Posts Tagged ‘sustainable development’

Real Estate Degree Specializations Explained

George Mason’s Masters in Real Estate Development program offers three areas of emphasis: real estate development, real estate finance, and sustainable real estate development. These three self-defined tracks allow you to select courses to fit your interests and meet your specific career goals. By choosing to take more than one of your six elective courses (18 […]

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Sustainable Real Estate Development Projects

In the Washington, D.C. metro area, there seems to be no shortage of sustainable real estate development projects in the works. Sustainable real estate projects will continue to grow as businesses and communities look towards economic development that does not deplete natural resources. Groups such as NAIOP and Urban Land Institute (ULI) focus on sustainable […]

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Mason Real Estate Alum in on Ground Floor of USA’s Tallest All-Timber Office Building

Breaking the 100-year dominance of concrete and steel, construction will start next month on the nation’s tallest modern all-timber structure–a seven-story office building in downtown Minneapolis. If you’d like an update on the progress, ask Mason MS in Real Estate Development alum, Will Tees (Class of 2013). As an associate at PNC Realty Investors, Inc., […]

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