Posts Tagged ‘real estate development’

Real Estate Alumnus Rises to Regional Corporate Leadership Post

George Mason MS in Real Estate Development (MRED) 2014 alumnus Malcolm Van de Riet was recently appointed as the City President for the metropolitan Washington D.C. region for Lennar Multifamily Communities (LMC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Lennar Corporation – one of largest publicly-traded home builders in the United States.  LMC was established by Lennar […]

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Real Estate Students Tackle Best Use for City-Owned Lot

A group of second-year students in George Mason’s MS in Real Estate Development (MRED) program presented an analysis for the highest and best use of a city-owned surface parking lot before the board of the Economic Development Authority of the City of Fairfax last December. The presentation was part of the students’ completion of their […]

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Best Practices for Building Enduring Communities and Careers

Successful real estate developers build thoughtfully designed and strategically executed projects that endure.  More than 150 students and young professionals spent an evening last September 28 with Monty Hoffman, the founder and chief executive officer of PN Hoffman, the developer behind Washington DC’s newest massive community – The Wharf.  Hoffman was the featured speaker for […]

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