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Mixed-Use and Multi-Story is the Future of Urban Industrial

A symposium on making industrial development work in the city is being co-sponsored by the Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and George Mason University’s Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship on February 8, 2018 at the District Architecture Center at 421 7th Street NW in Washington, DC. The all-day symposium titled “VERTICAL INDUSTRIAL:  Building […]

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Mason Center Part of Advisory Group for Re-use of New Orleans Landmark

Eric Maribojoc, director of the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE), represented CREE as part of an Urban Land Institute (ULI) Advisory Panel engaged by the Louisiana State University (LSU) Foundation to evaluate the redevelopment of the one-million square foot former Charity Hospital building, a historic art-deco building built in 1939 and vacant since being […]

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School of Business Celebrates 40 Years at Annual Business Celebration

George Mason’s School of Business celebrated its 40th anniversary at the 12th Annual Business Celebration on October 12 at the Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner. The event offered alumni, friends and faculty of the School of Business an opportunity to reconnect, with more than 300 people in attendance, the largest turnout to date. At the Celebration, alumni […]

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Transit-Oriented Initiatives Enhance Placemaking

Creative and comprehensive thinking about improving a community’s access to public transit, re-thinking parking, and enhancing the pedestrian experience all lead to effective placemaking efforts that enhance the quality of life of a community and a better environment for local businesses. Will Handsfield, transportation director at the Georgetown Business Improvement District, provided many examples of […]

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