Tag Archives: Bob Wulff

How Will the Millennials Affect Real Estate Development?

November 24, 2014

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Any one you know? Rents in the city–prefers a “walkable” neighborhood; single, no children but spends freely on a beloved pet; may not own a car; sleeps with cell phone. From delayed home buying to perpetual telecom connectedness, the preferences of the Millennial Generation have been well documented. But what affect will this generation’s habits […]

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Vertical Mixed Use Best Practices: Developing Residential Over a Grocer

August 21, 2014

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Vertical mixed use has become the dominant form of development in urban areas–especially apartments over a grocery store. Three such projects are now under construction in the Washington, D.C. region and at least seven have already been built. But this is a very difficult project type to get right. There are many areas for conflict […]

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Celebrating the Class of 2014

June 26, 2014

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Mason MRED welcomes its newest alumni The Mason Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MRED) program celebrated its newest alumni—the 15 members of the Class of 2014—at a May graduation dinner held in their honor.   Toasted by School of Management Dean Sarah Nutter, MRED faculty and the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship Advisory […]

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Mason MRED Students Tackle Valuable Site in NoMA

May 22, 2014

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As the Spring semester began in January, three master’s students in Mason’s Real Estate Development program–Gunn Prag, Fei Wang and Paul Apostolakis–took on the challenge of determining the highest and best use development scenario for a 2. 5 acre site located in Washington, DC, immediately adjacent to the Amtrak tracks on the east side and […]

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