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Accommodating Autonomous Vehicles in the Built Environment

(Re-posted from the NAIOP Blog:  http://blog.naiop.org/2018/01/accommodating-autonomous-vehicles-in-the-built-environment/ and written by Kat Grimsley, Director of the Masters in Real Estate Development program) Accommodating Autonomous Vehicles in the Built Environment POSTED ON JANUARY 31, 2018  BY C. KAT GRIMSLEY, PH.D. CANTAB Alternative, autonomous and electric vehicles were hot topics on the agenda at the 97th meeting of the Transportation Research […]

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A Brief Overview of Local Regulations of Accessory Dwelling Units in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Statistical Area

By Katrin B. Anacker, George Mason Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship Faculty Research Fellow 2017/2018 (kanacker@gmu.edu) Over the past decades, many housing advocates have been concerned about affordable housing and housing affordability, both of which have deteriorated for many low-, very low-, and extremely low-income renters as well as for some low-income homeowners in the […]

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CREE-Sponsored Housing Report Shows Stable Apartment Market with Large Development Pipeline

A metropolitan Washington DC multifamily market report as of December 31, 2017 by national brokerage and research firm Newmark Knight Frank and sponsored by the George Mason Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) shows stability in the region’s apartment market, with an increase in demand of 14,158 rental units absorbed for all of 2017 compared […]

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Real Estate Center Collaborates with RICS-Americas on Infrastructure Research

The George Mason Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship (CREE) has entered into a year-long collaboration with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)-Americas on research regarding infrastructure both in the United States and South America. RICS is a well-established global professional body, originally founded in 1792 in England, and has now accredited over 125,000 professionals […]

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