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    4th Annual UW Commercial Real Estate Symposium

    24 Apr, 2017

    4th Annual UW Commercial Real Estate Symposium Friday, April 28th 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Anthony’s Forum – UW Seattle Campus, Dempsey Hall Join the Foster School of Business and the Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies for an insightful morning where our panelists and keynote speaker unpack how the recent past is prologue to […] More

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    2017 ARES Meeting

    The Runstad Center were well represented at the annual meeting of the American Real Estate Society at the beginning of April in San Diego, with Simon Stevenson, Sofia Dermisi and James Young all in attendance. Simon and Sofia presented two papers each. Simon’s two papers were concerned with office cycles in the US and real […] More

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    A land of homeownership

    12 Apr, 2017

    Our series of posts on the Runstad Fellows trip to Australia continues today from the Shannon Loew.   March 15, 2017 [Update to my previous post re: Millers Point social housing evictions. After speaking with planners at the city, I learned that the state of NSW had reinvested much of the proceeds from selling off those […] More

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    CREW Networking Event April 11th

    05 Apr, 2017

    COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE WOMEN NETWORKING PANEL EVENT Whether you’re in planning, construction management, design, engineering, or any discipline, the real estate industry has something for you! How about customer service, project management, research, green building and sustainability…there are endless possibilities for you to explore and apply your interests in real estate!  Please join us, lunch […] More

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    Creative solutions for a non profit in Sydney

    04 Apr, 2017

    Our series of posts continues from Sydney…today Shannon Loew shares his experience volunteering there and the unique real estate vision from the non profit Our Big Kitchen… I volunteered today at a soup kitchen run by an exciting Jewish organization called, Our Big Kitchen (OBK, as they call it), founded by a Rabbi Mordi Slaven. Unlike […] More

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    Livable connections in Sydney

    30 Mar, 2017

    Today Runstad Fellow Rachel Berney talks about how the transportation systems and the public spaces in Sydney … I came to Sydney with no printed map. Thinking to save on space and weight, I had downloaded guidebooks onto the Surface borrowed from UDP for our trip. Despite this, I think that I am and we are […] More

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    Exploring Sydney

    29 Mar, 2017

    Today we continue our series from the Runstad Affiliate Fellows who traveled to Australia in March to study the development growth patterns of Sydney and Melbourne. Read more about their research topic here. Monday March 13, 2017 Today was a day of contrasts in Sydney.  I took the bike on the passenger ferry for a scenic commute […] More

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    The Runstad Center Affiliate Fellows land in Sydney

    20 Mar, 2017

    Our Runstad Center Affiliate Fellows have landed in Sydney, Australia! The following is the first of a series of posts from the Fellows. Shannon Loew shares his first impressions after arriving down under a few days ago… Hello from Sydney, Australia. We are grateful to the Runstad Center for their support of our research on equity […] More

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    New Frontiers in Construction Conference 2017

    02 Mar, 2017

    Offered by the Department of Construction Management and the Center for Education and Research in Contruction… New Frontiers in Construction Conference March 15-19 Center for Education and Research in Construction Management 7543 63rd Avenue NE Building 5, Bay B Seattle, WA 98115 Since 2011, The University of Washington’s Center for Education and Research in Construction (CERC) housed […] More

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    Lead with your heart

    14 Feb, 2017

    Runstad Center faculty member Deborah Scaramastra talks about the importance of using your heart when making job choices, read her Linkedin post. More