing.
Cornell real estate professors discuss how low office building occupancy impacts investors and developers and whether it’s a temporary phenomenon.
Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate graduate students and faculty looked at shifting trends in urban development and the real estate industry.
Tyler Bonaparte ’25 and Reika Nakagawa ’25 write about their career trek to Chicago, where they met with real estate industry professionals.
Cornell’s Nolan School will host its annual Professional Development Program for hospitality executives in June on the Cornell University Ithaca campus.